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The Wholesale Cultural District is home to the recently revamped Georgia Street, and is one of the most historic areas of the city. Below are the latest Wholesale District headlines.

Get Down On It: A Weekend Celebration on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail

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It was 12 years in the making, but the time had finally come. The much anticipated Indianapolis Cultural Trail opened Friday, May 10, 2013. The project’s official name is “Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick.” To celebration this long-anticipated milestone, organizers issued an open invitation to the public to attend the […]

Enjoy Fine Wine and Stimulating Conversation at the Indy Wine Fest

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 You don’t have to be a sommelier to love wine. Anyone can attend this year’s Ice Miller Indy Wine Fest, which will showcase both locally produced wines, as well as national and international vintages. The event will take place at The Grand Hall in Union Station at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Friday, March 2, […]

Feburary Events and Acts at Indianapolis Comedy Club, 2012

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Warm up this winter with a hearty laugh at any of these Indianapolis comedy clubs. Head to the Crackers Comedy Club in Broad Ripple Village or in Indianapolis downtown or Morty’s Comedy Joint on the north side of Indianapolis this February. Each club offers a different experience, but one thing is unchanging between them: hilarious […]

Earth House Collective Events, February 2012

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Earth House Collective is a hip Indianapolis downtown spot offering eclectic and affordable programming to Indianapolis people. From a community pot luck to Indianapolis music events and even a new film series, the Earth House Collective is a hub for indie entertainment in Indy. Here is a preview of what to expect in February 2012 […]

IDADA’s February First Friday 2012: Art for Super Bowl XLVI

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The first weekend in February is the moment all of Indianapolis has been waiting for since it was first announced that the Circle City would be hosting Super Bowl XLVI. Now that the New York Giants and the New England Patriots have fought for top spots at the Super Bowl, all that’s left to do […]

Super Bowl XLVI Events in Indianapolis: Venture Beyond Downtown

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As the finishing touches are put on the Super Bowl Village and the NFL Experience in Indianapolis downtown, other Indianapolis community organizations create Super Bowl fun beyond downtown. From high profile parties where Hoosiers can rub elbows with big name celebs to locally sponsored parties and events, there is something for everyone during Super Bowl […]

Summer 2011 Devour Downtown: August 8 to 21

Eating out can get expensive. If you’ve been denying yourself the joys of fine dining due to budgetary restrictions, its time to open your wallet. Devour Downtown offers Hoosiers a chance to take a taste of the Circle City with discounts and deals at dozens of Indianapolis restaurants. The Summer 2011 Devour Downtown runs from […]

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists Headline at Earth House

“Leave me where the kids are alright, and we will all go down together.” No doubt an apt theme for Ted Leo’s upcoming Indianapolis concert. Leo has been rocking crowds with his band The Pharmacists for more than a decade now. The alternative rock band makes its way to Indianapolis this week. Ted Leo and […]

July 4th, 2011: Indianapolis Celebrates Independence

The Fourth of July is upon Indianapolis once more. Many Hoosiers will celebrate the holiday with friends, family, barbecues and sparklers. Other Indianapolis people search for Fourth of July celebrations around town.  Indianapolis downtown comes to life this Monday, July 4, 2011 with Indianapolis attractions and Indianapolis events to celebrate the United States Independence Day. […]

2011 Indy Film Fest Sneak Peak at Sun King Brewery

In 2004, the Indy Film Festival brought something new to Indianapolis. This Indianapolis festival offers Hoosiers a chance to see the best of independent and innovative film making right in their own backyard. Held in mid July, this Indianapolis International Film Festival is a top Indianapolis event each Summer. For those of us who just […]

Ari Shaffir and Claude Stuart at Crackers Comedy Clubs

With locations in Indianapolis downtown and Broad Ripple Village, Crackers Comedy Club has prime Indianapolis real estate. This premiere Indianapolis nightlife spot brings hilarious stand up comics to the Circle City all year long. This week Ari Shaffir and Claude Stuart appear at Crackers Comedy Clubs in Broad Ripple and downtown respectively. Check out these […]

Crackers Comedy Club May 18 to 21

With two locations in Indianapolis, Crackers Comedy Club is the go to place for stand up in the Circle City. May 18 to 21 Crackers Comedy Club features Michael Loftus and Jim Short at their Broad Ripple Village and Indianapolis downtown locations respectively. These funny guys will cause Indianapolis people to chortle and giggle all […]

IDADA First Friday Art Walk Preview: April 2010

Indianapolis sports may be heating up this weekend as the Butler University Bulldogs prepare to compete in the Final Four in Lucas Oil Stadium of their hometown. But Indianapolis art stops for no one. This Friday, along with the myriad of Final Four events happening around Indianapolis, the monthly IDADA First Friday Art Walk connects […]

FCF Hoosier Holiday Gift Guide Day 9 A Gift That Takes Center Stage

‘Tis the season for giving, right? So we here at funcityfinder.com in Indianapolis felt that on top of giving you the best we’ve got when it comes to what’s going on in the Circle City, we will give you a little help in trying to find that perfect gift for the special someone on your […]

FCF Hoosier Holiday Gift Guide Day 3: Indy Eateries

‘Tis the season for giving, right? So we here at funcityfinder.com in Indianapolis felt that on top of giving you the best we’ve got when it comes to what’s going on in the Circle City, we will give you a little help in trying to find that perfect gift for the special someone on your […]

FCF Hoosier Holiday Gift Guide Day 1: the binding bee

‘Tis the season for giving, right? So we here at funcityfinder.com in Indianapolis felt that on top of giving you the best we’ve got when it comes to what’s going on in the Circle City, we will give you a little help in trying to find that perfect gift for the special someone on your […]

Indianapolis Symphonic Choir Carmina Burana

The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir present Carmina Burana this weekend at Clowes Memorial Hall on Butler University’s campus. Tickets range from $25.00 to $35.00 for adults, $15.00 to $20.00 for Indianapolis kids under the age of 18 and student with a student ID. Catch Carmina Burana this Saturday, October 17 at 8:00 pm or Sunday, October […]

Rebuilding the Old City Hall in Downtown Indianapolis: Hoosiers Keep on Keeping On

From the ongoing renovations in Fountain Square to the revamping of Fort Wayne’s downtown sector, Central Indiana continues to plough money into maintenance and refurbishing projects. One such project to improve state capital Indianapolis has to do with redeveloping the 1910 building that once was the home of the Indiana State Museum and City Hall […]

The Short List of the Best Yuppie Neighborhoods in Indianapolis

Young and up-and-coming professionals who are relocating, or are already residents of Indianapolis and contemplating a move here, may benefit from perusing the following list of neighborhoods. These sectors, considered by many to be the most advantageous in the Circle City for young professionals, have been culled from a longer list and included for their […]

New downtown Indianapolis “Legends District-SODO”

Serious plans are in the works to augment the Circle City with a seventh Indianapolis cultural district. The name of the project is Legends District–SODO. It is destined to become the largest and grandest development created by private investors in the history of Indianapolis. With a price tag of $480 million, the new Legends District–SODO […]

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