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Kan-Kan Cinema & Brasserie Comes to Downtown Indy

AUGUST 20, 2021 • SETH JOHNSON
Film lovers can now find refuge in the city’s new arthouse cinema.

The AMP Artisan Marketplace and Food Hall Arrives in Indy

JULY 8, 2021 • SETH JOHNSON
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.

Indy Pride Month Goes Virtual in 2021

JUNE 1, 2021 • SETH JOHNSON
Mindful that many in the community may still not feel safe at in-person events, Indy Pride will continue on a virtual platform this June, with several events running throughout the month.

Best Places to Wine and Dine with a View of Indy

MAY 5, 2021 • JESSICA YOUNG
Indy has a wide of variety of dining options that offer food and drinks for every palate and budget while also providing a noteworthy view.

Living Room Theaters Brings Unique Film-Viewing Experience to Downtown Indy

JANUARY 5, 2021 • SETH JOHNSON
Located in the Bottleworks District, the new theater will screen a mix of the best independent cinema, critically acclaimed films and Hollywood hits.

Get the ‘Sip’ Experience This Winter with Indy Wineries

DECEMBER 24, 2020 • GUEST
This holiday season is the perfect time to cozy up with a glass of adult grape juice and appreciate the wonderful things in life that we do have.

Dining-In in Indy This NYE

DECEMBER 21, 2020 • BECCA SCHMIEGEL
Ring in the new year right, and treat yourself and your family with these local takeout options:

2021: A Look Ahead

DECEMBER 17, 2020 • GUEST
Editors canvassed the globe to identify the best places to visit and named Indy to both Condé Nast Traveler’s list of “Best Places to Go in 2021” and Travel + Leisure’s “Best Places to Visit in 2021.”

Indy Jazz Fest Goes Virtual in 2020

NOVEMBER 11, 2020 • SETH JOHNSON
Enjoy some of the city’s freshest jazz talent from the comfort of your own couch.

It's the Great Pumpkin Beer, Charlie Brown

OCTOBER 14, 2020 • LARA NEAL
What do we love about fall? EVERYTHING. Pumpkin spice is nice, but to celebrate sweater weather in a more adult manner, check out the selections of special fall beverages Indy Craft Pass partners have on tap.

Four Spine-Chilling Indy Ghost Tours

OCTOBER 7, 2020 • VICTORIA SMITH
Take a spooky walk through Indy - if you dare. The season of fright is here, and the time is nigh to experience a ghoulish ghost tour. 

Exploring Outdoor Indy Music Venues in the Age of Social Distancing

AUGUST 24, 2020 • SETH JOHNSON
While the COVID-19 pandemic has temporarily halted large-scale concerts all across the world, some of Indy’s smaller outdoor venues are finding ways to welcome back crowds in a safe and socially distanced manner.

Get Tapped in with the Drink Culture Podcast

MAY 20, 2020 • SETH JOHNSON
Looking for something new to listen to? This local weekly podcast welcomes Indy movers and shakers onto the program, engaging them in a conversation that’s both casual and thought provoking.

Save Indiana's Independent Music Venues

MAY 11, 2020 • JEFF ROBINSON
This Sunday, May 17, a very special program will aim to support these critical cultural entities. You are encouraged to tune in and consider taking donating part of your unused concert ticket budget to this cause.

Hotel Tango Rises to the Challenge

APRIL 6, 2020 • JEFF ROBINSON
Owner Travis Barnes, a veteran who served three tours of duty during Operation Iraqi Freedom, and his wife Hillary step up by using equipment at their Fletcher Place distillery to supplement the diminished supply of accessible hand sanitizer by producing their own.

A Guide to Comedy Spots in Indy

FEBRUARY 19, 2020 • SETH JOHNSON
If you're looking fora night of laughs in Indy, use this list as a trusty guide.

A Guide to Intimate Concert Venues in Indy

FEBRUARY 2, 2020 • SETH JOHNSON
From Grammy-nominated acts to up-and-coming locals, Indianapolis has plenty of great small venues to go and soak in a show.

Valentine's Day in Indy

JANUARY 31, 2020 • MAEVE WANGLER
Leave the flowers, chocolate and teddy bears at home this Valentine's Day. With so many events happening in Indy all Valentine's Day weekend, you'll never run out of unique ways to show your love.

A Vegetarian's Guide to Indy Travel

DECEMBER 27, 2019 • GUEST
As a vegetarian from Chicago, I was at first anxious about traveling with my veggie friends. But have no fear—I spent a week eating my way through Indy and found plenty of restaurants serving fresh, farm-to-table eats that accommodated dietary restrictions.

Satisfied in Indy: Your Hamilton How-To

DECEMBER 6, 2019 • CHERIE LOWE
Seeing Hamilton in Indianapolis? Don't miss this round up of places to visit to take your experience to the next level.

Feelin' the Love with The Brothers Footman

OCTOBER 11, 2019 • MARISSA RENALDI
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.

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