Just as things were starting to get back on track, along came the riots, and three more dead. It was an awful time in the wrong state of mind. Leadership appeared to be absent as the homeless became ever more present.
Tag: downtown indy
THE RISK OF VIDEOING DANGEROUS PROTESTS Censored Version Uncensored Version Nothing got burned down. No objects were thrown. Nobody rioted. Not a single person was assaulted. But here I was, in the middle of an […]
November 2020: Figment of Imagination vs. State of Mind
My friend Paul, Prop 291, and The Party for Socialism and Liberation.
October Surprise 2020: The Cloudy Days
This is the 2nd part of the October footage I’ve been going through. Voting lines were still long. Live entertainment was still set up outside at Lugar Plaza. I saw my first elliptical bike downtown. […]
Covid Wave II Week II: Going Deep, Playing for Keeps
I had never run into three black skateboarders skating together without white friends until a few weeks ago. During my last four years of skateboarding around regularly, I would occasionally see one or two black […]
Covid 19 Wave II Week 1
As the protests ramped down in Indy, Covid 19 once again became the main focus of every corporate news entity in town. Fear and finger pointing grew worse as masks became mandated and districts wrestled […]
Protest Peaks and Rallies
Demonstrations were still running strong on Tuesday and Wednesday after protesters and police hugged it out in front of the Governor’s mansion on Monday night. I got so much footage from those two days and […]
COVID-19 INDIANAPOLIS WEEK V APRIL 16, 2020
Week five seemed to have about the same foot traffic as before. There were joggers and bikers and plenty of people sleeping on the streets, but the buildings looked lonely and cold. Especially the restaurants. […]