This year Circle City Classic is back better than ever with a full lineup of events for those in Indy to enjoy. This annual event is hosted by Indiana Black Expo (IBE) and attracts over 100,000 people to Indianapolis.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is excited to welcome Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize recipient, as the fourth child highlighted in The Power of Children: Making a Difference exhibit.
For years, the IndyFringe Festival has celebrated both emerging and established performers and theatre companies. This year, the festival features 50 different productions and 319 performers. Here's the brass tacks on how to get tickets and what to expect at the festival overall.
Located in the 16 Tech Innovation District in Downtown Indianapolis, the AMP offers Indianapolis residents, visitors and 16 Tech tenants with a one-stop-shop for enjoying a diverse array of innovative restaurant and retail concepts.
An extraordinary multi-sensory experience created by Australian-based Grande Experiences, The Lume will occupy the entire fourth floor at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, making it the largest continuous exhibition space in Newfields’ 137-year history.
It wouldn’t be the Fourth of July in Indy without seeing downtown skyline light up with booming fireworks. But that’s not the only place you can catch a show that night. Here are six places where you can see displays in and around the Circle City.
This year, Indianapolis celebrated its bicentennial by recognizing twenty decades of innovation, expansion, and civic pride. Through these iconic buildings, you can explore Indy’s architectural styles—and its past.
Meet the content creators behind the Instagram @TwoMidwestFoodies - Brittany King and Dave Wallace. Follow along for an inside glance into Brittany and Dave's story, and leave with your culinary curiosity on a new level.
As race fans return to Indy for the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500, the Arts Council of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are teaming up once again to “Welcome Race Fans,” with uniquely festive artwork created by talented Indy locals.
Indy's most popular day of yard games is moving to White River State Park for one year only and you won't want to miss out. Get on your dress whites and gather for a day of fun and fellowship as you eat, drink, and play your way to victory.