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Indiana State Museum

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I’m not sure if you are taking advantage of the 12 FREE days in Indy or not, but if you aren’t … that’s just plain silly. On Monday there was free admission to the Indiana State Museum and since Maggie Read more >

The Tradition Continues…

As I have said so many times before, I am a fan of tradition. I love to live my life knowing that when a certain time of the year comes along, that there is something I always do with a Read more >

Walking the IMA

When I chose Butler University, I was eager to find local spots to visit that are both affordable and close to campus. So, it’s no surprise that I always plan on visiting the grounds and gardens of the Indianapolis Museum Read more >

#FeedIndy

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    Looking for a great way to make a difference this holiday season? Get involved with your local community and help Second Helpings #FeedIndy. Second Helpings, located downtown Indianapolis, is unlike any other hunger relief program in Indianapolis. Second Read more >

City Market

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The Indianapolis City Market is a hidden gem. After visiting myself I was surprised that I had not heard of it. Not only is it located in the center of downtown but it is also in the original, historic city Read more >

Sweet Surprises

Just before Thanksgiving break I was in downtown Indianapolis and decided I needed a little pick-me-up, and nothing gets you in a good mood like chocolate. I knew just the place to stop to satisfy this craving: South Bend Chocolate Read more >

Embrace Your Punk Roots at the Irving Theater

You’ve been to shows at Klipsch Music Center and the Egyptian Room at Old National Centre, but if you’re looking for a more intimate concert experience, look no further than the Irving Theater. Located in Irvington, a historic neighborhood on Read more >

The Nutcracker is Dancing Through Indiana

Tis the season! Once again the beautiful lights are hanging from the Soldiers and Sailors monument, lighted trees line the streets and holiday wreaths are hanging from street light poles. A cherished tradition by many families this time of year Read more >