From the news: 11/1/06

November 1, 2006 at 10:36 pm 1 comment

You have to give the Governor some credit – he at least gets into the spirit of things.  Check out the picture of Gov. Daniels in his pirate garb.  It is more than I did.  I’m afraid Halloween isn’t my favorite holiday (yeh, it’s a cheap pun, but when else can I use it?).

Does anyone else think it is ironic or humorous when a politician gets hassled.  US Congresswoman Lorreta Sanchez was stopped at the airport because her named matched with a person on the TSAs no-fly list. 

This news, from another Indianapolis blogger, kinda bums me out.  My wife and I have enjoyed a few movies at the Hollywood Bar and Film Works, and now it is going to close.  What a loss.  Obviously, there are plenty of people in Indianapolis that didn’t see the value in this venue, as we did.  It really is a shame.  Here’s the article in the local paper, and Arthur, another Indy blogger, voices his frustration at this news. 

Update:  Best post yet on the closing of the Hollywood bar and film works – better than the blurb the Indy Star had.


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  • 1. Arthur  |  November 2, 2006 at 12:42 pm

    Yeah, I was ticked about this. A good reminder for all of us to make sure we’re supporting those events and venues we enjoy. I always assume they’ll just take care of themselves.


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