Local Indianapolis sports news from March 11, 2018, straight from the source.
Be sure to catch the following Butler, Notre Dame, Purdue & Indiana Men’s Basketball games on TV this coming week.
Paul Anka will celebrate 60 years of hits “his way” with a performance on Thursday, March 30, at 7:30 PM.
Butler University’s spring 2017 Vivian S. Delbrook Visiting Writers Series begins with Marlon James on January 23.
Church Brothers Collision Repair, a Butler University Athletics’ sponsor, is partnering with the Butler men’s basketball team for its 3rd annual “Stock the Pantry” pet collection initiative Saturday, March 8 during the Butler vs. Seton Hall game at Hinkle Fieldhouse, which tips off at 4:30 p.m. Attendees are asked to bring donations of bagged or canned dog or […]
On Monday, May 7, the performing arts community will come together to stage one night of music, dance, theater and singing performances. Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University will host Spotlight 2012: Seeing Red, which begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 and $115 and will be available at the Clowes Hall box office, by […]
Mel McMahon interview Butler Blue II & Michael at the 2011 Metromix Indianapolis Top Tweeps Tweetup.
On this episode of Naptown Buzz, your source for all things Indy, we talk about: Purdue beats Michigan State Butler goes 1-1 this weekend IU loses to Iowa Indiana Pacers lose two games Indianapolis Colts in talks with Peyton Manning Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers & Pittsburgh Steelers Chocolate Tweetup PSA: Pedestrians Have The Right of Way
On the second episode of Naptown Buzz, your source for all things Indy, we talk about: Weekend snowfall recap Indianapolis Colts Playoff Hopes Indiana Pacers Butler, Purdue & IU college basketball Indianapolis Drive & the ABA Naptown Roller Girls weekend results In Studio Guest: Brad Phifer from Bark Tutor School for Dogs (@barktutor) talks about pets and the […]
On the first episode of Naptown Buzz, your source for all things Indy, we talk about: The first real snow of the 2010-11 Winter Season (shoutout to Paul Poteet & Nicole Misencik) Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard to run for re-election in 2011 Indianapolis Colts vs. Dallas Cowboys & Jim Irsay‘s $2,000 plus tickets Twitter scavenger hunt. […]