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Day of Reflection This April 4

MARCH 31, 2021 • BECCA SCHMIEGEL
This Sunday, the Kennedy King Memorial Initiative invites Indy visitors and residents to commemorate the legacy of Dr. King at the Landmark for Peace Memorial.

Spring into Self Care with These Local Indy Ideas

MARCH 29, 2021 • VICTORIA SMITH
Now that Indy’s reopening plan is shining brighter than ever, it’s time to put ourselves back on top of the to-do list and support local wellness businesses. Here are some places and experiences where you’ll find traditional forms of self-care.

Crispus Attucks High School Celebrated With New Converse Shoes

MARCH 25, 2021 • BECCA SCHMIEGEL
Converse, Inc.'s Breaking Down Barriers Collection celebrates the 1954-1955 Crispus Attucks boy's basketball team winning the state championship during a time of intolerance and adversity.

Celebrate Women's History Month in Indianapolis

MARCH 17, 2021 • CHERIE LOWE
March is Women's History Month! See which exhibits, landmarks, and experiences in Indy you can't miss to learn, grow, and advocate for women everywhere.

#LoveIndy While Helping Indy’s Teachers & Kids

MARCH 16, 2021 • CHRIS GAHL
Alongside our friends at the Indiana Sports Corp, we’ve partnered with The Shop to create a limited-edition T-shirt: Made for This Moment. Proceeds from this $15 shirt will directly benefit the IPS Foundation, ensuring teachers and students have resources to continue shaping Indy’s youth.

A New Exhibit Opens at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

MARCH 3, 2021 • DAWN OLSEN
On June 25, 1888, Benjamin Harrison won his party's nomination for President. To celebrate this bicentennial moment in Indianapolis’ history, the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site created a new exhibit.

The Chit-Chat about SoChatti’s New Tasting Room

MARCH 2, 2021 • DAWN OLSEN
For Matt Rubin, founder and CEO of SoChatti, chocolate is an emotional experience. It's that relationship—the one between taste and feeling—that's at the forefront of SoChatti’s new tasting room at the Circle City Industrial Complex.

My Hope for Black History in Indy

FEBRUARY 25, 2021 • GUEST
Written by Judith Thomas. "This year, I find myself once again longing for a deeper and more widespread understanding of the rich Black history we share here in the Circle City."

Madam Walker's Legacy Continues at IND

FEBRUARY 25, 2021 • JANELLE JOHNSON
New 75 foot-long mural at the Indianapolis International Airport brings Madam Walker's story into the 21st century.

A How-To Guide on Experiencing a Pacers Game This Season

FEBRUARY 15, 2021 • SETH JOHNSON
The blue and gold are excited to be welcoming fans back into Bankers Life Fieldhouse, in a safe and orderly fashion.

Art & Soul: Black By Popular Demand

FEBRUARY 8, 2021 • ROBERTA TISDUL
Now in its 25th year, the Indianapolis Arts Council’s Art & Soul Festival features Black artists in a series of free concerts and performances in the Indianapolis Artsgarden each February.

A Newlywed's Guide to Valentine's Day In Indy

FEBRUARY 2, 2021 • VICTORIA SMITH
2020 was rough, but I still managed to marry the love of my life. And I want to share with you some of the exciting Valentines' Day activities we have planned this year in Indy.

Explore the Great Outdoors This Winter

JANUARY 29, 2021 • GUEST
In order to help beat cabin fever, check out this list of some favorite outdoor Indy activities so we can bundle up and opt-outside this season.

Restaurants That Opened in 2020

JANUARY 19, 2021 • DAWN OLSEN
These five restaurants weren't going to let anything—including a global pandemic—keep them from opening.

A Local's Take on Vegetarian Dining in Indy

JANUARY 11, 2021 • GUEST
Whether you’re doing meatless Mondays or have been a die-hard vegan for decades, these are some of my favorite veggie options in the city that go beyond a salad.

MLK Day 2021 in Indy

JANUARY 8, 2021 • CHERIE LOWE
There are plenty of ways to serve, learn, celebrate, and have fun on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in Indianapolis this year.

Take a Winter Staycation at The Alexander

JANUARY 6, 2021 • DAWN OLSEN
Last year was bizarre. But now that we've ushered in 2021, think about trying something new. Something different. Like a staycation at The Alexander.

Living Room Theaters Brings Unique Film-Viewing Experience to Downtown Indy

JANUARY 5, 2021 • SETH JOHNSON
Located in the Bottleworks District, the new theater will screen a mix of the best independent cinema, critically acclaimed films and Hollywood hits.

Visit These Larger-Than-Murals in Downtown Indianapolis

JANUARY 4, 2021 • DAWN OLSEN
Indianapolis has gotten more colorful over the past few years, thanks to a number of public art projects. It would take days – literally – to explore all of the city’s public art. But it would only take an afternoon to visit these four larger-than-life murals. 

2020: A Year in Instagrams

DECEMBER 31, 2020 • BECCA SCHMIEGEL
If a picture tells a thousand words, here's a 10,000-word story of Indy in 2020 seen through the lens of Instagram.

When to See "Shining A Light" This Holiday Season

DECEMBER 24, 2020 • GUEST
With Downtown Indy, Inc.'s Shining A Light nightly presentation, there's always something to look forward to during your evenings in downtown Indy. 

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