Wednesday April 9, 2014
Nothing relieves stress more than laughter. And after a long week of work, Jerry Seinfeld is coming to the Old National Centre. The comedian will perform two stand-up shows this Friday at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Tickets range from $63 to $211. Seinfeld's unique comedic style rose in popularity in the late 1980s after he appeared on the Late Show with Johnny Carson. The comedian reached full celebrity status during the nine seasons that his TV sitcom, Seinfeld was on the air. The last episode aired in 1998. Since then, Seinfeld co-wrote and acted in the animated feature The Bee Movie, among other projects. In recent years, he has returned to the stage.
Check out the entire Old National Centre Schedule. And if you're looking for something else to do this weekend, check out the April Calendar of Events.
Sunday April 6, 2014
It's hard to believe but Easter is right around the corner. Time to get out the dresses, dust off the hats, purchase the candy and decorate the eggs. And if you have small children, you're probably going to attend at least one Easter egg hunt. Sometimes it's difficult to know where to go in your community to participate in one. We've taken the guess work out of it. Check out this list of Indy area Easter Egg Hunts and be sure to make your calendars. Some take place this weekend and others require advanced registration so don't delay!
Sunday April 6, 2014
If you are one of the many Americans who procrastinate on filing your taxes, you'll need to know that Tax Day is Tuesday, April 15. And if you really procrastinate, you might need to know where to find a post office that is open later than 5 p.m. In years past, post offices stayed open late - some even up to the midnight deadline. But those days are gone. Now, if you're going to get your taxes mailed out on time, you'll have to do it well before midnight. If Tax Day has taken you by surprise this year, be sure to check out the list of Indianapolis Post Offices Open Later on Tax Day. Good luck!
Thursday April 3, 2014
After 33 years in late night television, Indiana native David Letterman is retiring in 2015. Letterman made the announcement during a taping of Thursday's episode of Late Show with David Letterman.
"I just want to reiterate my thanks for the support from the network, all of the people who have worked here, all of the people in the theater, all the people on the staff, everybody at home, thank you very much," Letterman said.
Letterman brought his unique style and brand of comedy to audiences for over three decades and when he retires, he will have hosted CBS' Late Show for 22 years. He previously hosted NBC's Late Night for 11 years.