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Clear your schedule for this month's First Friday line-up, and if those gas prices are thwarting you, then bicycle, car pool, walk or take a bus!
IndyCog and Sun King Brewery partnered on the annual 2 Wheels 1 City, an event that grows in proportion to the number of bicycles on the street these days.
Not only is it State Fair time, Gen Con
’s here, Cirque du Soleil’s performing “Dralion,” The Tarkington has its red carpet gala, AND it’s First Friday.
Local recycling service RecycleForce joins with Indy Winter Farmers Market in an effort to urge residents to recycle this week.
Markets in downtown Indy (at the City Market), Carmel (at the Carmel City Center) and Zionsville (at Traders Point Creamery) are up and running.
Circle City Sweets's Cindy Hawkins, whose buttery croissant is well worth the price, was the first in a new group of local vendors to open up in City Market.
On Saturday, hundreds of revelers enjoyed various vendors, musical offerings and locally brewed beer, celebrating Indiana Living Green and planet earth.
In its first year of operation (and just six months of programming), the Indy Trade School has hosted 78 single-session and series-length barter-supported classes.
Three Carrots opens in a space smaller than most home kitchens, where they're hoping to start veggie revolution in Indy.
We've got the skinny on Ezra's Enlightened Cafe, Indy's first raw vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO restaurant, plus 5 great vegetarian spots to try this weekend.
Plaintiffs from the cases set to be heard by the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals expressed their gratitude for the support they have received as they head to Chicago for Tuesday's oral arguments.
Two local Indianapolis organizations have received a major grant from Southwest Airlines and Project for Public Spaces. Learn all of the exciting things this means for our city.
2016 is the inaugural year for the Indianapolis City Market's Twilight Market, party in the evenings with live music, fresh food, and local beer, starting June 9.
Indianapolis is still a city known for our sports, but our food and drink scenes have rapidly grown and made names for themselves. So, if you're in town for the race, you'd be doing yourself a disservice if you didn't at least check out some the best cuisine Indy has to offer.
October is filled with a slew of events including Indiana's first Corn Maze Beer Fest, Festive-Ale, barrel-aged beers and more
Indianapolis' food and drink scenes are already being recognized nationally in 2017.