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.
Indy has a community of people who support everything local – restaurants, retail stores, breweries, food trucks, and more. This Saturday, November 25 aims to extend that community and encourage all to Shop Small and Shop Local.
Veterans Day is this Saturday, November 11, and we should all take time to pause from our busy lives to reflect and thank the brave men and women who choose to serve and sacrifice for our greater good. The city of Indianapolis has lots of ways to observe this important day.
There are lots of options for taking in the beauty of fall in Indianapolis. From serene parks to attractions that incorporate the outdoors, you need to take advantage of the seasonal change with this guide to the best locations for leaf watching.
Nothing screams a summer in Indy more than floating down the Canal on a hot day with a beverage in hand. Grab your friends and family and join Downtown Indy and Yelp on Sunday, August 20 as they host Cabrewing on the Canal.
MLK Day in Indianapolis offers a number of fantastic experiences (most of them free!) for your family to celebrate a courageous and life giving civil rights activist, living out his dream of bringing people together to realize a dream of acknowledging the beauty of the human family.
Now in its seventh year, The Bigger Picture Show is an annual fundraiser for the city's beloved Indy Film Fest and it takes place this Friday, May 13. Here is how it works. Top designers, including those from major design firms and scrappy freelancers, are charged with reimagining famous movie posters.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a great time to reflect on one our nation’s greatest civil rights leaders. There are many ways to celebrate his legacy in Indy this coming MLK Day on January 18. Celebrating Dr. King’s legacy is the perfect time to reflect on how we as a community – a city – treat others and can be welcoming to all.
Blink and winter will be here. It's time to take full advantage of fall and squeeze in as much quality time outdoors as possible. For me, that means time on a bike. There is no better ride this time of year than the city's first and most prized trail, the Monon Rail Trail. With a canopy of red, yellow, and orange that pops for a short window every year time is of the essence.