21 June

Invest in the arts, invest in Indy’s future

I believe that we are of a generation that has the potential to show unprecedented support for the arts in Indianapolis and I hope you will consider joining the effort. I moved to the Indianapolis area about a year ago and the most profound thing that has struck me is how accessible the arts are […]

20 June

Embracing diversity in Indy

My fellow Hoosiers! What comes to mind when we think of the culture of Indianapolis? Sports, Art, Music, Food, Festivals… and of course, some of our most popular neighborhoods and attractions such as: Broad Ripple Village, Massachusetts Avenue, Fountain Square, The Canal & White River State Park, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis Museum of Art; all […]

14 June

Why I’m IndyVolved

Why I’m IndyVolved

We keep hearing (and IndyHub’s research tells us), that people are more likely to stay and thrive in a place where they can contribute to the community. Being able to draw that connection to your neighborhood makes its problems (and successes!) yours. For over a decade, IndyVolved has been able to help 20- and 30-somethings […]

5 June

Check out downtown’s newest homes at Indy Rama

Summer is officially upon us, and there is no shortage of things to do in Indy. This past Sunday, we had the opportunity to check out Indy Rama during its opening weekend and let me tell you, it did not disappoint! The weather was gorgeous, so we decided to ride our bikes. All the homes […]

2 June

Where to find nature close to downtown

Where to find nature close to downtown

Where can you go when you want to escape the city life? Here are my top five favorite nature escapes when I need to blow off some steam after a long work week and hit the trails. These spots are also perfect for just sitting and relaxing while soaking in the sights, scents and sounds […]

30 May

Midday Croquet at Wicket World

Last year was my first experience attending and playing in the annual Wicket World of Croquet : A Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site Event. When the invitation slid across my desk and I read “most fashionably unique event, complimentary beverages…all to support high-impact educational programming,”  I immediately signed up and began ordering my best white attire! It […]

26 May

1828 Spotlight: Joe Hamgeri

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The 1828 Project is one of our signature programs at IndyHub and each year it’s full of incredible leaders between the ages of 18 and 28. Joe is a part of 1828’s Class VI. We sent him some questions. He responded. Keep reading to learn more about Joe! How do you spend your days? Every day is a little […]

20 May

IMS + Porch Party Indy

IMS + Porch Party Indy

There’s something to be said about moments where you get to nestle up to close friends or meet friends of friends, all while you crack open your favorite beverage. (champagne, anyone?) It’s mid-May, and among all things race-related, we’ve officially hit porch season here in Indy. Porch parties are meant to open up a world […]