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It is often the case that individuals who excel as lower-level employees in one business will leave that business and start their own enterprise (unless, of course, there exists a non-compete agreement). Such is the case of George W. […]
… a Bigger and Better Drum! Tucked away among the over-tight streets of the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood near Fountain Square, the SENSE Charter school lovingly serves children in grades Kindergarten through seventh. The school inhabits an interesting building. Rough, inconveniently-placed concrete pillars and incongruous, echo-y […]
The corner store at 1601 S. East Street had a long life as the Pantzer Drugstore in what is now the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood on the southeast side of Indianapolis. John George Pantzer, Jr. (1869-1934) was born in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, but […]
Too busy to hand write a hello? Anxious to avoid writer’s cramp? The Busy Tourist’s Correspondence Card series (printed by postcard publishers around the country) turned messages into quick, often humorous checklists. Postmarked: Indianapolis IND. AUG 22, 1947 10:30 PM […]
There is a building on Indianapolis’ near southwest side that is easily forgettable as one drives into downtown on Kentucky Ave. Yet, the story behind this century old factory has roots in America’s bicycle, motorsports and aeronautical industries, plus, […]
Lockefield Gardens Location: Downtown Locke Street: Erie Locke, Indianapolis City Councilman Before becoming market rate apartments, Lockefield Gardens (designed by William Earl Russ) was one of the first public housing projects in the nation, with construction beginning in 1935. The project takes its name from “Locke Street” […]
In the early 1960′s an up and coming star named Aretha Franklin asked for some R-E-S-P-E-C-T from Indianapolis audiences when she performed at the Pink Poodle, a popular night spot at the time. Other notable performers to visit the Pink […]
“Don’t blink or you’ll miss it!” could be the slogan for Alice Carter Place in Midtown Indianapolis. Though small in size, this green space is a picturesque gateway to the North Meridian Street Historic District. Established in 1922, Alice Carter […]
Who was the True Founder of Indianapolis? Shrouded in Controversy… And a Mysterious Death… In almost 200 years, the city of Indianapolis has grown from a single square-mile plat envisioned by noted architect and surveyor, Alexander Ralston, to the 12th-largest city in the United States, encompassing […]
We play lots of new music throughout the day on WTTS New Music Monday, and at 7 p.m., we play an hour of ONLY new releases. This week… New music from NeedToBreathe off their April 15th release, Rivers In The Wasteland. The latest from Coldplay, Ray LaMontagne, and The John Butler Trio. More tracks off new releases […]
Philadelphia’s Dr. Dog released their 7th full length album, B-Room, this past October on Anti- Records. The album, like many of their others, is heavily influenced by their Philly roots. When asked about the city’s role in their music, bassist-vocalist Toby Leaman pointed out that many of the famous acts coming out of Philly were collaborations, from Eddie […]
News The Black Keys sell t-shirts for little league (SPIN) Keith Richards to write a children’s book (Billboard) Coldplay unveil brand new material at SXSW show (NME) Neil Young’s PonoMusic player surpasses Kickstarter goal (UCR) Neil Young’s agenda includes Jack White project (Billboard) Spoon tease new album with song snippet (Pitchfork) The Stooges are releasing […]
Two more ‘TTS shows have been announced! #1 Lyle Lovett, May 14 at the Old National Centre. Tickets go on sale this Friday (3/14) at 10am. #2 WTTS Presents Ray Lamontagne, June 13 at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn. Tickets go on sale this Friday (3/14) at noon. 92-3 VIP’s can buy tickets first in […]
Before starting a world tour at the end of March, Sun King Studio 92 Powered by Klipsch Audio is excited to invite Jake Bugg to perform on Wednesday, March 19th. This is a performance WTTS listeners have to win to attend. Sign up now in the VIP Room by Clicking Here. Not a VIP Member, […]
Tuesday is an awesome day for several great reasons. 1. It’s not Monday. 2. It’s New Release Day. Every Tuesday new CD’s and DVD’s became available for purchase. Here are just a few that are being released on Tuesday, March 11th. Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers featuring Edie Brickell Live CD/DVD […]
Austin, Texas newcomers Saints Of Valory are coming to Indianapolis on Thursday, March 20th for a FREE WTTS show at Tin Roof downtown. They’ll be performing in support of their Possibilities EP now available on iTunes. Doors open at 6:30 and music starts at 8. Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Saints Of Valory On Tap At Tin Roof, on the […]
Join Brad Holtz this Sunday from 7 to 11 a.m. and p.m. for WTTS OverEasy, featuring a variety of laid back acoustic tracks and exclusives from Sun King Studio 92. This week you’ll hear… More new music from Looking Into You: A Tribute To Jackson Browne, featuring covers from Lucinda Williams and Sean & Sara Watkins. […]
Since debuting in 2010, The Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama has become a staple of the summer concert season. This year’s festival happens May 16th – 18th and features The Black Keys, The Killers, Jack Johnson, Outkast, and The Avett Brothers Other confirmed artists include Fitz And The Tantrums, Modest Mouse, Dawes, Gary Clark […]