Picture perfect

Picture perfect

There are 19 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Jun 11, 2007, titled Picture perfect. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Barb and Denny Fulkerson and their schnauzer Fritz waded through crowded blocks of art lovers at the Talbot Street Art Fair on Sunday, searching for the one form of fine art they craved: a carved spoon.

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Aww

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Jun 11, 2007
What a cutsey opening about the people and their schnauzer. I know this isn't 'Let It Out', but when are people going to stop bringing their pets to functions such as the Talbot Street Art Fair? It's bad enough that so many people can't figure out the simplistic traffic pattern, causing snafus by walking against traffic and stopping in the middle of the flow to chat with others. The dogs may be cute but, being tripped by a leash or stepping on little Fido isn't fun for anyone. Two things people; leave your dogs at home and learn to navigate the event to keeps bottle-necks to a minimum. Geesh...
Crikey

Elwood, IN

#2 Jun 11, 2007
man screw talbot street art fair. i went to the indianapolis zoo instead. it was tight! the best zoo in america hands down. where else can you grab a shark and swim with the dolphins this far inland???
Hate Crowds

Glenwood, IN

#3 Jun 11, 2007
The picture accompanying this story is enough to make me avoid the Talbot Street Art Fair -- ankle "tatoos" should be exclusive to slender, attractive women! GROSS.
Wow

Carmel, IN

#4 Jun 11, 2007
I bet there were a lot of gay and lesbian's in the crowd...

Did the drag show at the Talbot night club count as an "art" exhibit?

“I am, therefore I think. ”

Since: Apr 07

Indy

#5 Jun 11, 2007
Wow wrote:
I bet there were a lot of gay and lesbian's in the crowd...
Did the drag show at the Talbot night club count as an "art" exhibit?
Go home and listen to some more Rush Limbaugh and read your Ann Coulter book.

The city actually shows some culture and all you can do is let out some homophobic rhetoric... Very devolutionary of you. Get on the first bus back to the '50s.
jomama

Indianapolis, IN

#6 Jun 11, 2007
my family and I had a wonderful time at the fair...great weather, friendly crowd and pretty good food (no coffee stand though). Those that enjoy art and the people attracted to it would LOVE this fair, best of all it's FREE to get in!

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#7 Jun 11, 2007
The Talbott Art Fair is a great event, but I agree that dogs should not be allowed. That Street gets packed and I get irritated by people stopping and petting animals!

I want to take it further and complaing about strollers too!!! Ugh
Greg

Marysville, OH

#8 Jun 11, 2007
Wow wrote:
I bet there were a lot of gay and lesbian's in the crowd...
Did the drag show at the Talbot night club count as an "art" exhibit?
No, actually most the people I saw were straight; breeders pushing baby buggys and old farts getting in everybody's way.
Your comment sounds like the whole
"gay thing" is something that sticks on your mind a lot - why? It kinda
sounds like you may have some kind of repressed, sexual agenda you need to deal with. Just keep in mind, if you are fat or old, you might as well stay in the closet because nobody will want you anyway..you might consider paying for it!
Oh and BTW I don't think Talbott St.
is much of a drag bar, mostly younger, party-type guys..again and
none of them will give you much notice. There is a drag bar on Washington St. and I'm sure a person like you might have better chances;
I don't think the clientel there is very "choosy" know wut I'm sayin'!!
Joey

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Jun 11, 2007
I want to say thanks to the residents of Herron-Morton neighborhood who hosted the fair. The neighborhood looked great and has come a long way.
Respect others

Indianapolis, IN

#10 Jun 11, 2007
Hate Crowds wrote:
The picture accompanying this story is enough to make me avoid the Talbot Street Art Fair -- ankle "tatoos" should be exclusive to slender, attractive women! GROSS.
You are a creep. Shame on you.

“I'll just say it”

Since: Apr 07

Indy

#11 Jun 11, 2007
jomama wrote:
my family and I had a wonderful time at the fair...great weather, friendly crowd and pretty good food (no coffee stand though). Those that enjoy art and the people attracted to it would LOVE this fair, best of all it's FREE to get in!
You must have missed the Starbuck's stand. They are always there.:) It was beautiful weather so the people were out in droves. It did take a lot of patience to walk from booth to booth and actually get close enough to view artist's wares, but it was still great to be there.

“Equality for ALL”

Since: May 07

Indianapolis/Muncie

#12 Jun 11, 2007
50,000 to the art fair and 30,000 to pride. Good weekend!
Sunshine Lover

Passaic, NJ

#13 Jun 11, 2007
I second the stroller comment... I don't think it is necessary to bring a stroller the size of a Buick to an art fair. Either use a smaller stroller, or a kid backpack, or get a sitter. Special thanks to the lady who ran her stoller over my sandal causing me to trip and fall...
Why

Indianapolis, IN

#14 Jun 11, 2007
Why is the street (on the sign ) spelled Talbott, but the fair is spelled Talbot???
Keep Pets At Home

Zionsville, IN

#15 Jun 11, 2007
Cory wrote:
The Talbott Art Fair is a great event, but I agree that dogs should not be allowed. That Street gets packed and I get irritated by people stopping and petting animals!
I want to take it further and complaing about strollers too!!! Ugh
DITTO !!!
Hate Losers

Zionsville, IN

#16 Jun 11, 2007
Hate Crowds wrote:
The picture accompanying this story is enough to make me avoid the Talbot Street Art Fair -- ankle "tatoos" should be exclusive to slender, attractive women! GROSS.
Could you BE any more ignorant?
OH GEEZ

Reston, VA

#17 Jun 11, 2007
Wow wrote:
I bet there were a lot of gay and lesbian's in the crowd...
Did the drag show at the Talbot night club count as an "art" exhibit?
If you know about the drag show you have definitely been there!!!
Hate Crowds

Glenwood, IN

#18 Jun 11, 2007
Hate Losers wrote:
<quoted text>
Could you BE any more ignorant?
I suppose I could -- I could be YOU! If you like the looks of the woman, have at her!
butch

United States

#19 May 15, 2013
Haven't been in awhlle. Was gettn too craft oriented. I like the gay influx there, as I'm still closeted and enjoy the sexy men there. Hoping to go this year. Oh, and see some art too, lol

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