Summer Celebration Returns This Week

JULY 12, 2018 • MIKE GILLIS
The Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration has been empowering the community for the past 48 years with ten days of events ranging from job fairs to concerts to educational opportunities.

Binge Short Films During Heartland Film’s New “Indy Shorts” International Film Fest

JULY 10, 2018 • ALEX SVENTECKIS
Watch 111 short films and attend workshops and events from July 26-29 during Heartland Film's new "Indy Shorts" International Film Festival.

Barter School Indy Launches Summer Semester

JULY 5, 2018 • DAWN OLSEN
Itching to learn something new? Curious to try out a new hobby? Look no further than Barter School Indy. It’s a non-traditional learning community that runs on barter. That means you can swap a box of tea, a bar of chocolate, or a couple canned goods for knowledge.

Holler On The Hill Festival Comes to Garfield Park

JUNE 20, 2018 • SETH JOHNSON
Coming to historic Garfield Park on Sept. 22-23, the two-day music event Holler On The Hill has announced details and the lineup for its inaugural year.

Make it on Mass Ave

JUNE 13, 2018 • DAWN OLSEN
From sewing classes to make-your-own-macarons, here are five ways to get creative on Mass Ave.

Get IndyVolved

JUNE 11, 2018 • JEFF ROBINSON
Connecting with a city means rolling up your sleeves and making yourself available. At Indyvolved 13, this Thursday at the Central Library, you'll have the opportunity to interact with hundreds of local non-profits to see whose mission fits with your skillset and interests.

Explore New Cultures with Hoosier Flair at the Indy Midsommer Festival

JUNE 4, 2018 • ALEX SVENTECKIS
The world opens up to you at the Indy Midsommer Festival, held from 1-11 p.m. on Saturday, June 9, at the Indianapolis Latvian Community Center.

Spectacular Creatures Arrive at IMA at Newfields

MAY 31, 2018 • DAWN OLSEN
Nearly 500 brightly colored animals will invade Newfields as part of Summer Wonderland: Spectacular Creatures this summer. The campus-wide installation opens June 1 and will feature sculptures in all shapes and sizes – from miniature penguins to larger-than-life meerkats.

10 Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day

MAY 7, 2018 • DAWN OLSEN
Here are 10 Mother’s Day activities that celebrate mothers and show appreciation for all they do.

Indy Film Fest 2018 Preview

APRIL 23, 2018 • SETH JOHNSON
Slated to take place April 26-May 5 at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, the Midwest’s largest and fastest-growing film festival returns with more films than ever before.

American Ninja Warrior: Meet the Producer Brian Richardson

APRIL 18, 2018 • CAITLIN MULLER
Brian Richardson, Executive Producer of American Ninja Warrior is one of the people responsible for bringing the competition back to Indianapolis this month.

Presenting the 27th Annual Rose Award Winners

MARCH 14, 2018 • CAITLIN MULLER
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.

Indy Taco Week is Here

FEBRUARY 19, 2018 • DAWN OLSEN
Feb. 19-25 is Indy Taco Week, a celebration of tacos in the city at super discounted rates.

How to Celebrate Presidents’ Day in Indy

FEBRUARY 16, 2018 • DAWN OLSEN
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.

Four Indy Culinary Stars Named James Beard Award Semifinalists

FEBRUARY 15, 2018 • CHRISTINE ZETZL
One restaurateur and three Indy chefs we’re named 2018 James Beard semifinalists.

How to Celebrate Mardi Gras in Indy

FEBRUARY 9, 2018 • CAITLIN MULLER
Mardi Gras is here! The city is bound to be buzzing, so celebrate with style in Indy at these six colorful events.

Art & Soul 2018

FEBRUARY 8, 2018 • SETH JOHNSON
Now in its 22nd year, the 2018 Art & Soul will feature over 100 new, emerging and established African American artists performing daily at the Indianapolis Artsgarden.

Project: Time Off in Indy

JANUARY 25, 2018 • SETH JOHNSON
According to Project: Time Off, 51 percent of Americans skip the one step that could help them vacation: planning. Start now, and pencil Indy in your 2018 vacation calendar.

Spoke & Steele Debuts New Menu

JANUARY 23, 2018 • LISA WALLACE
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.

2018: A Look Ahead

DECEMBER 27, 2017 • MORGAN SNYDER
When Condé Nast Traveler said we’re one of ‘6 US Cities to Watch in 2017’, they were right. And keep watching, my fellow travelers, because 2018 will be nonstop fun. Here’s a quick look at what I’m most excited about in 2018.

Year in Review: Indy in the News

DECEMBER 5, 2017 • MORGAN SNYDER
Not only did Indy rack up top accolades like “Best Places to Travel in 2017” from powerhouse travel authorities like Travel + Leisure, but Indy’s story on our growing food scene, attractive niche neighborhoods, impressive trail scene and our top-tier family friendly destinations grabbed the attention of media from around the country. Here’s our top ten list of articles you may have seen about our favorite city from this past year (consider this our humble brag and reason for you to read them one more time):

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