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Corvettes for Cancer 2015 Road Rally

The 2015 Corvettes for Cancer Road Rally will take place this year on June 26-July 2. Taking drivers (you don’t need to own a Corvette to participate) from Watkins Glen Speedway to the National Corvette Museum stopping at 4 race tracks along the way – Watkins Glen International, Pocono Speedway, Mid-Ohio Racetrack, Indy 500, and […]

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 straight days of home games. That means the Indianapolis Indians […]

Indians Win and Attendance Record Set

#Indianapolis #Indiana – The Tribe closed their regular season at home Saturday night with a 4-2 victory over the  Columbus Clippers, and a 5-year record high fan attendance.  The Tribe now stands at 72-70 for the season, and are currently in second place in the International League West (second only to Clippers themselves, who stand at […]

Who’s Napping Now?

Indianapolis used to be called “Nap Town” for it’s sleepy demeanor. As recently as 25 years ago, downtown Indianapolis was shuttered up and locked down after the business crowd left at 5:00pm and weekends could be described as “ghost town.” Oh, how times have changed! No one can accuse Indianapolis of napping any more. Just […]

Fever Coach Lin Dunn Honored, Fever Move on to Playoffs

Indiana Fever coach Lin Dunn coached the last regular season game of her distinguished career Saturday night at Banker’s Life Fieldhouse. Before the Fever took down the Chicago Sky, Coach Dunn was honored before her colleagues and a crowd of over 10,000 fans. At center court, Coach Dunn was in the spotlight. Remarks were made […]

Pacers Trivia for All the Bandwagon Jumpers

Well, the Indiana Pacers are still in the playoff race, though I’d hoped that by this point they would be on to round 3. Nevertheless, if you are new to the ranks of the Pacers faithful, here is some handy trivia to help you give the impression that you’ve been “Blue Collar, Gold Swagger” all […]

Pacers, CIB Agree to 10-Year Extension

The Indiana Pacers aren’t going anywhere—not after agreeing to a 10-year extension that will help the team remain financially competitive in what is one of smallest markets in the league. The deal is certainly a victory for the Pacers, who just one day prior clinched the NBA’s Eastern Conference’s No. 1 seed by beating the […]

3 Great Places to Watch March Madness

“Everywhere else, it’s just basketball…but this is Indiana!” I’m not sure who was the first to say that, but if you’ve been in Indiana during the month of March, you understand. In the great Hoosier state, basketball is practically a religion and the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, affectionately know as “March Madness,” is the greatest […]

Colts Sign Former Cleveland Browns Linebacker D’Qwell Jackson

Colts general manager Ryan Grigson didn’t wait long to make a splash in free agency. The latest acquisition: Former Cleveland Browns inside linebacker D’Qwell Jackson. The price tag: $22 million with $11 million guaranteed over 4-years. There will be skeptics who argue this was too much to pay a 30-year old player who the Browns […]

Supercross in Indianapolis: Photos and Results

I’ve been going to Supercross in Indianapolis for more than 10 years, but this one was a little different for me. Maybe it was the fact that I took three kids with me this time. Maybe it was the fact that with Chad Reed out, I had no rider to fangirl over. Maybe it was […]

Pacers Blowout Nuggets 119-80, Still Own League’s Best Record

After a huge letdown in in Orlando on Sunday, the Pacers rebounded—no pun intended—on Monday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, turning in their best offensive performance of the season in a 119-80 over the Nuggets. It all started with David West, who came ready to play from the start. He put up 25 points in […]

Nuclear Cowboyz Flying High This Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium

Nuclear Cowboyz®, a high-energy circus performance combining traditional circus skills with a choreographed storyline, will be taking place downtown this Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. The world’s most dominant freestyle performers, including: stilt walkers, fire breathers, riders and martial artists, will perform an action-packed show that will feature over 1000 gravity-defying, gut-wrenching stunts. This is […]

Pacers Thrash Orlando Magic 98-79 with Dominant Defense

Lost in the glare of the Indianapolis Colts’ almost premature return to contention is an Indiana Pacers team that has unequivocally become a contender. Moreover, a case can be made that this team has rebuilt itself into the NBA’s version of the Seattle Seahawks: A game-wrecking defensive team capable of shutting down even the best […]

Best Places In Indy to Watch the Big Game

Latitude 39 : Their state of the art HD Sports Theater is the second best thing to actually being at the game. With a 12 ft jumbotron and 13 HD TV’s broadcasting the game in HD in a 180 seat theater, you really can’t get much closer to the action. 4016 E 82nd St, Indianapolis, […]

Harlem Globetrotters Bring High-Flying Antics to Bankers Life Fieldhouse January 20

There’s regular basketball, and then there’s the Harlem Globetrotters. It might as well be the difference between C-SPAN and TMZ, because these guys take basketball to a whole new level, with a game that is as comedic as it is mesmerizing. Their 2014 tour includes a stop at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Monday, January 20. […]

Colts Mount Historic Comeback in Improbable 45-44 Win Over Chiefs

There they were, on the precipice of disaster, staring into the abyss. Down 38-10 with 27 minutes remaining in the second half, some Colts fans had already begun to leave, and who could blame them? The game was over. The Colts couldn’t possibly comeback from this one. But come back they did. Final score: 45-44 […]

Colts Finish Regular Season Strong as Playoffs Loom

The Indianapolis Colts took care of business Sunday versus the Jacksonville Jaguars. With the AFC’s 2nd seed still up for grabs at the time, there would be no resting starters, and no taking the foot off the gas. Though the scoreboard showed a final score of 30-10, the game was never even that close. The […]

Colts Beat Chiefs 23-7. Peaking at Right Time? Maybe.

Two short weeks ago, the Colts had the look of a one-and-done playoff team. Crushing losses versus St. Louis, Arizona and Cincinnati will do that. But after two very impressive performances, most recently a 23-7 hammering of the Kansas City Chiefs, they now have the look of a team that may be peaking at just […]

Colts Make It to Promised Land, Finally Reach End Zone in First Half

After 40 years in the desert, the Colts finally made it to the promised land. OK, it wasn’t QUITE 40 years, but it sure felt that way. That’s because the they did something on Sunday that had eluded them in their last 38 possessions: Score a touchdown in the first half of a game. The […]

Pacers-Heat Game Sets All-Time Viewership Record

It wasn’t too long ago that the Indiana Pacers were one game away from advancing to the NBA’s Eastern Conference Championship game. Fans everywhere were captivated by a matchup between the seemingly underdog Pacers and a Miami Heat team that was widely viewed as the best team in the league. It was Rocky Balboa vs. […]