Farewell to a golden era

Farewell to a golden era

There are 246 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Jun 20, 2007, titled Farewell to a golden era. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

From the cold, detached perspective of a real estate investor, it's not much: a nondescript, boarded-up, single-story building on 19 acres on the Southside.

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Minding my OWN bus

Indianapolis, IN

#246 Jul 12, 2013
A Friend wrote:
Am I mistaken, or wasn't Harlow Hickenlooper on channel 4, too...on Saturday mornings with the Three Sttoges Show?
Harlow Hickenlooper and Curly Myers were actually on channel Six I think maybe ch 4 later... there was a guy on sat morning called Hoosier Hank I bet no one remembers that, Harlow sang Happy Happy Birthday happy birthday day Happy BUR HUR HURTH Day with his little striped suit on

Indianapolis, IN

#247 Sep 1, 2013
Rob Hood wrote:
I fondly remember my first boner watching Popeye and Janie...
ha! i used to get boners watching her too! she had nice legs and as a kid i remember watching the show and there were plenty of times she'd be wearing a short skirt. when she'd talk to one of her puppets she'd sit on a stool with her legs crossed and her skirt would ride up and she'd show a lot of thigh! now wonder i'm a leg man now!
Tammy Jo Jolly-maiden

Greenwood, IN

#248 Nov 2, 2013
school82 student wrote:
I went to school 82 janie(Mrs Hodges) was my music teacher and what a great teacher she was you would come into class and she would be playing the piano always a fun time in her classroom
. I went to school 82 also (moved in second grade) Mr. Hodges (Janie) was my music teacher also, my mom was so excited about it. Lol
Russ Williams

Lorain, OH

#249 Jan 30, 2014
Just for a little information ... I was a weekly regular on Mary Jane Popp's program. I was the humane officer who always brought an animal from the shelter to talk about.

....And of course there was the mid-morning Studio Four, which originated from Bloomington (a requirement for its dual-city license) in black and white, because Bloomington had no color equipment. This was a host-and-guest talk show unique in its day, but the format is ubiquitous nowadays. The host was Mary Jane Popp, who is today a leading figure in the media administration world.....

Greenwood, IN

#250 Thursday Jan 12
Jim wrote:
<quoted text> I am lots older than most on here I recall Chuck Wagon Theatre
Peggy Rhoads
ima hoosier

Fortville, IN

#251 Friday Jan 13
does anyone remember the name of cowboy bobs dog? remember the commercials on the local stations? seat cover charlie and that paint place 19.95 for a paint job on the car. my very favorite was the chesty boy. my brother wanted a striped tshirt like the one that the chesty kid wore. I believe that it was blue and yellow. bob knight was so young when he was on channel 4 news. memories and time....

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