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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 >

Santa’s Big Arrival at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

The holiday season has arrived…and so has Santa! This past Friday Santa arrived at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis in style with none other than IndyCar 500 Pole-sitter Ed Carpenter! Santa’s speedy driver raced to the world’s largest children’s museum in Read more >

Circle of Lights: Five Things You Should Know Before You Go

Here in Indy, holiday lights and candy cane poles on our beloved Soldiers & Sailors Monument mean one thing: Circle of Lights® presented by the Contractors of Quality Connection and Electrical Workers of IBEW #481 is almost here!  On Friday, Nov. 29 come Read more >

Notable Names Performing at the Circle of Lights This Year

It’s definitely an all-star cast at this year’s Circle of Lights in downtown Indianapolis. Every year, people from all over Central Indiana (and visiting friends and family) gather around Monument Circle to watch the Mayor and a helper throw the Read more >