Since 1988, this group has championed obscure films — the ones that gather dust on the back shelves of old mom-and-pop video stores. Every year, it focuses its film series on the forgotten films of a specific genre or era. This fall’s film series, its theme currently undecided, will feature one film each month (first Tuesday 7 - 9 p.m.). The spring series will include two films each month. Admission is free! The films will screen at a brand new venue, the Indianapolis Senior Center.
Full-service barber, shave shop and men's stylist.
If you've got visitors in from the West Coast, and they're whining about how much they long for In-N-Out Burger, take 'em here. There's more on the menu at this place, but it's still a solid competitor to the Holy Grail of quick-service beef patties. You can "stylize" your burger with a range of combo toppings, from Thai to Texas. They offer dogs and chicken tenders as well, along with shakes and salads.
This colorful little strip-mall joint was purchased by a couple of regulars. Mostly a breakfast/lunch spot, they've expanded their hours for dinner three nights a week. Word is they've got 40 omelets. MMM. OMELETS.
They've got pizza and "Hermanaki Wings" — thanks, Herman? — and they tell us: "Before the endless number of TVs, projections screens, patio, bands and tripling in size the Ale was know for its pizza, great beer selection, wings and great bar food. Today that tradition carries on. If you have never visited us you are invited to stop in and try our award winning menu."
According to their site, "All People Yoga Center (APYC) is a 2,500 square foot facility with two yoga practice rooms as well as restrooms complete with changing areas & showers.
We also have an area with yoga related books & merchandise available for purchase.
We offer over 30 different yoga classes, with class times throughout the entire week. Private sessions and workshops are also available.
The concept for Artisano’s Oils and Spices came
from Owner David Burcham’s travel abroad.
David found Fantastic olive oils and succulent
spices during his adventures but found it nearly
impossible to buy most of these treasures locally
upon his return home.
It was then that David decided that traveling
around the world shouldn’t be the only way to
To take an international culinary journey and thus, his desire to bring those
ingredients to Indianapolis was born.
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