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And Then They Came For Me: A Must-See Production at the IRT

This was my first time attending a production at the Indianapolis Repertory Theatre, but I have to say that their performance of And Then They Came For Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank was by far one of the best plays I’ve had the privilege of seeing anywhere. Set against the backdrop of Europe […]

2nd Annual Adult Swim

Channel your inner child and come out for a night of play at the 2nd Annual Adult Swim at The Children’s Museum. The name might fool you, but there is no actual pool at this event, just a lot of fun! On February 22 from 8 pm to midnight, the museum will be turned into […]

Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library 3rd Anniversary Celebration

On Saturday, January 25th join the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library in their 3rd Anniversary Celebration. The afternoon will start with a welcome by Indianapolis Deputy Mayor Olgen Williams at 12:15 pm. Something to Cheer About, a film chronicling the 1955 Crispus Attucks Tigers state basketball championship will be shown shortly after. Dan Wakefield, the Hoosier […]

2014 Country Megatickets On Sale Now

The Jiffy Lube Country Megaticket is a must have music package for any country music fan. Last summer the country series was extremely successful with three of the shows completely selling out. By purchasing a ticket, you’ll get access to ten of the hottest country shows of the summer. All shows will be held at […]

What’s a Crockin’? : Zippy Tortilla Soup

You’re cold. You’re hungry. You’re busy. I feel you. It’s time to whip out one of my favorite crock-pot recipes. Zippy Tortilla Soup. It’s easy. It’s zippy. It’s pretty healthy and it tastes great! (Be warned, there is a bit of a kick to it) Here’s what you’ll need to get before you start crockin’: […]

Help Crown a Super Chef at the 2014 Souper Bowls

With these ridiculously frigid temps that seem to be here to stay in the tri-state area, we’re all looking for ways to stay warm. Second Helpings is hosting their third annual Souper Bowls this Saturday where you can warm your belly with samples of soup prepared by some of the areas best chefs. 2014 Featured […]

Oh, The Pie-sibilities On National Pie Day

One of the things to do on my “Things To Do Before I’m 25” list is to bake a pie from scratch. Why before I’m 25? Eh, no real reason other than it seems like a good skill to have under my belt and who doesn’t love pie?? Actually, I’m sure there are many people […]

50 Shades! & Rock of Ages at Old National Centre

This coming weekend the Old National Centre will be busy all weekend long hosting both the hot new show 50 Shades! The Musical and the famous classic Rock of Ages. An original parody of E.L. James’ blockbuster 50 Shades of Grey, the controversial book turned musical is now on its second leg of its National […]

Exchange Indy Brings Kinfolk Together

Gathering around a table and sharing a well-cooked meal is one of the fastest ways to warm my heart. Whether you’re dining with family, friends, or new acquaintances, sharing a meal creates an opportunity to feel welcomed and a part of something special. It creates a natural platform for conversation and way to engage with […]

Ringing in my 24th year at Cooper’s Hawk

Today I turned 24 years young and was taken to a celebratory luncheon at the elegant Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant. Let me just say that it was the most d-e-licious lunch I’ve had the pleasure of eating in a looong time. The restaurant has a rustic vibe with its wine barrels and and exposed […]

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 […]

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 […]

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.

16th Annual Carmel International Art Festival

Over 125 juried artists exhibiting watercolor, oil, 2D, jewelry, photography, 3D, wood, sculpture, pottery, and more will be featuring their work at the 16th Annual Carmel International Arts Festival this weekend. Artists throughout Indiana and the US had to apply and be accepted to be featured at the event. Along with artists there will be […]

Fall Festival at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish & Irvington Brew Fest

This is without a doubt my favorite time of year! Lots of fall festivals, farmers markets, pumpkin patches and corn mazes. This coming Thursday through Saturday there will be a fall festival held in the heart of Historic Irvington. Come celebrate the start of fall at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish from 5 pm – […]

The Legend Classic Irvington Cafe is Legen– Wait for it… Dary

Season 9 of How I Met Your Mother premieres tonight and I’ve got Barney Stinson on the mind. Though it’s no MacLaren’s bar, I’m sure if Barney visited The Legend Cafe in Irvington he would deem it Legen–Wait for it…Dary. Located in the little strip across from the historic Irvington Theatre  sits this quaint cafe […]

Art Squared – Fountain Square

Make Art. Be Art. Buy Art. In Fountain Square this Saturday, September 21 you’ll get three amazing art events for free. Pedal and park will be available at 1015 Virginia Avenue. Make Art: Participate alongside artists, students, and neighbors to create your own work of art with Masterpiece in a Day. It is a free […]

Ford Hoosier Outdoor Experience

Grab your family and head over to Fort Harrison State Park this weekend for the ultimate Hoosier Outdoor Experience. On September 21 – 22 from 10 am – 6 pm you’ll be able to experience over 50 activities and 120 grassroots partners for free!  The weather should be perfect to get outside and experience everything […]