Investigators are trying to figure out if mechanical problems caused a bus returning from a church camp to crash. Three people were killed and dozens injured.The bus was just a mile from its destination when it veered out of control near Interstate 465 in Indianapolis. Colonial Hills Baptist Church is struggling with the loss of their youth pastor, Chad Phelps, and his pregnant wife, Courtney. Tonya Weindorf, a mother of five, was also killed.
“Bad” girl, Tiara Thomas just released the first single off of her upcoming EP Dear Sallie Mae. “4 Dollar Bill,” is a track that finds the Indianapolis native, both singing and rapping about promiscuous women, yet again. “Call them $4 dollar bill hoes because I know they not real, they just want the money, money, money, cars, cars, clothes, clothes,” she sings on the follow up to her chart topping - Wale assisted track, Bad. Thomas recently signed to Rico Love’s Division 1 label in a joint deal with Interscope Geffen A&M. Her debut EP Dear Sallie Mae is expected to be released this summer.
The Wale x Tiara Thomas collaboration Bad is definitely one of the best infectious earworms of the summer. It’s been on heavy rotation since March and I’m still not sick of it. High praise for us ADD types. So, now that we’ve gotten to meet new artist Tiara Thomas, “Bad”'s writer, co-producer and singer, check out the Indianapolis-native’s newly re-recorded solo version of the hit. Enjoy.
The biggest pushing match of the NBA season thus far took place on Tuesday night between the Indiana Pacers and Golden State Warriors at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The fracas started between Roy Hibbert and David Lee and ended up with almost every player on the court in a tangled mess of pushing and elbowing all the way into the stands. Technical fouls were handed out to Hibbert, Lee, Thompson, David West and Stephen Curry. Roy Hibbert was the only player ejected in the melee for his role in pushing Stephen Curry to the ground during the fight.
Someone got pulled over in Reggie Wayne's new Bentley over the weekend and charged with driving while intoxicated. But, if you're a Colts fan, don't worry. The person driving was not Reggie Wayne. Last weekend, the Colts wide receiver handed the keys to his Bentley to a parking valet named Gunner Belcher at the Westin Hotel in Indianapolis. Then, he made his way up to his room and got a good night's sleep in anticipation of the Colts home game against the Titans the following day. [See & Read More]
In the summer of 2007, Timothy S. Durham decided to throw himself a party for his 45th birthday. The CEO of a leveraged buyout shop in Indianapolis, Durham claimed to have made millions. He had also developed a penchant for the young, fun, and nubile, partying in Los Angeles and Miami and on his yacht in the Caribbean. In Los Angeles, he owned National Lampoon, or what was left of it, and had been going to parties at the Playboy Mansion. [See & Read More]
With clever wordplay and great production from some of the hottest producers, indie artist SOC releases the visuals for his latest single The One featuring songstress Sophie P. The Indianapolis native has relocated to Liverpool and showcases many of the cities historic landmarks and legendary Sandhills Studios in the clip. Soc's newly released album The Narrow Road is available on iTunes now, purchase your copy today. Enjoy.
We were in Indianapolis during Super Bowl weekend and had the opportunity to shoot at Playboy’s 2012 Leather & Lace event. It featured appearances from The Girls Next Door, also known as Kendra Wilkinson, Holly Madison, and Bridget Marquardt.
Guests were greeted by beautiful girls, great music, and a lot of “interesting” costumed people running around. Shot and edited by @zwalkk with music courtesy of Drake. Enjoy the eye candy!
There truly couldn't have been a better day of football today. In the first game, Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff had the opportunity to tie the game up, but shanked his kick wide left, giving the Patriots a 23-20 win.
In the second, 49ers fill-in return man Kyle Williams muffed two punts, the second of which came in overtime to set up the New York Giants game-winning field goal.[Read More]
Arguably one of the biggest shoe releases of late, the Air Jordan 11 Retro “Concord” drop this morning incited nationwide riots across much of the U.S. as thousands flocked to local malls and boutiques to stake their claim.
Bringing to mind oddly familiar and chilling memories of the Pigeon Dunk riots in New York, the commotion surrounding the day’s release was a rather unexpected series of events for many. [See & Read More]