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Fish, ride and more at Fort Harrison

Lake at Fort Harrison State Park

Cities can cause claustrophobia in me, especially in the summertime. I grew up in the Chicago area, and my family and I loved to escape on vacation to a campground or lake where we could be outside and not surrounded by buildings. When I started feeling this same need in Indy, I drove out to Fort […]

Indianapolis’ Earth Day Festival: A Long Standing Tradition

Indianapolis Earth Day Festival 2014

Earth Day is an important American holiday that marks the anniversary of the modern environmental movement that began in 1970. The hippie and flower –child culture of the 1960’s was at its high point in 1970’s. When most people think of hippies and flower children they often associate them with drugs and tree huggers. Yet […]

Tasting Havana

The Taste of Havana, in Broad Ripple, brings a Cuban flavor to Indy.

If you have never tried the fruity perfection that is the guava, run to the Taste of Havana and order a guava and cream cheese sandwich, because there is no better way to introduce yourself. And if you’ve never had a Cuban sandwich, you should be immediately running to this small, fantastic Cuban restaurant. Taste of […]

Three One-Stop Dates in Indianapolis

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With our family calendar filled with school and sport activities, stealing away for a date is not an easy accomplishment. As much as we’d like to linger over a three or four course meal, and then leisurely take in entertainment of some kind, we don’t usually have that much time. Thankfully, with an array of […]