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Indianapolis Scottish Highland Games and Festival 2013

We were in luck for this year’s Indianapolis Scottish Highland Games and Festival — it was warm and sunny, and not the typical fall weather you get in the middle of October. The beer and Irn Bru were flowing, the Read more >

Downtown Indianapolis, Day 2

After a long, long day in Downtown Indianapolis the day before, my daughter and I decide we’re going to sleep in and finish off day 2 of our trip in a more relaxed manner. On the schedule for today is Read more >

The Indiana Scottish Highland Games and Festival 2012

I love all things Scottish (except maybe the shorter life span). I love bagpipe music. I love Scottish TV. I even love haggis — a mixture of sheep’s liver, lungs, and heart, with barley and other spices. It’s served in Read more >

Third Annual Dig IN Taste of Indiana Festival August 26th in Indianapolis

If you’re a fan of locally grown food, you’ll want to check out the third annual Dig IN, A Taste of Indiana, which showcases our state’s top chefs, growers, producers, brewers, and wineries on August 26th at White River State Read more >

The Dixie Swim Club at Beef & Boards Theatre

As a theater goer, you have to be careful when the words on the playbill say “touching,” “heartfelt,” or “poignant,” because some time during the evening, someone is going to cry. I started my third year of attending Beef & Read more >

Beef and Boards’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ Fills With Christmas Spirit

I was worried about how Beef and Board would do A Christmas Carol in one hour, especially with songs and music. It’s always a two-hour show when they show the Patrick Stewart (aka Captain Jean-Luc Picard) playing Ebenezer Scrooge version Read more >

Indianapolis Rib America Festival, September 2 – 5

Blind Melon, the Doobie Brothers, KC and the Sunshine Band, REO Speedwagon, and pounds and pounds of barbecued ribs? You’re only going to find it at the Indianapolis Rib America Festival, September 2 – 5 at Military Park in downtown Read more >

Indianapolis’ Stutz Art Space Features Art Inspired by Music

The Stutz Art Space is exploring the space between our ears and our eyes. That is, what can we see that was inspired by what we hear? Starting July 1 and running through July 29, the Stutz Art Space will Read more >

Stutz Artists Association Open House, April 29 & 30, 2011

It’s a couple months early, but it’s time to start planning for the Stutz Artists Association and their 18th annual open house, April 29 and 30, 2011. During the open house, more than 70 artists will open their studios to Read more >