There is another location at 401 Market Plaza in Greenwood.
The Jazz Kitchen is a quintessential jazz supper club in the heart of Meridian-Kessler; it’s a must-stop spot for national and local acts, voted one of the city’s best live music venues every year by NUVO readers. Any night with Frank Glover or Rob Dixon on the marquee is a guaranteed winner. Enjoy excellent food and service during the show in the main room or at the bar. The outdoor patio deck is a particularly nice spot to watch the 54th and College world go by. The cuisine has a distinctly New Orleans emphasis with a focus on fresh ingredients; the crab cakes are terrific and the cocktails are sincere.
This African-Caribbean restaurant has been in business for about two years. At first the menu might appear foreign and confusing, offering a lot of potentially unfamiliar dishes. But fear not: flavor and spices abound, and the friendly staff will be more than happy to explain the more exotic dishes, Jiallo’s Jerk Chicken is the stuff of legend. Consisting of a boned bird presented on a mound of red beans and dirty rice with a generous side of fried plantains, this is a fabulous dish.
Jiallo's is a non-smoking, casual dining and family friendly restaurant.
Joyful Noise has officially established a residency in the Murphy Arts Building. Stop in to purchase records (for $1 off the regular price), see a show, visit the brains behind the label, pick up tickets or check out the monthly art exhibit. They'll schedule regular shows on First Friday.
Can the perfect hairstyle solve all
of life’s problems? It can if you’re
a fan of SoBro stylist Josh Agan. In his seven years taming tresses, Agan has developed a loyal following and been described as a local hair genius. His new salon features shabby-chic furnishings and fresh stylists who guarantee you’ll leave with a new outlook on life and a spring in your step. The vibe is fresh, and products include Ambre Blends bath and body and Neuma hair care. Both lines are certified organic and plant-based. Take a break a level above the
street and see how your impressions change.
While some men eschew fashion, others firmly embrace the concept. For the local guy with a desire to become the quintessential sharp- dressed man, J. Benzal on Mass Ave offers high-end suits, ties, outerwear and accessories with an emphasis on fine Italian menswear that is so often missing from other men’s retailers. Exquisite selection, knowledgeable staff and excellent location make this an increasingly popular stop for the most fashionable men in town.
For almost seventy years, J. Clyde's, just around the corner from the Emerson Theater on the city's Eastside, has been a watering hole for all who stop by, neighborhood clientele and punk rock royalty alike. Just ask bartender Clark Giles about some of the after show parties with the like of Morbid Angel, Everclear, The Business, NOFX, Green Day. Cheap beer, a kick-ass jukebox (chock-full of punk and local music), a couple of televisions and occasional live music keep J. Clyde;s hoppin', especially on the weekends.
From the career center's website:
The J. Everett Light Career Center is an area career center that serves 12 school corporations in Marion, Boone,and Hamilton Counties with 24 quality CTE programs:
Our facility consists of approximately 150,000 square feet including classrooms,laboratories, offices, and other instructional resource facilities. It is designed to accommodate over 1,000 students at any one time.
A full service Beauty salon.
An onsite banking center with ATM.
A child care center that cares daily for thirty 3, 4, and 5 year olds.
A Health Occupations laboratory that contain simulated hospital rooms.
Dental laboratories that include a working dental clinic where patients are treated.
Computer laboratories ans a data center.
Administrative Support laboratories that closely resemble a working office environment.
WJEL-The most powerful high school radio station in Indianapolis.
Television studios, that produce shows that have been aired on local cable stations.
A print shop that provides printing services for our entire township.
Automotive maintainence & detailing, Auto collision repair snd welding shops where students obtain valuable “hands-on” experience.
We also have our own fire truck.
J. Ford's Black Angus is a local quality-driven chef-owned restaurant. We have a non-compromising approach to food and will never sacrifice in favor of profits. Creating an amazing experience for each guest that comes in our door is the goal of every employee in the building. We are constantly trying to improve what we do every day by bringing something unique or trendy to our customers, making us unlike any other restaurant in Terre Haute, Indiana.
This is a top-notch free lecture series that features prominent natural scientists and mathematicians speaking on a wide array of compelling and informative topics that should entertain both those with a background in science or mathematics and novices alike. Some past lecturers have included ecologists, theoretical physicists, economists and other intriguing luminaries. Head to the Butler University campus (most often to the Reilly Room in Atherton Union) for an enlightening selection of the best and brightest. Q&A sessions after the lectures offer the opportunity to go deeper and learn more.
Occupying a highly desirable location facing Meridian Street at 126th Street, J. Razzo’s is about as visible as a restaurant can get in Carmel. Service is professional and calmly efficient; the atmosphere is cool and relaxing; there's no Sinatra on the soundtrack. So why hasn't J. Razzo's become a Carmel destination? Quite simply, the food, which ranges from from somewhat better than good to less than mediocre. The cioppino, an Italian fish stew, is properly cooked and nicely spiced, but the veal parmigiano was slathered with a pasty, processed-tasting tomato sauce, and the gnocchi was cooked to a porridge-like consistency.
Jacksson Contemporary Art shows the works of National and Internationally collected mid and late career 2 and 3 dimensional artists. The director/curator is artist David Kadlec, formerly of of EyeBlink Gallery in Indianapolis.
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