Enlighten your mind, body and spirit at Indy Holistic Hub's annual Wellbeing Fest. This uplifting event isn't your average health fair. It focuses on self care and connecting you to local resources aimed to support your overall wellbeing.
This fall, the Indiana Repertory Theatre launches its INclusion Series, a three-part program that celebrates diverse storytelling. First up is "And So We Walked: An Artist’s Journey Along the Trail of Tears." This one-woman show, created by Cherokee artist and activist DeLanna Studi, explores the universal desire to discover one’s roots while staying cognizant of historical inaccuracies.
Don't Miss Indy Mural Fest 2019! October 25 - 27, over 50 artists take to the streets to install beauty on Indianapolis' walls. Meet the artists, enjoy special activities, check out the food trucks, and catch live music, too!
The Brothers Footman, hailing from Indy's east-side, are one of the city's best kept musical secrets. When asked to describe their genre, the brothers say “summa music – summa this, summa that.” Much like Indy, their sound and style are unique and uplifting.
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.
Kentucky State University squares off against Jackson State University at this year's Circle City Classic! But there's so much more than a football game to this 36 year tradition. Don't miss all of the details for an entire week of culture, music, history, education, and sports!
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.