• Creator
  • Ivanson, Alyssa; Bormann, Colleen; Decker, Amanda; Samuels, Holly; Decker, Amanda; McKenna, Sarah; Adkins, Scott; Babusiak, Rick
  • Description
  • Hundreds of volunteers in Gas City, Indiana have began preparations for the annual community Thanksgiving dinner in Gas City, Indiana.; NewsLink Indiana shares tips with viewers on how to minimize the likelihood of becoming a victim of theft over the Thanksgiving weekend.; The Delaware County Highway Department is warning drivers to slow down when roads get slippery, particularly during the first snowfall.; Students at Ball State University's ... more
    Hundreds of volunteers in Gas City, Indiana have began preparations for the annual community Thanksgiving dinner in Gas City, Indiana.; NewsLink Indiana shares tips with viewers on how to minimize the likelihood of becoming a victim of theft over the Thanksgiving weekend.; The Delaware County Highway Department is warning drivers to slow down when roads get slippery, particularly during the first snowfall.; Students at Ball State University's Center for Media Design helped researchers study the initial reactions of video game players to the Microsoft Xbox 360.; A new type of Christmas lights are being used to decorate downtown Muncie, Indiana in December 2005. The new lights utilize LED technology, which lasts longer and is more durable than older models.; Local businesses are preparing for Black Friday 2005, which will be on November 25, 2005. The Friday after Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the busiest shopping days of the year.; Cathy's Java to Your Door, a small business in Anderson, Indiana, delivers fresh coffee to local businesses in a van equipped with a complete brewing and serving system.; ME's Zoo in Parker City, Indiana is preparing their annual display of Christmas lights. The display of over 180,000 lights will be up from Thanksgiving 2005 through Christmas 2005.; Weather.; One building in Richmond, Indiana serves as the site of both the Richmond High School and the Richmond Art Museum. The RAM is a fine art museum with a permanent collection of American Impressionists, Taos School, the Hoosier Group, the Richmond School and other regional artists. The RAM also has a small but significant collection of local ceramic artists, including works by potters of the Arts and Craft Movement, the Overbeck Sisters and the Bethel Pike potters.; New York House is a one-man restaurant in Muncie, Indiana, serving traditional Chinese cuisine.; Two local painters are participating in an art project by the Indiana Art Museum. 64 different paintings will be made of the Wabash River, by different artists and of different parts of the River. The paintings will ultimately be displayed en masse at the IAM. less
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  • Digital video; Color images