Tweets of the Week: Peter Wilt, Laverne Cox, Colts & More

Laverne Cox, the transgender star of Orange Is the New Black who spoke at Purdue University earlier this year, congratulated Hoosiers on what she considered progress:

The Indy Eleven won their first home game as a fledgling NASL soccer squad, and the team’s president was ecstatic:

The Indianapolis Star landed national writer Gregg Doyel to replace the departed Bob Kravitz:

Thursday night’s Colts vs. Texans game had a side contest: an old-fashioned beard-off between Andrew Luck and Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Plus, it was surreal to see TV’s Teenage Witch giving kudos to our Colts.
ESPN ranked Indiana University’s Assembly Hall the No. 1 college-basketball court design nationwide:

Yes, indeed: Macauley Culkin’s pizza-themed Velvet Underground tribute band, booed off stage earlier this year, will play Fountain Square’s Hi-Fi venue on October 30:

On Halloween Eve, that might be a fright. But Batman can save us:

It seems that Indy continues to be passed in traffic as mass-transit funding goes:

Meanwhile, “breaking” news isn’t what it used to be:

And one of our favorite local tweeters delivered another classic: