Why the Circle City scored 80 out of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
Ever wondered how the magnificent holiday display in the center of downtown Indy came to be? We have architect Edward D. Pierre to thank.
After 85 years in business, The Vogue has transformed into one of the top destinations for music and live events in Indianapolis.
Explore the most haunted places around Indy — if you dare.
We’re getting ready for a once-in-a-lifetime event in Indianapolis.
We asked AI bot ChatGPT who would belong on Mount Rushmore if it were in our city to see if it aligns with what us Hoosiers think.
Are you registered to vote? We’re sharing everything you need to know to perform your civic duty.
Downtown Indianapolis has artifacts from the 9/11 attacks to honor those whose lives were lost.
The Old City Hall will be home to 21c Museum Hotel public art gallery + the new 32-story tower will be built as an extension of the hotel, plus additional house and mixed-use space.
Ever wondered how our canal, which connects so many important points in the city, was built? Here’s your mini history lesson.
Who’s a Hoosier? Let’s take a quick look at some possible origins of our famous name.
The prehistoric friends outside the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis required huge crews and tons of steel to make and install.
Sunday, Aug. 20 is Hoosier President Benjamin Harrison’s 190th birthday, so his former home turned living history museum is hosting tours to celebrate.
Whether you’re looking for your next leisure read, a book for the whole family, or a thrilling fictional novel, we’ve got a list of books written by local authors in Indy.
The baseball stadium that we know and love in downtown Indy opened 27 years ago — so we’re hitting the dug out to dig a little deeper into its history.
We’ve noticed a few things out of place around the Circle City + we’re sharing what we learned. Spoiler alert: gorillas, bat signals, and fragrant alleys are involved.
Consider these our Hollywood signs.
Looking to shop this weekend? Flipside Estates is hosting a tag sale with items from former Stutz Building owner + race car driver Turner Woodard.
Whether you’re a history buff, art aficionado, or sports fan, these 15 museums in Indy have it all.
We’re sharing everything you need to know about the catacombs under the historic downtown City Market and how you can see it for yourself.
There are plenty of ways to commemorate Juneteenth in Indy, including a celebration in Tarkington Park, a food festival, and a jubilee.
We’re sharing some of Indy’s most important spots for LGBTQ+ history and giving you a few ideas on how to celebrate Pride all year long.
We’re sharing fast facts to get you fueled up for the greatest spectacle in racing.
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.
Looking for an evening of suspense? Check out this trilogy of one-act plays based on the writings of three of the most celebrated masters of mystery.
If you’re looking to own a piece of Indy history, you might have to wait.
These Indy spots will definitely “razz your berries.”
Attend an event hosted by the Indiana Commission for Women and co-work for free today.
Indianapolis, IN has 200+ years of history. In this guide, we’re diving into the city’s oldest streets and how they got their names.
Indy’s oldest operating bar is undergoing some changes, but history will remain.
Think you know Indy like the back of your hand? We’ll see about that.
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