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Start Your Engines: #BackyardBrickyard

JULY 1, 2020 • BECCA SCHMIEGEL
Though the iconic races will run without live spectators this Independence Day Weekend, you can still cheer on your favorite Grand Prix and Brickyard 400 drivers with the Indianapolis Motor Speedways collection of activities.

A Look Inside Two Chicks District Co.

JUNE 25, 2020 • DAWN OLSEN
Karen Laine and Mina Starsiak-Hawk have built their brand around rehab projects in southeast Indianapolis. Now, the mother-daughter duo behind Two Chicks and a Hammer has a new retail store in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood.

Virtual Attractions and Programs in Indianapolis

MAY 6, 2020 • KATY MANN
Just because the buildings have to stand empty, doesn't mean these Indy museums' programming had to end.

Supporting Our Friends on the Front Lines

APRIL 7, 2020 • MARISSA RENALDI
As we observe World Heath Day, here are five Indy businesses that are going above and beyond for healthcare professionals.

Presenting the Winners of the 29th Annual ROSE Awards

MARCH 12, 2020 • MORGAN SNYDER
The 29th Annual ROSE Awards, which stands for Recognition of Service Excellence, allows us to honor 75 of the nearly 83,000 people that make up our hospitality workforce. Meet the eight individuals who were selected to take home the award for demonstrating exceptional service.

Favorite Spring Break Activities for Families

MARCH 7, 2020 • JESSICA YOUNG
When spring break hits, everyone is ready to get out and about. Luckily, Indy has tons to offer local families and visitors. 

Exploring the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library

FEBRUARY 27, 2020 • SETH JOHNSON
The famed Indy author lives on through charismatic brick-and-mortar space on Indiana Avenue.

Nine Things We Love About the Mo Willems Exhibit at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

FEBRUARY 20, 2020 • KATY MANN
The Pigeon and Pals! A Mo Willems Art and Play Exhibit opened with a smash and will remain at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through May 10, 2020.

Arcades for Families in Indy

JANUARY 21, 2020 • JESSICA YOUNG
Families are often surprised by the wide variety of arcade options available in Indy.

Festival of Trees at the Indiana Historical Society

DECEMBER 19, 2019 • JESSICA YOUNG
The Indiana Historical Society's Festival of Trees in downtown Indy is a holiday favorite for Hoosiers and visitors alike. With close to 100 beautifully decorated trees and family-friendly activities, it's no wonder why.

Native American Heritage Month at the Eiteljorg Museum

NOVEMBER 20, 2019 • KERRY CRON
November is Native American Heritage Month - and the Eiteljorg Museum debuted a new contemporary art exhibit, "Blurring the Line," to celebrate.

Celebrate Indy's Flight to Paris (and Maybe Win 2 Tickets!)

NOVEMBER 15, 2019 • CHERIE LOWE
Don't miss your chance to win two nonstop tickets from Indianapolis to Paris! Celebrate Delta Airlines and the Indianapolis International Airport's #INDtoCDG flight with a phenomenal mural of the Eiffel Tower on Georgia Street November 15-17.

Bringing the world to Indy - and Indy to the World

SEPTEMBER 26, 2019 • GUEST
Indianapolis has undergone a culinary evolution in the last decade, with more ambitious restaurants opening to the public and more high-quality cuisine available to locals and visitors than ever before.

Dive into National Hispanic Heritage Month at the Lucha Libro Festival

SEPTEMBER 23, 2019 • VICTORIA DAVIS
Get ready for colorful masks and high-flying wrestling moves entertaining enough to make your jaw drop during the Lucha Libro Festival. 

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

SEPTEMBER 19, 2019 • MIKE GILLIS
You Are There 1915 opens September 21 the Indiana Historical Society. This also happens to be Smithsonian Museum Day which means you can go opening day, be one of the first to see this exhibit and get FREE admission.

The Public Collection's Newest Additions

SEPTEMBER 9, 2019 • CHERIE LOWE
The Public Collection combines public art installations with free book sharing in Indianapolis. Don't miss two new amazing art and literacy destinations now open to those who Visit Indy!

HorrorHound Weekend

SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 • KERRY CRON
Indy's HorrorHound Weekend is in one day! Are you ready for the thrills?

A Take on Indy, from NASCAR Driver Kurt Busch.

SEPTEMBER 3, 2019 • BECCA SCHMIEGEL
We asked Kurt Busch about his experiences racing in the Circle City, in anticipation of the 25th annual Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Taste of the Fair - New Foods

AUGUST 9, 2019 • MIKE GILLIS
You still have over a week left to get to this year’s fair. It’s the time of year where we enjoy our favorite fried and grilled foods and don’t have to feel bad because it is only temporary.

5 Things to Do in Indy This Fall

AUGUST 5, 2019 • MEGAN STANBROUGH
Take some time out of your visit to experience all Indy has to offer! Regardless of what has brought you to the Circle City, here are five things to do around Indy that are guaranteed to keep your family and friends entertained.

Public Art and its Presence in the Circle City

JULY 30, 2019 • MEGAN STANBROUGH
The Conrad is welcoming a new hotel guest, except this one is here to stay. You can now find the Circle City's newest sculpture, Scholar's Stone, located right outside one of Indy's favorite hotels.

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