October 31st, 2013

Layers – new work by Aaron Thornburg

by Emily Vanest

Catalpa trees, tall, with stunning heart-shaped leaves, shed allergy-inducing cotton wisps all over the King Park neighborhood in the spring and form long, vanilla bean-like pods in the fall.  Catalpas are considered a “pioneer species,” a hardy species of tree which is “the first to colonize previously disrupted or damaged ecosystems, beginning a chain of […]

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October 26th, 2013

A Lifetime of Loving the City

by Emily Vanest

Mary, with Foundry Provisions owner Josh Nottingham Come into our neighborhood coffee shop, Foundry Provisions, any morning, and you might get your coffee and sandwich courtesy of  Mary Howard.  At nearly 78 years old, Mary is the most senior barista at the Foundry, and a warm, gracious, hospitable, welcoming presence there as well.  When Mary […]

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October 14th, 2013

Food, Culture and Community – Flat 12 Bierwerks

by Bryan Enas

Five years ago, Indianapolis had little association with microbreweries. In recent years however, this has changed dramatically with the emergence of local craft beer producers like Sun King, Triton, and Fountain Square Brewing Co. In addition to these, one microbrewery has quickly made its mark within the local scene: Flat 12 Bierwerks. At one point in history, the flathead […]

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October 4th, 2013

Indy City by Bike – new work by Josh Rush

by cgindy

This summer Josh has been painting outside and around Indianapolis mainly by bike. He has been a year-around bike commuter for many years and has enjoyed getting to know the city’s pathways, sights, and pedestrians from the saddle. What remains most important to Josh, as an artist, is being true to his creative process where ever […]

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