Alice in Groceryland

Inside the Needler’s Fresh Market on N. New Jersey St. downtown Indy shoppers picked and scanned their Thursday evening provisions. Outside an October cold front was descending upon the adjacent courtyard, sounding an early winter warning as a band of culture-minded individuals assembled their projector, ...



The food scene is continuing to grow in Indiana with a new fast-casual, sit-down restaurant coming to Noblesville. Missouri-based restaurant Pickleman’s Gourmet Café is expected to open its first Indiana location early next year.  While the restaurant is well-known for its freshly baked chocolate ...


Women Own Their Bodies: Indy’s March Against Texas

“I’m sick and tired that after almost 50 years we are back here in the rain marching to protect women’s reproductive rights,” shouted Indiana’s own Dana Black into the crowd at Indy’s Women’s March.  On Saturday, October 2, women across the state of Indiana appeared in front of the city-county ...


Woodruff Place Flea Market Resumes After COVID-19 Delay

The Woodruff Place Flea Market took place on October 2nd and 3rd. The flea market, normally held in the first week of June, was postponed this year due to COVID-19. The market held a variety of different items, from the vintage dishware and clothing of the neighborhood’s inhabitants, to ice cream ...


City Market Catacombs open for tours amid pandemic

It is noon, and the Indianapolis City Market is filled with people grabbing lunch. I spot a sign that says, “Catacomb tour this way,” which points me up a staircase toward the Indiana Landmarks booth. There, I meet up with guide Craig Barker and a small group of masked tour-goers. Barker begins ...


Comedy During Covid

Many have been searching desperately for entertainment during the pandemic. Since bars, restaurants and other venues closed, it left many looking for plans on a Friday night, this time from home. A favorite thing to do before the pandemic was going to comedy shows with friends. It was always a good ...


Local Restaurants to Support During COVID-19 Social Distancing

On March 16, all Indiana restaurants and bars were closed through the end of the month, excluding takeout and delivery. On March 23, Gov. Holcomb, issued an executive order directing Indiana residents to stay at home and avoid all but essential activities outside the home. With all the closures because ...


Eiteljorg Welcomes Blind Artist Michael Naranjo

  The Eiteljorg Museum will host talks with sculptor Michael Naranjo Friday and Saturday to discuss his featured exhibit “Please Touch”. Naranjo’s exhibit opened at the museum Jan. 18, but visitors will be able to meet with Naranjo at three different events to hear more about his artwork. ...


Winterlights at Newfields Welcomes Us to Holiday Season

“Winterlights”, presented by Bank of America, has returned to Newfields this season from Nov. 23 through Jan. 5. The event welcomed nearly 110,000 guests last year and will draw even more people in this season with tickets rapidly selling out. Almost half of the event’s visitors haven’t even ...


Eiteljorg Presents Contemporary Native Art

A new exhibit was unveiled at the Eiteljorg Museum on Nov. 16, featuring Native American contemporary art. “Blurring the Line” features artists such as Rita Letendre, Hannah Claus and Matthew Kirk showing modern art influenced by their native culture. A piece, “Impact II” by Rita Letendre, ...

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