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About Mark McCarthy

Mark is a Junior at Butler University, majoring in Digital Media and minoring in Public Relations. Born and bred in Boston, Massachusetts, McCarthy is currently employed at a public relations firm in his hometown, The Rendon Group. He spent his summer helping to run their "Women 2 Women" international leadership conference. Click here to find out more about our Butler Bloggers program and the bloggers or click here to read posts written by the Butler students.

Sign Up For The Indianapolis Indians

Spring brings us some pretty great stuff after the dreary Indiana winter, not the least of which is another Indianapolis Indians season. Our Indians, located downtown at Victory Field, rival every other Indiana sporting event in value. For just $14 Read more >

Psycho Pacers In Playoffs

After missing the playoffs for four straight dismal seasons, NBA playoff basketball is back in Indiana. This year’s version of the Pacers are coming home to Conseco Fieldhouse down 0-2 in the first round to the Chicago Bulls, but have Read more >

Go The “Butler Way”

Winter has come, and brought with it shorter days, lower temperatures, and terrible driving conditions. However, in a season of depressing weather, we are given winter’s saving grace: Butler Basketball. Ever since 1928, the Men’s Butler Basketball team has played Read more >

Boogie Burger, Worth Dancing For

Indianapolis’ small in-town neighborhood of Broad Ripple is packed with great places to eat, and Boogie Burger may be its crown jewel. If you’re on a diet you may be hard pressed to find a suitable meal here, but if Read more >

“BRICS” Ice Cream, a Solid Choice

Brics, the Broad Ripple Ice Cream Station, is one of the best places to get ice-cream in Indianapolis. Located on the Monon Trail, just south of 64th Street, Brics is set in a beautiful blue building (the former Broad Ripple Train Depot when the Monon Trail Read more >

Not “Just” a Haircut

In desperate need of a haircut and stranded in the heart of downtown Indy, I ventured to a place I thought no man ever dare enter: a hair salon. “Just Hair”, located at 133 E. Ohio St., welcomed me into Read more >