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Indianapolis Chinese Festival, September 8, 2012

Indianapolis will host the fifth annual Indianapolis Chinese Festival on September 8, 2012, at Military Park in downtown Indianapolis. The festival is hosted by the Indianapolis Mayor’s Office, and is organized by several local Chinese cultural and educational organizations. Chinese Read more >

Indy Architects’ Home Tour September 22, 23 Gives Visitors Insight to New Architectural Designs

If you’ve ever wanted to see inside of some of the best-designed homes in Indianapolis, now’s your chance. The annual Indy Architects’ Home Tour happens from 1:00 – 5:00 pm, on September 22 – 23, 2012. This year’s self-guided tour will include Read more >

Second Thursdays on Georgia Street in Indianapolis Start in August

A lot of cities have First Friday or Second Saturday events, where people can check out the area art galleries, see some art, and hang out with friends that night. It’s a once a month thing, and a chance to Read more >

What’s Happening in Downtown Indy on the 4th of July

What’s happening on Wednesday, July 4 in Downtown Indianapolis. Indianapolis Downtown Inc. sent a list of things going on in the city that evening, including the Donato’s Downtown Freedom Blast, the city’s awesome fireworks display. Indiana War Memorial There are Read more >

I’ll Have a Side of Theatre with My Dinner

During a visit to Poland this past year, I was fortunate to have a host with a reverent passion for classical music. He shared with my sister and I Poland’s rich musical history and the great work of Polish composer, Read more >

Tastings – A REAL Wine Experience

Sure, you’ve had your fair share of glasses of wine; you’ve taken tours of some of the finest wineries in the area; you’ve tasted more different types of wine than you can count on your hands; but have you ever Read more >

Red/Black Exhibit at the Eiteljorg Museum

Indiana Black Expo’s Summer Celebration is right around the corner. There are many fantastic programs and events scheduled, but one that might not come to mind is the Red/Black exhibit at the Eiteljorg Museum. This is a ground-breaking exhibit that Read more >