Category: People in the News

Hoosier Salon Gallery committee members Bill and Melanie Wissel, executive director Jim May and gallery manager Rick Anderson pause for Where’s Amy? May said he may be new to the area, but loves his Current in Carmel weekly newspaper.  0

Where’s Amy?: Hoosier Salon Gallery

Where’s Amy? on a beautiful sunny Saturday night in Carmel? I was enjoying the very well attended Hoosier Salon Gallery Exhibit Opening hosted by Marianne Glick. Art collectors, artists, friends and family dropped by the Hoosier...

Bob Hughes (Left) and Thuc Phan (Right) pose for a photo with Wendy Phillips after congratulating her. (photo by Maddie Stevens) 0

Snapshot: Retirement party

Last week, a retirement party was held for Wendy Phillips. To read more about Phillips and 35 years serving at the Carmel Public Library, visit http://currentincarmel.com/carmel-library-director-to-step-down-in-june

Heartland Films artistic director Tim Irwin conducts a Q & A with the documentary film “An Honest Liar” co-directors/producers Tyler Measom and Justin Weinstein, James Randi and Deyvi Pena. 0

Where’s Amy?: Heartland

Where’s Amy? I took an adventure from Geist to Fountain Square to attend the Opening Night “Summer Rewind” Mini Heartland Film Festival. The Wheeler Arts Community Theater was jammed packed with fans of the...

The four lead actors line up on the red carpet with Luke for a special VIP Q & A. The talented cast and crew were from cities across Indiana including Zionsville, Westfield, Noblesville, Fishers and Carmel. Pictured: Ransom Pugh, Brad Meyer, Luke Broyles, Tony Bartele and Jared Winslow.  0

Where’s Amy?: Broyles film launch

Sixteen-year-old Carmel filmmaker Luke Broyles came back to Indiana to screen his feature length film “The Battles That Changed Us” at the beautiful Howard L. Schrott Center for the Arts. Broyles just completed his...

The Palladium Halls were full of anticipation and excitement to have Chris Botti sign Cd’s after his concert. Sara Evans,Chuck Evans, Sonya Evans,Donna McConnell, C. McConnell and Rob Evans all of Westfield wait in line - ready to roll. (Photos by Amy Pauszek) 0

Where’s Amy?: Chris Botti concert

Since the release of his 2004 critically acclaimed CD “When I Fall In Love” , Chris Botti has become the largest- selling American Instrumental artist. His success has crossed over to audiences usually reserved...