Indianapolis Children’s Museum

@kwellscomm News & Sports Happy Friday to you as we head into this three-day holiday weekend… Millions of Americans are expected to fill up on the cheapest gas in more than a decade and hit the road in record numbers this Fourth of July weekend. AAA says nearly 43 million people will travel over […]

This last day in October has a few things that you can do with your family…   Utah Jazz vs. Indiana Pacers Bankers Life Fieldhouse April 4, 1968 – Continuing the Conversation Indiana Repertory Theatre Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Secrets of the Sewer The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis God Roxx Gospel Concert at […]

53 years ago, most of the world was viewed in black and white. Much of the nation was against the integration of schools. Then, an innocent little black girl who thought the yelling and throwing of objects was just a part of a Mardi Gras celebration walked alongside four U.S. Federal Marshals as they escorted […]

In 1960 Ruby Bridges became the first African-American to desegregate a public elementary school. Her trials in New Orleans became, through a Norman Rockwell painting, a national symbol of the civil rights era.  Afternoons with Amos sat down with Ruby Bridges Hall (her name today) at the Children’s Museum exhibit The Power of Children that […]