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Archives for June 2014

The Best Popcorn in Indianapolis Movie Theaters

I will freely admit — I mostly go to a movie theater for the popcorn. You just can’t replicate that movie theater, buttery goodness at home. My love of movie theater popcorn even means I will drive 20 minutes to see a movie in Castleton, when there’s a theater down the street. Because the popcorn […]

Woodland Bowl: Not Your Father’s Bowling Alley

The Woodland Bowl has recently been renovated, and one look tells you this this not your father’s bowling alley. The surprising chic, modern center is smoke-free. The atmosphere is appealing to adults and children alike. Gone are the molded plastic seats, and in their place are comfortable couches for each lane. Bar height stools are […]

Indianapolis Dates with Dad this Father’s Day Weekend

It’s Father’s Day weekend in Indianapolis, and there are plenty of ways to show dad he’s the tops. Whether you’re planning a day for your own father, or honoring your partner, there’s some happening around town for all interests. Make an Indianapolis date with dad for a day everyone will remember. Take Dad out to […]

Westfield High School Class of 2014

Schools in Westfield, Indiana have been out for the summer two weeks now, and we’re still processing the crazy year we had. Westfield High School seniors are just now coming up for air after a whirlwind of a week to cap off their last year of school. There were concerts and finals, parties and open […]

Sculpture Walk is Free Lesson in Art Appreciation

If you’re looking for something different — and free — to do this summer, check out the Sculpture Walk at the University of Indianapolis. Sponsored by Fifth Third Bank, the walk includes 23 sculptures from various artists around the country. The majority of the sculptures are located outdoors on the southside campus. The Sculpture Walk […]

Stylish Seconds

As someone who has been shopping resale for years, one of my biggest pet peeves is an unorganized clothing store. Searching for that perfect dress in a mass of clothing, without any idea what sizes you’ll find or where they’ll be, only makes the pressure of shopping all the worse. At Selective Seconds in Greenwood, […]

Review: Thai Thai Restaurant

I try and eat a bit lighter when the weather warms up outside. One of my go-to cuisines is Thai food. Thai food is flavorful, yet light and I like that it can be spicy. There are a few Thai restaurants in Avon and I thought it was time to visit Thai Thai Restaurant in […]

Four Ideas for a Brownsburg Staycation

It’s time for another staycation. A “staycation” is when you stay in your town/city and play tourist. Let’s get ready for a visit to charming Brownsburg. There’s fun for everyone in the family with plenty of outdoor time and delicious food. Here are four ideas for a Brownsburg staycation. Play at the Park 1) Arbuckle Acres, 200 […]

The Indianapolis Public Library Summer Reading Program is Underway

The Indianapolis Library kicked off it’s summer reading program, READ in Any Language this week and families around the city have signed up for a  summer of learning & fun. Children and the adults who read to them are eligible to sign up for the program. Each participant is issued a card, where points are […]

Indianapolis Museums Offer Summer Admission Specials

Summer is heating up in Indianapolis, and area attractions are ready for summer guests! Along the White River Canal, both the Indiana State Museum and the Indiana Historical Society are offering summer-long specials for visitors. The Indiana State Museum is an offering “Everybody’s a Kid” Wednesday admission special for all guests. Admission for all guests […]

2014 Home-A-Rama in Full-Swing

Whether you’re a homeowner looking for design cues to enhance the value of your home, or just an admirer of fine architecture, the 2014 Home-A-Rama in Westfield, Indiana is the place to get excited about your own home, and be wowed by the possibilities. The show is presented by the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis […]

Four Ideas for a Plainfield Staycation

Some of my most fun weekends are the ones when I plan a staycation. A “staycation” is when you stay in your town/city and play tourist. Here are my four ideas for a Plainfield staycation. I’ve got a bit of something for everyone to have a memorable and fun staycation in Plainfield. Shop at a […]

Holland Park is Central for Fun

Holland Park is the town of Fishers oldest park, and it remains one of its most popular. Located just north of 116th Street in the center of town, it’s within walking distance for many residents. The community building has been renovated recently, with the addition of upgraded restrooms and family restrooms. The park building hosts […]