Woodruff Place Annual Flea Market

Since 1977 the Woodruff Place neighborhood has hosted an annual flea market the first weekend in June. The expanse of the market is huge! With over 80 acres of bargains, food, and entertainment you’ll be sure to want to wear comfortable shoes. You could literally spend all day perusing the yards in this neighborhood for […]

Gardens for Growth

The community surrounding Englewood Church on the near Eastside has always amazed me with their generosity and the way they work as neighbors to share life together. On any given day you’ll find the neighborhood kids outside playing tag or ring-around-the-rosie, each week they hold a dinner that’s open to the community, and it’s not […]

Zumba Classes at Bishop Chatard High School

Looking to add something new to your fitness routine? Every Monday and Thursday Jessica Daugherty, a certified Zumba instructor, leads an energetic and exciting Zumba class in the gym at Bishop Chatard High School. What I love about Jess’s class is the mix of ages, fitness levels, and abilities. There really is something for everyone. […]

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

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 […]

LUNA Music: Your Local Indy Record Store

Indianapolis is all about promoting local artists and musicians. After all, the Circle City gets kind of a bad rap when compared with other nearby arts hubs like Bloomington and Chicago, so Indianapolis artists, musicians, and fans need to stick together. From D.I.Y., all ages Indianapolis music venues like The Dojo and ES Jungle to […]