|The long overdue renovation of this building resonated.|
Thanks for reading NA Confidential, where we annoyingly burrow beneath the headlines to offer unique local perspectives. May was yet another gratifying month in terms of blog traffic, and the posts highlighted here attest to a keen interest for local stories, perhaps because they’re not being served elsewhere.
The May Top Ten is determined by numbers of unique hits, as reported by Blogger. The list begins with fifteen “honorable mention” posts, before concluding with the Top Ten, escalating to No. 1.
15 HONORABLE MENTION
Watch this moving video from the late Chloe Allen’s friend: “If anything good can come of this, it’ll be that this intersection is made safer.”
Someone just died trying to cross the street, and at the News and Tribune, it’s shill-a-minute for cooking school.
“For we are the killers. We blithely tolerate a street grid with 48-foot-wide streets that pedestrians are expected to navigate without the sanction of government protection.”
Matt Chalfant’s infill construction at 137 E. Spring — you know, where the Horseshoe Bar used to be.
To crush the slumlords, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their investment portfolio managers.
Mute balsa agony amid luxurious rabbit hutch erections as bicyclists and walkers fend for themselves.
City engineer Larry Summers and INDOT explain why there is no crosswalk at Main and W. 1st Streets (1 of 2).