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Mike Gillis

Carmel Apples at DeBrand Chocolates

This is the time of year when we visit pumpkin patches and go apple picking at orchards. Many people enjoy pumpkin flavored drinks and sweets, but I, personally, like apples taste and their versatility. Time for Apples You can do a variety of things with apples - pies, cider, butter and more. But…

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You Are There 1915: Madam C.J. Walker, Empowering Women

It is not easy for an African American in the United States to create their own legacy, especially a woman in the early 1900s like Madam CJ Walker. The story of a woman who came from an enslaved mother manifested her own destiny by becoming an entrepreneur. As a woman building an empire, she…

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Taste of the Fair - New Foods

Halt your workouts, the Indiana State Fair is back in town! You can pick up where you left off after August 19. You still have over a week left to get to this year’s fair. It’s that time of year where we enjoy our favorite fried and grilled foods and don’t have to feel bad because it is only…

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Get Ready for IBE Summer Celebration

For 49 years, the Indiana Black Expo has hosted the Summer Celebration right here in Indy. This year, the events start on Thursday, July 11 and ends the following Sunday, July 21. The IBE Summer Celebration is the largest ethic-cultural event in the United States. Despite all the adversity we…

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Pet-Friendly Eateries in Indianapolis

We wait months for good weather and so do our pets. Indy’s growing food & drink scene has been a big topic of conversation and it just keeps getting better. When choosing your next restaurant or bar, don’t forget your furry friend! There are many businesses that welcome pets providing water, treats…

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Support Virginia Avenue Businesses This Month

Construction for the Indy's bus rapid transit system Red Line is in full swing, and once complete, will feature buses arriving every ten minutes, operating 20 hours each day, 7 days a week. One area currently under construction is the Fletcher Place and Fountain Square neighborhoods. The roadway is…

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Summer Celebration Returns This Week

The Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration has been empowering the community for the past 48 years with ten days of events ranging from job fairs to concerts to educational opportunities. This year there will be three concerts (two of which are free for the community and my favorite way to wind down…

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Indy Taco Week is Here

Some think #TacoTuesday is the best thing since sliced bread, but Indy can do better. We have Indy Taco Week. That's right, today through Feb. 25 is Indy Taco Week, a celebration of tacos in the city at super discounted rates. Half off tacos is the deal, so sign me up. I'm already of a fan of a…

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Crispy Bird is Open in Indy

Local restaurant group Patachou Inc. is staying true to their roots by adding yet another restaurant in Crispy Bird. Located directly across the street from the original Cafe Patachou location, Napolese and newly opened Bar One Fourteen, this opening makes this the 13th restaurant under the…

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Small Business Saturday

Indy has a community of people who support everything local – restaurants, retail stores, breweries, food trucks, and more. This Saturday, November 25 aims to extend that community and encourage all to Shop Small and Shop Local. Small Business Saturday started in 2010 when American Express wanted…

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