Author: Mark Johnson

BlueSky lives up to its name

What makes a successful business? That question has been the subject of countless essays, books, lectures and infomercials. However, residents of Noblesville may need to look no further than 15570 Stony Creek Way to...

Filmmaker wants to tell good stories

Kate Chaplin is the real deal. During an interview, the topics run the gamut of what Chaplin refers to as geek culture: movies, sci-fi, cult TV shows, comic books. . .oh yeah, and filmmaking!...

Celebrating 20 years of the Bard

When the Noblesville Cultural Arts Commission opens its production of “Romeo and Juliet” on July 26, it will be making Noblesville history. This summer’s production will mark the 20th anniversary of the commission’s “Shakespeare...

Summer movies at family prices

As the summer months (and temperatures) reach a fever pitch, what are parents to do when the weather is too hot or the rain just won’t stop? Well, one choice might be to check...

Food + art = winning combination

Food and art. An unusual duo? Perhaps, few people would consider those two items a noteworthy combination. Yet, for the Hamilton County Arts Association, food and art are adding up to a winning combination....

hg Studios: New location, new attitude

Co-owners Holly Gremel and Tony Murdock brought a fresh and exciting new dimension to downtown Noblesville recently when they moved hg Studios to 930 Logan St. from 1802 Conner St. last year. “Basically, we...

A reason to celebrate

This Christmas, Lisa Lin has a lot to rejoice about: her daughter, restaurant and health  Lisa Lin has many reasons to keep that infectious smile on her face this holiday season. The most important...

Shining a light on the artistic community

The Hamilton County Arts Association and Birdie Gallery at 195 S. Fifth St., Noblesville, is an impressive sight. Boasting a history that dates back to 1875, the house that was once known as the...

Serving up pizza, Cook’s Style

Scott Cook knows pizza. After all, the new pizzeria at 14300 Mundy Dr., Noblesville proudly bears his family’s name. That pride is evident in the commitment to community, the commitment to quality, and above...