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Hopwood Cellars Winery Offers Locally Made Wine in Zionsville

#ZionsvilleIN – Zionsville's brick main street is home to many businesses and restaurants, there's no short of small shops and locally produced goods on the historic street. The same is true if you linger off of main street, just shopping or eating … [Read More...]

Trader’s Point’s Tom + Chee Redefines Grilled Cheese

#Indianapolis – The grilled cheese sandwich is a classic. Simple, comforting and reminds you of home, grilled cheese creates a sense of nostalgia. Grilled cheese for me takes me back to the times where I was sick in bed and my mother would make me a … [Read More...]

3 Great Places to See Jazz in the Indianapolis

#Indianapolis – Jazz is a music genre which is organic and takes on the personalities of the musicians. Live jazz intensifies those qualities creating a musical ambiance which incorporates the live setting and players talking to each other through … [Read More...]

Georgia O’Keefe’s Southwestern Still Lives Visit to the IMA

Editor's Note: Due to the fact that the Indianapolis Museum of Art does not own all of the exhibit's art work, pictures could not be taken in the exhibit. #Indianapolis – Art can be a way for people to experience cultures and emotions which they … [Read More...]

My Brightest Diamond Plays Luna Music

#Indianapolis – In-store performances by artists are a different kind of live performance. The bright lights, the robust stage, the impending encore, all the traditional elements of a live performance are stripped out. What remains is an intimate … [Read More...]

Indy Reads Books: More Than Just a Bookstore

Tucked in the far corner of Mass Ave lies my very favorite place in Indianapolis. Indy Reads Books is so much more than just a bookstore. One step inside, and you're instantly transported to — well, I don't know what. It almost feels like you … [Read More...]

Petite Chou Bistro and Champagne Bar Restaurant Review

Petite Chou is a bistro-style restaurant in Clay Terrace, a spinoff of the popular Cafe Patachou. But while Patachou is a little more casual, Petite Chou has a classy, French-inspired style. Maybe it’s the “champagne bar” part that … [Read More...]

Mile Square Coffee Roastery Provides Global Coffee Tastes to Indianapolis

#Indianapolis – Morning routines are a race to prepare yourself for the day's tasks, everyone's routine varies, but for some people one essential step in their routine involves fueling up with coffee. Simple, with a warm aroma and caffeinated, … [Read More...]

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6 Reasons to Buy 2015 Indians Tickets Now

#Indianapolis – The Indianapolis Indians wrapped up their 2014 season with win and record crowds. Now that the 2015 calendar has already announced, you should plan to be a part of it next year! The Indianapolis Indians 2015 schedule kicks off in April with 9 … [Read More...]

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