Please excuse our dust. We're currently working to bring you an even better newsletter. Over the next couple weeks, you may see some things that are still in the works. We're excited for you to see what we've been up to.
Queue these up — we think you’ll feel right at home. | Photo by Adrian Korte via Unsplash
Every good story needs a soundtrack, and ours is no exception. We could just pick one — but you know we love a deep dive.
Every Noise at Once is Spotify’s algorithmically generated scatter plot of music genres, from “German dark minimal techno” to “neo-trad doom metal” to “classical saxophone quartet,” and literally everything in between.
Here’s where Every Noise sorts some of our favorite local artists, plus national acts from the same genre — perfect for a walk on the Monon Trail.
Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s | Indy indie Spotify recommends:
IndyHub Welcome Party | Thursday, March 16 | 5-8 p.m. | Nevermore, 39 W. Jackson Pl., Indianapolis | Free | Enjoy live music, local sips, and snacks while connecting with some of the city’s greatest organizations, people, and places.
Friday, March 17
St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Tent Party | Friday, March 17 | 9 a.m.-3 p.m. | Meridian Street and North Street, Indianapolis | Free | Check out the longstanding St. Patrick’s Day tradition, complete with parade floats, marching bands, bagpipes, and community organizations.
Stroller Club | Friday, March 17 | 10-11 a.m. | Tuggle’s Gifts and Goods, 1029 Virginia Ave., Indianapolis | Free | Join Fountain Fletcher District for its monthly walk to socialize and bond with neighbors.
Indy Fuel vs. Toledo Walleye | Friday, March 17 | 7 p.m. | Indiana Farmers Coliseum, 1202 E. 38th St., Indianapolis | $16-$60 | Celebrate hockey, faith, and fellowship as you enjoy endless burgers, hot dogs, and popcorn – all free with a game ticket.
We have a calendar filled with events and activities you can plan for in advance. Click the button below to bookmark ideas for upcoming date nights, family outings, and time with friends.
Expect detours for ~3 weeks at several Red Line stations add rubber rails and repour concrete as part of the $5.1 million “Red Line Enhancement Project.” The impacted areas include Shelby Street, Raymond Street, and Pleasant Run stations. Get the details. (WRTV)
Hamilton County will be welcoming a new Mexican chain in the coming months. Crazy King Burrito — a US franchise of an eatery that began on a Mexican island — is expected to open locations in Carmel, Fishers, and Westfield. The first one opens on Thursday, June 1 at 13756 N. Meridian St. (IBJ)
Two new businesses are entering the Fountain Fletcher District soon. OVA Lofts will open boutique salon suites and draft will start up its space for creatives this spring. Follow the businesses on social media for updates.
$99,000. That was the average salary of a construction manager in 2021. Interested in starting a career in the field? Starting this fall, the University of Evansville will offer a four-year Bachelor of Science in construction management degree, which will be housed in UE’s School of Engineering and Computer Science. Learn more + apply. 🏗️*
AG1 by Athletic Greens is so much more than “greens.” With one scoop, AG1 empowers the gut for whole-body health. (And, ICYMI, we can’t achieve a healthier everything else without a healthy gut.) Try it and receive a free one year supply of vitamin D and 5 free travel packs.*
Did you know our online store Six & Main features Sourhouse, a company that creates simple tools for sourdough bakers to care for their starters? The Goldie by Sourhouse + Cooling Puck is one of the most popular items. Let’s start baking. 🍞
It’s time forbiscuits with the boss. Season three of “Ted Lasso” premieres today only on Apple TV+, which means AFC Richmond is hitting the pitch and Jason Sudeikis will surely have somefeel-good life advice for us. Bonus: Get your first week free when you sign up to stream.
Cut down your travel time with TSA PreCheck. | Photo via Pexels
Planning a spring getaway? Don’t forget to add TSA PreCheck enrollment to your pre-vacay to-do list.
The government program provides an expedited security lane at 200+ airports for travelers that pass a security screening — which includes a short application and a 10-minute in-person enrollment appointment — and are given a Known Traveler Number. Bonus: The screening is good for five years and costs $78.
The main benefit of enrolling? Save time when traveling. Recent data found that 96% of TSA PreCheck passengers spent less than five minutes at airport security checkpoints.
Attention movie-goers and car enthusiasts: The Tibbs Drive-In Theatre announced it will open for the 2023 season on Friday, March 17. The schedule will include double features like “Creed III"/"Devotion” and “Cocaine Bear"/"Knock at the Cabin.” The venue will be open Friday-Sunday with gates opening at 7 p.m. Get your tickets.