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Flix Brewhouse Coming to Merchants Square in Carmel

A major improvement is coming to Carmel’s Merchants Square shopping center. Texas-based Flix Brewhouse plans to inject new life into what is now mostly empty space by opening a combination movie theater-microbrewery in the 40,000 square-foot space that was formerly occupied by the Hobby Lobby store. Merchants Square’s landlord, Michigan-based Ramco-Gershenson Inc., recently applied for […]

Next Man Up: Griff Whalen?

The “next man up” may be Griff Whalen. Whether out of necessity or by design, the Indianapolis Colts have promoted wide receiver Griff Whalen from practice squad to active roster. The second-year receiver played football with Andrew Luck at Stanford, while Pep Hamilton called the plays. In fact, he was one of quarterback Andrew Luck’s […]

TEDxIndianapolis: Mix It Up

TEDx Indianapolis 2013 was a day full of inspiration, innovation, and stepping out of one’s comfort zone. The theme of the full day conference was to Mix It Up. In other words, attendees were encouraged to look at things differently, meet new people, and open their minds to other possibilities. Each attendee received a swag […]

Peyton’s Bittersweet Return Ends in 39-30 Loss to Colts

The most hyped game of the year did not end the way Peyton Manning would have preferred. The Indianapolis Colts handed the visiting Denver Broncos their first loss of the season, beating them 39-30 Sunday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. It was a bittersweet homecoming to be sure. That this is a city that still […]

Canal Pointe Project One Step Closer to Becoming a Reality

The Broad Ripple village is not exactly known for its high-end rental market. On the single-family residential side, there are smaller rental homes, most of which are short on space and lacking in modern upgrades, even though they don’t come cheap. On the multifamily side there are moderately-priced apartments, none of which would qualify as […]

Late Harvest Kitchen Review: Contemporary Comfort Food

I’d been hearing good things about Late Harvest Kitchen for a while. Problem was, until last Friday, my addiction to the convenience of dinner at home was a hard one to break. But in the end, my desire for a good meal at a nice restaurant prevailed, and I had the pleasure of eating at […]

Local Bark Parks for our Furry Four-Legged Friends

The following four Indy Bark Parks are open daily from dawn to dusk: Broad Ripple Bark Park: 1610 Broad Ripple Ave Indianapolis, IN, US 46220   Eagle Creek Bark Park: 5525 Elkhorn Dr Indianapolis, IN, US (317) 334-9633   Paul Ruster Bark Park: 11300 E Prospect St Indianapolis, IN, US 46239   Smock Bark Park: […]

12 Reasons I Love the Carmel Arts & Design District

The Carmel Arts & Design District offers everything from art classes to amazing food. To see the full list of reasons I love all that this district has to offer. 1. “Man-on-the-Street” Sculptures By J. Seward Johnson Jr., American realist Some people might find seeing a life-size statue along Main Street to be a bit […]

Indulge Your Senses with ORANJE

“Indulge your senses.” That is the tag line for ORANJE 2013. What the heck is ORANJE, you ask? It is one of the most prominent contemporary art & music events in the Central Indiana area, one in which artists of all sorts come together for a night of art, music, food and drink. It takes […]

Indianapolis Survives Elimination: Will Bid to Host 2018 Super Bowl

The city of Indianapolis will try to make history next May when it asks the NFL’s league of 32 owners to do something it has never done before: Award hosting rights to the Super Bowl to a cold-weather city twice in just a six-year span. But considering the level of competition the city had to […]

Celtic Thunder to Perform at the Palladium in Carmel

Six years after debuting at The Helix in Dublin, Ireland, Irish singing group Celtic Thunder is still going strong. Accompanied by the Celtic Thunder Band, they will perform at the Palladium in Carmel’s Center for the Performing Arts Friday, October 11. The six-piece vocal ensemble is known for its dramatic shows, which feature dazzling lighting […]

Marianne Glick Gallery Tour at Clowes Memorial Hall

This evening marks the opening for renowned local artist, Marianne Glick’s, gallery tour that will run from October 7th through November 17th at Clowes Memorial Hall. The opening reception is open to the community and will be held from 5:00 – 7:00pm. Don’t forget to register for the event here. The tour, titled Let the […]

41st Annual Pumpkin Harvest Festival at Stonycreek Farm

Stonycreek Farm owner, Loren E. Schmierer and grandson. The 41st Annual Pumpkin Harvest Festival will run from Saturday, September 28th through October 31st, 2013 at Stonycreek Farm. For the full article, head over to our Noblesville page click here.

Skaggs and Hornsby to Perform at Palladium on Thursday

Ricky Skaggs and Bruce Hornsby have reunited and are hitting the road for tour, the first performance of which will take place at the Palladium in Carmel’s Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 7:30pm. The tour is in support of a live album, ‘Cluck Ol’ Hen,’ which was recently recorded […]