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We’re answering questions like “What is composting?” and “How do I compost in an apartment?”
If you’ve visited the Bottleworks District recently, the construction work being done on 20+ acres of the area is hard to miss.
From the father who loves a good snack to the dad who enjoys the outdoors, our Father’s Day Gift Guide will help you find the perfect gift this year.
To make the hot days a little more bearable, we’ve compiled a list of water spots to beat the heat.
The City of Indianapolis is working to expand its mental health crisis response, homeless outreach, and road improvement programs in the coming months.
Eat and Drink
If you’re a parent looking for a place that won’t mind loud (but in a cute way) kids or having trouble find a brewery that allows the whole family, this is the story for you.
From squid ink to ube, we’ve got you covered with a number of restaurants serving up some of Indy’s most trendy dishes in 2023.
The popular plant-based eatery closed last year and has been talking about compiling its best recipes into a cookbook ever since. Now it’s here.
Young chefs are a course away from an inspiring, instructional, and tasty summer.
Travel and Outdoors
The founders of Frank’s Livery are leading the way with Indy’s first river-based recreational watercraft rental at Riverside Regional Park, where a renewal of nearly 900-acres of parkland is underway.
The state’s largest outdoor music venue in the Indy area is getting some upgrades.
Pack your bags for a trip to one of these popular nonstop destinations. Plus, keep an eye out for new routes.
May is National Bike Month — so here’s where to buy a new bike if you don’t have one.
Real Estate
The people behind this development are also the ones behind the first shipping container home to go on the Indianapolis housing market.
We’re sharing how the Indianapolis Zoo transformed its public entry to be a more streamlined + an educational experience for first-timers and members alike.
This trail expansion will help link other new west side developments to downtown Indianapolis.
The Hogsett administration is taking over the financing of the $510 million hotel tower at Pan Am Plaza, but Indianapolis-based Kite Realty Group will stay on as the developer of the project.
Looking to make some extra cash this summer? We’re rounding up some local organizations in need of extra hands this season.
Since 2016, people who live outside of Monument Circle alone have been impacted by food deserts at an increase of 21%.
The unique name of this west side neighborhood has an even more unique history. Find out how it got its “venerable” status, who it’s named after, and where exactly it is.
We compare our previous Municipal Equality Index scores from the Human Rights Campaign... plus, how that score might change.
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