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Sunday's Tour de Coops highlights Indy's growing number of backyard chicken farmers; proceeds go to local nonprofits Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and IndyCog.
A few hundred people - most on bike - gathered at Broad Ripple Park and toured surrounding neighborhoods to check out backyard chicken coops and their denizens.
More photos from Sunday's Tour de Coops, during which more than 600 people - most on bike - checked out 14 backyard chicken coops and their denizens in Indianapolis.
So many bikers enjoyed the last ride in below-freezing temperatures, prospects are high that a festive spirit will dominate Ballard's upcoming Spring Fever 11-mile ride on Saturday.
Last Saturday, a few hundred bicyclers gathered at Broad Ripple Park, then rode for 11 miles to enjoy the day and celebrate Indy's ever-expanding bike lanes.
Musical Family Tree hosts Thee Tsunamis, Apache Dropout and the Art Adams band in Broad Ripple Park as a part of their Listen Local series.
WARMfest celebrates eco activism and music - much of it local.
All ages were welcome Labor Day weekend as the first White River Arts
Music festival (WARMfest) took place in Broad Ripple Park. Over 100 bands from all over came out and performed to families and good crowds.
The first annual three-day Warmfest took place over Labor Day weekend in Broad Ripple Park including food trucks, Indie Arts
Vintage Marketplace, and some good music.
Broad Ripple Park's first WARMfest took place over Labor Day weekend and seemed to be a big success with families, food trucks, and fun.
New album and more to come from Half Japanese.
Guitarist Mitch Mitchell says,
I guess I've got two great jobs. I get to play in a great band and I get to drive a big ol' truck around.
Barnes talks about his band's new documentary, which will screen Friday at WARMfest.
All these locals are getting warmed up.
An intro to all the WARMfest madness that's taken over our entire music section, and frankly, our lives.
The second annual WARMfest at Broad Ripple Park showcased some big names alongside local artists during Labor Day weekend.
A few thoughts about WARMfest, plus some beautiful photos from Bryan Moore.