Above All Aerial Photography
Above All Aerial Photography, Ltd. has expanded its services to include video. See how high-definition aerial video can give your business an edge over the competition.
Artist Rosanna Hall
Rosanna Hall exhibits oil paintings and water colors from many locales around the world at her gallery, Villa dell’Artista, in historic Woodruff Place on the east side of downtown Indianapolis and in many shows in Indianapolis and elsewhere. Her website contains galleries of her work from Italy, Hawaii, New Mexico, India, Indianapolis, and elsewhere.
Author Georgia Gianakos Buchanan
Georgia Buchanan’s memoir, 428-1/2: My Journey Beyond the Railroad Tracks, includes vivid descriptions of her childhood spent with her Greek immigrant parents in a walk-up at 428-1/2 W. Washington St. in “The District" section of Indianapolis. It covers her years during the “golden age” of television and the movies as a journalist in Indianapolis; her career with Mutual Broadcasting in Washington, DC; raising $1 million for Indianapolis-area nonprofits; and the joys and challenges of raising a special-needs son. To obtain a copy of this book, which is filled with rich details of her first 85 years, email Georgia. (274 pp., illus., paper, $16.95)
Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SSVdP)
This all-volunteer organization provides food, clothing, household goods, and medical and legal services to a growing number of our neediest citizens. SSVdP operates a food pantry on E. 30th St. and a distribution center (clothing and household goods) on Maryland Ave. east of downtown, as well as Beggars for the Poor, a program to help the homeless. Volunteers are always needed. Cash donations and household items, including appliances, are appreciated. SSVdP also operates a vehicle donation program. To learn more about this critically important organization and how to volunteer, visit the SSVdP website.
Switzerland County Economic Development Corporation
Our firm produces newsletters and annual reports for SCEDC to further its goal of attracting new business to this lovely, small county on the Ohio River in southeastern Indiana. An aggressive development program is bringing results, with a growing business park and increased educational opportunities for youth and adults. www.switzerlandusa.com
Film Historian Eric Grayson
Eric Grayson is a film historian, collector, lecturer, and preservationist. Among many other preservation/conservation tasks he has performed to restore and save old films, he has restored two-color Technicolor to a 1925 Buster Keaton film. He consults with the Library of Congress and many other institutions and lectures and screens films from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries at venues around the country. He offers regular programs at the Garfield Park Arts Center and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. He has an extensive personal collection of old films, many one of a kind. For more about his fascination with film, see his Dr. Film blog.
Hollis Adams Foundation
The Hollis Adams Foundation provides a nurturing environment for special-needs individuals. Working with a modest budget, Hollis Adams is able to offer support, recreational activities, and social skills to those unable to live on their own. For more information on how to help, visit www.hollisadams.org.
Indiana Network of Higher Education Ministries (INHEM)
INHEM works with campuses across the state – campus ministers, students, religious organizations serving students, and other faith-based organizations – to offer support, including resources, meetings on various topics of mutual interest, and internships. For more information, visit the INHEM website.
C.H. Doublas & Gray, LLC
C.H. Douglas & Gray LLC has been offering investment advice for more than a decade. Now located in renovated offices near 71st and College, the firm has been touted as among the very best financial planners in central Indiana. www.chdouglas.com.
John Sherman's Poetic Photographs
More than 30 large-format “poetic photographic renditions,” posters feature the poetry and photography of John Sherman. The photos and poems recall Sherman’s childhood on an Indiana farm, years of working overseas, as well as travel to many foreign countries. Photos were taken in Canada, Nigeria, Zaire, Italy, England, Puerto Rico, Afghanistan, France, Costa Rica, and in many U.S. locations, including Sherman’s family farm in Jay County, Santa Fe, Los Alamos, New Harmony, Indianapolis, and Washington, DC. Most posters are for sale.