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Friday, August 18, 2017
  • KHCPL showing new artist
    The Kokomo-Howard County Public Library (KHCPL) added a new artist, Sam Prifogle, to its art gallery this month. “The library wanted space to give artists the recognition they deserve. We want the community to enjoy the art and the library,” said Lisa Fipps, director of marketing at KHCPL. 
  • Simple. Fresh. Delish.
    The Local BBQ’s pulled pork nachos feature local pork that has been smoked for 12 to 15 hours over local applewood and cherry wood. The full flavor of the pork comes through in delectable bites.
  • 21 and Under Fun: The first tattoo won’t be the last
    Tattoos: something most people want the minute they turn 18, like me. I got my first tattoo the day of my 18th birthday with the phrase “Everything happens for a reason” across my collarbone. Little did I know it wouldn’t be my last.
  • Start the bidding
    For the past year, Artist Alley has played host to a collection of local artwork, drawing many spectators to the alleyway off Main Street to view the large-scale pieces.
  • Movie review: Annabelle: Creation excels in its execution
    Arialnnabelle: Creation is a finely-tuned scare machine. It’s also one of the best communal movie-going experiences of the year, if you’re the type who enjoys people screaming and jumping in their seats and dropping popcorn all over the floor — or you.
  • Going to the dogs
    The dogs of summer have had their time to shine in the sun, but there are other hot spots in Kokomo where  man’s best friend is welcome. Whether it’s out for a run or to grab a bite to eat, there are several options around the City of Firsts that cater to dog owners. 
  • Feast for the eyes
    Oscar’s Pizza’s classic caprese salad is a feast for the eyes and the palette. This traditional Italian salad fits into the menu perfectly, according to owner Matt Rust.
  • Community Calendar in Full View
    Upcoming events through the summer of 2017!
  • Celebrating a legacy
    As early as 1929 Wayman Chapel AME Reverend Henry Perry was proposing a recreational center for African-Americans since they were denied access to public pools, gymnasiums, and other facilities. He saw the need for a place for blacks to find fellowship. 
  • From buckets to steam engines
    In its earliest days, David Foster referred to Kokomo as “the orneriest town on earth” as the town established its identity. The City of Kokomo was incorporated in 1855, but city government wasn’t established until 1865 when Nelson Purdum was elected as the first Mayor of Kokomo. 
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