Micheal Hopson. You know that name? Probably not. But you do know that character. He's been the Colts’ SuperFan, always dressed in flamboyant blue garb with brilliant makeup and flowing blue locks as he loudly and proudly proclaims his love for the team at home games. Micheal has just retired from the Kroger grocery store where he's worked for over 30 years, as well as the noteworthy figure who made him famous. Let's send Micheal off in grand style . . . GO COLTS!!!
You have a lot of friends and family coming over, you say? You want to impress your guests, you say? But unsure of the proper way to display a holiday table, you say? Say no more! Our Weekend Gardener, Shannon Cagle, is ready to help you organize that special display designed to get you splendid compliments. That's her gift to you!
It's the time of the season to joyously welcome expanding our beliefs. Small churches are facing issues with declining membership or aging populations. How can they invigorate their membership? Joy Hernandez profiles how one church chose to team up with a small Spanish language church to create Indianapolis’s first bilingual United Methodist Church. And it's working!
She loved to fly. But as with all things in life, time and age grounded this free bird. American Senior Communities made it possible for one woman, who loved her time aloft, to fly her favorite skies once again. Up, up and away . . . with smiles and gratitude.
The name Eskenazi denotes faith, hope and generosity. Meet the daughter of Lois and Sidney Eskenazi, founders of Eskenazi Health. This lady seems to have inherited her parents’ loving and giving nature as she also recently made a generous donation the facility that bears her family name. Patty has a remarkable one-on-one with Sandy Eskenazi.