After 30 years of memories at their previous “Old Church” location, Phoenix Theatre invites the city to come check out their new Cultural Centre at 705 N. Illinois St. on the city’s downtown north side.
This weekend the Pacers and Cavs play on Friday night and Sunday night. I am personally declaring it Pacers Weekend in the City of Indianapolis even if I have no authority to do so. Buy a ticket, dig out your blue and gold gear, and see them in person.
To recognize the hard work and dedication of service employees throughout Indy, Visit Indy started the Rose Awards 27 years ago and holds a gala each year to celebrate the accomplishments of those in the industry. These eight, along with everyone nominated for a Rose Award, embody “Hoosier Hospitality” and go above and beyond in every aspect of their work.
This year’s St. Patrick's Day celebration has a little something for everyone - the athlete, the reveler, families, music lovers, and more. Before you begin hatching your plan for March 15-17, you need to equip yourself. I’ve got all the events lined up in a row for you.
Whether you’re a fan of the blockbuster movie, the Broadway musical, or simply delightful 70s pop, you won’t want to miss your opportunity to catch Mamma Mia! at Beef & Boards before it packs its bags and sails away on April 8.
Have the day off in honor of Presidents’ Day? Take the opportunity to plan a family fun day. Many of the city’s museums and will remain open, giving you and the kiddos the chance to discover Indiana’s presidential heritage.
There’s now a new reason to fall in love with the food all over again. Accomplished Indy chef and restaurateur Greg Hardesty has come on board to revamp the modern American fare and truly make Spoke & Steele a neighborhood restaurant.