- Sheridan Bluegrass Fever set for July 11-12 On Friday, July 11, and Saturday, July 12, the community of Sheridan will become the bluegrass capital of central Indiana when they present "Bluegrass Fever," a grand show on the hillside lawn terrace of Veterans Park.
Thousands flock to Chesterfield parade
This year Chesterfield’s annual Fourth of July parade was not only bigger, it was better. Roller derby teams, marching bands, ghouls, goblins and nine different emergency departments from surrounding communities delighted spectators packed along the parade route. At the end of the route, free snow cones, freshly grilled hamburgers and hot dogs drew giggling children and throngs of grown-ups.
- Nightlife: July 4 A schedule of live entertainment at local venues as published in the Friday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Teaching positivity through cartoons Deon Parsons has a message to communicate: Be positive. And the 2013 graduate of Anderson High School and cartoonist plans to do that with his art.
Indy art museum gets monumental Lichtenstein work
The Indianapolis Museum of Art says it will unveil for the first time ever in August a monumental sculpture by pop artist Roy LichtensteinIt announced Monday the piece called Five Brushstrokes will be installed on the mall.
- Firework safety urged during the Fourth of July They pop, thunder and fill a black sky with color and light, but fireworks can also create serious safety risks if not handled with care. Kathi Wasilewski, director of the Emergency Center at St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital, offers tips to ensure a safe celebration for all.
- Shadyside Celebration takes new form as all-day event The weather provided an obstacle for a second straight year, but the vision Stephon Blackwell had for the Shadyside Celebration came together on Sunday.
- Details for Independence Day parade falling into place The Anderson Independence Day parade will include about 60 entries, according to a city official.
- Creating 'The Death Chair' in Alexandria Sitting in a pile of dirt, dust and tree branches, the lone chair in a corner of the old Aladdin building in Alexandria sparked something in Chris Chambers. Inspiration for a short film came when he was looking at that photo of that old chair, which is now being used as promotional art for the film, which he hopes to turn into a series.
- Weekend Calendar: June 27 Entertainment scheduled at area venues for June 27-29.
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