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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 […]

Westfield Makes Money Magazine’s List of Best Places to Live 2013

CNN’s Money Magazine took a look at small towns across the U.S. in 2013, looking not only for those with thriving economies, but those which were ideal places to raise a family. Plenty of “green space,” great schools and a strong sense of community were cited as top factors in deciding America’s top 50 small […]

Indianapolis Ranked Top U.S. City for College Graduates

Add one more reason to the list of reasons to live in Indianapolis. A recent study conducted by a prominent credit card comparison and financial education website found that Indianapolis is the best city in the country for new college grads. The study used data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. These data were […]

America’s Got Talent Auditions Coming to Indy January 25-26

Add another high-profile event to the city’s resume, because the producers of America’s Got Talent will be shooting live in Indianapolis January 25-26, 2014. Yes, Indianapolis has been added to the 2014 list of nationwide stops, where AGT will set up shop at the Indiana Convention Center for two days in search of the ‘next […]

Indianapolis Int’l Airport Debuts Expedited TSA Screening Program

Air travel just got a little quicker and easier at the Indianapolis International Airport. That’s because a new, expedited TSA screening program, which allows travelers to bypass the usual screening requirements, is making its U.S. debut at the Indianapolis International Airport. Under the new program, called TSA Pre Check™, you will be allowed to keep […]

Noblesville Voted 4th Best Small City in U.S.

When it comes to places to live, bigger isn’t always better. For many Americans, things like noise, traffic and a high cost-of-living are reason enough to seek out life on a smaller scale; which begs the question, “If not here, then where?” noblesville Try Noblesville, Indiana. This small city of roughly 55,000 was recently ranked […]

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: […]

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 […]

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 […]

Indy 5×5’s Final $10,000 Prize Awarded

This past Friday, 5 finalists participated in the last Indy 5×5 event of the year. Funded by CICF, the Efroymson Family Fund, and the Christel DeHaan Family Foundation, Indy 5×5 was formed to award $10,000 to winning ideas that foster community building and art-focused innovations in the city of Indianapolis. This year-long idea-pitching series calls […]

WARMfest: A Labor Day Weekend Music & Culture Festival

Though temps may be hot this coming Labor Day weekend, there’s an even hotter line-up coming to Broad Ripple Park for a three day music festival. WARMfest’s mission is to encourage the use of the White River as a recreational hangout space for the community by bringing together several local cultural entities and dozens of […]

Swag Truck: A Mobile Brand Experience

With the exponential growth of food trucks and pop-up shops, now more than ever, we are witnessing companies taking their business to the streets. It’s all about bringing your product to the customer which makes it easy and convenient for them and also makes your business stand out amongst competitors. Kelly Elsner, the founder of […]

Butler-Tarkington Homes, History, Facts & Photos

The Butler-Tarkington area of Indianapolis is one of the more sought-after places in which to own a home, with its historic architectural styles, strong home prices and rich community life. It is also one of the more historic neighborhoods in the city, with a history dating back to the mid-to-late 19th century. Map of Butler […]

Lower Indianapolis Gas Prices on the Horizon

Indianapolis residents have benefited in recent days from lower gas prices, a trend that is likely to continue as we approach a time of year when prices typically begin to rise. This will provide relief at the gas pump in addition to helping the economy as Indianapolis consumers spend a greater portion of their incomes […]

How SOPA Threatens to Bring Chinese-Style Censorship to Online Businesses

When a site like Wikipedia goes black you know something’s up. Legislation before the U.S. congress known as the “Stop Online Piracy Act” (a.k.a., SOPA) threatens to impose Chinese-style censorship on law-abiding U.S. website owners like Google, Ebay, Amazon and countless other websites by forcing them to monitor and censor all content uploaded to their […]

Free Child Care Business With Sale Of Buidling

Sounds unbelievable, but it’s true. The owners of this child care business will include the Child care business with the sale of a 6,889 sq. ft. building and 2 acres of land located just north of 75th street and just east of Keystone Ave next to Wall Mart, the Caprie Restaurant and the Gene B. […]

Westfield Indiana Facts, History and Things To Do

Westfield Homes for Sale If you are thinking of purchasing any of the Westfield homes for sale that are currently available, Mike Woods , broker/owner of msWoods Real Estate, llc has been selling Westfield homes and houses since 1988. In the beginning, people used to call to ask if  Ms. Woods was available to show […]

Jabberwocky: International Flair Highlights Women’s Stories of Immigration and Nationalization

You may not know it, but March is nationally recognized as Women’s History Month, a month to look back and contemplate the multitude of effects women have had on our society in addition to the struggles of equality many women face, even today. Despite all the efforts of the past few decades, women largely remain […]

Want To Win A SuperBowl Trip or Meet Payton Manning?

WANT TO WIN A SUPERBOWL TRIP? WANT TO MEET PEYTON MANNING? HOW ABOUT COLTS TICKETS? Give to United Way of Central Indiana TWO WAYS TO WIN Contribute a new gift of $100 or increase last year’s gift by $100 (give online or through your employer). * You could win a grand prize trip for two to […]

Special Values Abound at 2010 Indiana State Fair

INDIANAPOLIS – Double-dips can be fun when you’re talking about ice cream cones or roller coasters, but not when referring to a recession.  Indiana’s economy is still trying to rebound, and the Indiana State Fair knows Hoosiers need all the help they can get when trying to stretch their family entertainment dollar. The 2010 Indiana State […]