What is Indianapolis known for?

early advertising

; A Midwest Cajun restaurant chain based in Indianapolis, Indiana carries the name Yats. Also, cell phone company Boost Mobile used the phrase "Where Y'At?" in early advertising campaigns. Coming to America In 1913, Payne was invited to the United States to organize a season of modern plays for the Chicago Theatre Society, a pioneering community theater. Oregon Shakespearean Festival (now Oregon

sports basketball

in the 2004 Summer Olympics (Basketball at the 2004 Summer Olympics). After a starting the tournament with a defeat against Mexico (Mexico national basketball team), Argentina would reach the finals and lose against the United States, securing a spot in the Olympics anyway.sports basketball 2003-09-01-us-argentina-gold-medal-game_x.htm U.S. stomps Argentina, ''USA Today'', September 1, 2003. Retrieved March 2, 2012. '''WLFI-TV''', channel 18

loss , ''Sports Illustrated'', September 5, 2002.Retrieved March 2, 2012. Argentina would reach the finals for the first time since the first World Championship (1950 FIBA World Championship) in 1950 Argentina book final spot, ''BBC Sport'', September 7, 2002. Retrieved March 2, 2012. , but would lose to Yugoslavia (Serbia national basketball team). sports

basketball 2002-09-08-worlds-final_x.htm Yugoslavia beats Argentina to repeat as world champions , ''USA Today'', September 10, 2002. Retrieved March 2, 2012. The following year, after obtaining a sixth place in the 2003 Pan American Games (Basketball at the 2003 Pan American Games) with an alternate roster, Argentina sent their best players to San Juan (San Juan, Puerto Rico), Puerto Rico for the 2003 Tournament of the Americas that would grant three spots

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during promotional announcements. For example, during Predators games on FSN South, Weber promotes the Best Damn Sports Show Period as "B.D.S.S.P." The '''1994 (1994–95 NBA season) NBA Draft''' took place on June 29, 1994 in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is notable for the fact that two NBA rookies of the year were picked in the first round, as Jason Kidd and Grant Hill (Grant Hill (basketball)) were co-winners of the award for the 1994–95 NBA season. Jason Kidd and Grant Hill would end up as perennial All-Stars (10 and 7-time selections, respectively), though Grant Hill's career has been marred by severe injuries. Biography Gummer grew up in Indiana. He studied at Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis, and then at the Herron School of Art (also in Indianapolis) from 1964 to 1966. From 1966 to 1970 he studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) in Boston, Massachusetts, and then completed his studies at the Yale School of Art where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and Master of Fine Arts (MFA), and studied with David von Schlegell. birth_date WikiPedia:Indianapolis Dmoz:Regional North America United States Indiana Localities I Indianapolis commons:Indianapolis, Indiana

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cultural excellence

Fair as well as the Heartland Film Festival, the Indianapolis International Film Festival, the Indianapolis Theatre Fringe Festival, the Indianapolis Alternative Media Festival, and the Midwest Music Summit. The Circle City Classic is one of America's top historically African-American college football games. This annual football game, held during the first weekend of October, is the showcase event of an entire weekend. The weekend is a celebration of cultural excellence

based early

April 22, 1953) co-hosts the radio show (radio) ''The Bob & Tom Show (The BOB & TOM Show)'' together with Bob Kevoian, Kristi Lee, and Chick McGee. This comedy-based early morning program is among the highest rated in American radio http: pg jsp general americanspirit.jsp and has been nationally syndicated (Radio syndication) since 1995. The show is broadcast from WFBQ's studios in Indianapolis, Indiana

family education

, USA Funds has grown to become the nation's largest guarantor of loans made under the Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP), the largest federal source of financial aid (financial aid (educational expenses)) for higher education. During the past 44 years, the USA Funds guarantee has supported a total of nearly $115.5 billion in financial aid for higher education. USA Funds has served more than 13.6 million students and parents. SMS Hawaii, the nonprofit student-loan secondary

modern major

is uncertain, but it appears to have been developed in the early 20th century. Lew "Hicks" Moren (1906) of the Philadelphia Phillies was credited as its inventor. However, Eddie Cicotte apparently also came up with the pitch while at Indianapolis, and brought it to the modern major leagues (Major League Baseball) two years later in 1908. Since Cicotte had a much more successful career (and also gained later notoriety as one of the players implicated in the Black Sox

basketball news

took the first step on a path that would solidify their place in basketball elite. Next came the 2002 FIBA World Championship celebrated in Indianapolis, where they made history by being the first team to defeat a United States (United States men's national basketball team) roster comprised entirely of NBA (National Basketball Association) players. basketball news 2002 09 04 usa_argentina_ap Argentina hands NBA players first international

based holding

''Today Show (Today (NBC program))''. *1990: '''Gem Savings Association''', a $1.6 billion asset savings and loan company with 25 branches in Dayton and Cincinnati, is acquired. *1991: In October, National City Corporation announces it has reached an agreement with Merchants National Corporation to acquire the Indianapolis-based holding company. Member banks of Merchants National consist of: Anderson Banking Company (1890); Batesville State Bank (1889); Central National Bank


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