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It's Earth Day weekend, Indy! Time to get out and enjoy Mother Earth, as well as the rest of the weekend's A
E offerings in visual arts, theater, film and...boxing!
While ten-time winner Eagle Creek Park still holds the record for most wins in this category, White River State Park and Downtown Canal won la…
As the city takes much-needed steps to improve the quality of Indy's water, local advocacy groups urge less contamination and consumption.
Earth Day Festival celebrated at White River State Park with beautiful weather, music, and green vendors.
The cancellation of the Family Arts Series at White River State Park led also to the cancellation of the popular Shakespeare on the Canal summer series.
Sunday's Dig-IN event at White River State Park boasts 31 restaurants, numerous wineries, artisan farmers, craft brewers and more.
Leaders from the Indiana food community will be on hand to speak about a cornucopia of culinary topics at Sunday's Dig-IN event at White River State Park.
Sunday's Dig-IN event at White River State Park featured 31 restaurants, numerous wineries, artisan farmers, craft brewers and more.
Eighty degrees, sunny and dry was the order of the day as 5,000 hungry gastronauts strolled the grassy thoroughfares of White River State Park.
On Sunday, hundreds of walkers raised awareness and funds for cystic fibrosis. The walk began in White River State Park and looped through Downtown's Canal area.
Heartland Actors Repertory Theatre returns to White River State Park this weekend having secured new funding sources to keep their Shakespeare series alive.
Ryan Artzberger's bombastic Iago and David Alan Anderson's evenly-played Othello would've made HART's return to the park a success if not for untenable pacing issues.
From African-American heritage walks along the canal and the grand kickoff, to fly fishing, river cleanups, green policy workshops and bird walks ... the White River Fest celebrates Indy's heart.
Metric and Cake performed at The Lawn at Klipsch Music Center as part of day one of X-Fest.
The Avett Brothers bring their reliably energetic act -- and polished new album -- to the Lawn.
Jangly, happy Icelandic pop would have made a great 45-minute set, but an hour was pushing it.
O.A.R. performs on the Lawn this Saturday.
New Dig-IN executive director Rob Gaston spells out long-term goals (year-round, farmer-centric programming) and previews Sunday's fest at White River State Park.
Rock band O.A.R. (Of A Revolution) performed at White River State Park on Friday alongside opening acts LP and Red Wanting Blue. Here's some shots from photographer Jenn Goodman.
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.
It's cycling season and while some people may brave the car-laden roads, Indianapolis has plenty of biking trails for the less adventurous riders. In the fourth installment of a series, we've compiled a few stops for food and drink along the most picturesque part of downtown Indianapolis