History

If your kiddos are interested in dinosaurs, they’ll like this new exhibit making a stop at The Children’s Museum.
Learn what makes a home historic and which neighborhoods have been around the longest.
From its famous window displays to the still-standing tea room, L.S. Ayres has been missed by Hoosiers.
Did you know Martin Luther King Jr. has ties to the Circle City? We’re sharing the story and ways to honor his legacy in Indy.
There’s finally a clear future for the infamous Kessler Mansion.
Why the Circle City scored 80 out of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
2023 is right around the corner.
We bet you haven’t heard this one before.
Ever wondered why the Circle Tower looks so different from its surrounding buildings?
Let’s play a game, Hoosiers.
Ghost signs are everywhere in the city, and we’re breaking down some of Indy’s most iconic ones.
Who is this mysterious character, where did he go, and why is he a figure in Indy?
We’re giving you everything you need to know about voting in the Circle City.
Celebrate Uncle Kurt this month with a number of activities.
We’re taking you on a field trip to some of the most notable headstones in the Circle City.
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.
Get to know the Indy icon.
We’re taking you on safari without ever leaving downtown Indy.
Our readers are proving to be the real Circle City savants around here.
How well do you know Indy? We’re bringing you some fun facts about the city and its history. If you’re a trivia master (or local enthusiast), give this a try.
Lorenda Carr is the co-owner of Dance Innovations and is showing the downtown Westfield building’s history before it has to be moved for road construction.
Try not to get spooked at these four Indy haunts.
Are you registered to vote? Do you know who’s on the ballot? We’re sharing everything you need to know to perform your civic duty.
The transit center used to serve thousands of Hoosiers monthly, right in the heart of downtown.
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