Category Archives for "Richmond"

Dec 01

Local Music: Diamond Rio

By Jack Humphrey | Night Life

Now, I’m not much of a fan for country music, but some groups I love.. Diamond Rio is one of those. I just got done seeing them in concert.. This is them doing ‘One More Day’ and sorry for the quality.. this was recorded with my digital camera. If I happen to be able to […]

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Dec 01

100 Mile Radius Potluck

By Jack Humphrey | Richmond

So is it possible to cook a meal using only ingredients grown within 100 miles of Richmond, Indiana? On a beautiful summer day in July 2008, some residents of Richmond, Indiana assembled to see how well they could meet a challenge: could they produce a meal for each other where all of the ingredients came […]

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Nov 20

Clear Creek Food Coop Re-Opening

By Jack Humphrey | Richmond

Start: Dec 5 2009 – 10:00am The Clear Creek Food Coop will have our first day of regular hours on Saturday, December 5th, from 10 AM to 6 PM ! We may not have a full inventory yet, but we will be hosting a Holiday Bazaar where you can buy crafts and gift items from local artists, come see the new store, and talk with us about the future of the Coop. (And we’re conveniently located just a block from Morrisson-Reeves Library, so make sure you stop by the Alternative Gift Fair happening there that same day from 1 PM to 4 PM.) WHERE: 710 East Main Street, Richmond (across from Veach’s) WHEN: Saturday December 5th, 10 AM – 6 PM

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Nov 13

All-America City Art Show

By Jack Humphrey | Richmond

The City of Richmond will be hosting an All-America City Art Show on November 20, 2009. The art work was created throught the eyes of a child by our area youth. Also being presented as part of the show is the official All-America City poster created by Fonda Wilds. For more information please click here (http://richmondindiana.gov/index2.php?option=com_docman task=doc_view gid=1539 Itemid=93).

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Nov 04

Homelessness, Hunger, Fair Housing Rally

By Jack Humphrey | Richmond

Homelessness, Hunger, and Fair Housing Rally November 18, 2009 1:00 PM City Building (5th Street Entrance) DID YOU KNOW THAT 3.5 MILLION AMERICANS, INCLUDING 1.5 MILLION CHILDREN, EXPERIENCE HOMELESSNESS EVERY YEAR? DID YOU KNOW THAT IN 2008 59% OF REQUESTS FOR FOOD ASSISTANCE CAME FROM FAMILIES, MANY FOR THE FIRST TIME? DID YOU KNOW THAT 40% OF THOSE EVICTED AS A RESULT OF FORECLOSURE IN THE US ARE RENTERS? The Richmond Human Rights Commission, in cooperation with the Earlham Volunteer Exchange, and the Bonner Center for Service and Vocation, will be holding a rally to raise awareness of the issues of homelessness, hunger, and fair housing, in support of Homelessness and Hunger Awareness Week at Earlham College. Earlham students will be participating in a symbolic march from the campus to the city building, starting at 12:30, and the rally at the city building will begin at 1:00pm. All concerned residents of Richmond are encouraged to attend. Come Join Us! PLEASE BRING A NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEM TO DONATE. ALL FOOD DONATIONS AT THE RALLY WILL BE GIVEN TO THE EARLHAM COLLEGE FOOD DRIVE. PLEASE HELP US TO FEED THE HUNGRY, ESPECIALLY AS WE APPROACH THE HOLIDAY SEASON! Fair Housing is NOT an Option…It IS the Law!

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Oct 30

Richmond, Indiana Then and Now

By Jack Humphrey | Richmond

Great video showing Richmond, Indiana of old and new. It is amazing to see the changes in the buildings over the years.  Old photos of Richmond are fun to see just how much, and sometimes how little, has changed through wars, Presidents, economic growth and decline, and what we call progress.  (even though in hindsight […]

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