Do you remember when the One-Liners Comedy Club on Main Street in Greenwood would catch your eye with its unique prop of a plane coming out of the roof?
The comedy club has been closed for 10 years, but Oaken Barrel has remained at the commercial center near Emerson Avenue. Slowly, the center fell into disrepair while the restaurant has remained well-known and popular.
The Oaken Barrel Brewing Co. owner jumped at the chance to infuse energy into the property and help bring it back to life.
We talked to Kwang Casey about the renovations, the businesses that now call the commercial center home and about his new role as a business property owner.
We are talking to high school students who participated in a national walkout to demand action on gun violence on the anniversary of the Florida school shooting. Center Grove and Greenwood high school students participated.
Slate of candidates set.
Franklin will get a new city council member on Thursday night. Three people want the job. Here’s where you can catch up on what led to this.
Orchestra for kids.
The musicians of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra are bringing music and stories catered to children to Johnson County this spring. We tell you about the programs.
Wrestler of the year.
We have named our Daily Journal wrestler of the year and are highlighting the other athletes’ accomplishments this year. Here’s what he has to say about his contributions — and it’s not all about wrestling.
If your weekend and spring break calendars are looking a little bleak, we can help. Grab Thursday’s Daily Journal for our weekly Free Time guide to all southside activities.