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Fox59SWAT was called to a home on the near northwest side of Indianapolis near 37th and Graceland Avenue. The initial call, according to police, came in around around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday. Metro police say they were responding to a call of domestic violence...
Tags: Abusive Behavior
When the fledgling artists of the Peninsula Glass Guild staged their first juried show 23 years ago, it was hard to feel encouraged about their future. It took a few years — plus the seminal interest of pioneering studio glass artist Kent Ipsen...
Watching "The Lion King," even on a second viewing, the operative response upon experiencing the opening number featuring a plethora of wild animals — including an elephant and two giraffes of approximate actual size — boils down to a single...
Tags: Tim Rice, Vincent Price, Culture, Elton John, Lion (animal)
Culture MonsterCostumes from the Tony-winning Broadway production of "The Lion King" now have a permanent home in one of country's largest museums. The Smithsonian National Museum of American History has acquired objects from the musical's costume wardrobe designed by...
When the Bay Days Juried Art Exhibition revamped its name and focus in 2007, the tired, 25-year-old show not only picked itself up but also pulled off an unexpected resurgence. Reborn as "Virginia Artists," the end-of-summer tradition at Hampton's...
Tags: Arts, Government, Justice System, Sculpture, Public Employees
247-4636Following a news conference Tuesday in which he detailed his charity and celebrity events on the Peninsula this week, 10-time NBA all-star Allen Iverson spent a few moments with the Daily Press talking about his basketball future. Iverson, 34, is a...
Daily PressApparently, retirement is the answer for Allen Iverson. For now anyway. Iverson -- who starred on the Peninsula at Bethel High and with Boo Williams' AAU program and will one day be enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame -- announced his plans to...
If Criss Angel were blindfolded, straitjacketed, run over by a steamroller, locked in a steel box and dumped from a helicopter into the Pacific Ocean, he still might be easier to salvage from disaster than "Criss Angel: Believe," the gloomy, gothic muddle...
Tags: Defense, Circuses, Death, Firearms, Grace Slick
Good to be back in the saddle for this feature after my friend and mentor Sam Smith occupied this seat for the past few seasons. I started doing this for fledgling Trib site back in 1996 for Bulls playoffs and here we are in 2008. And how cool is this for...
Pistons guard and former Bethel High star Allen Iverson might not miss the whole two weeks doctors have suggested he use to recover from a sore back. Iverson returned to the team and attended practice Thursday after visiting doctors at Georgetown...
Tags: Drew Gooden, Johnny Kerr, Boston Celtics, Death, Justice System
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