17 March

CirclingtheCity.com helps attract young professional talent to Indianapolis

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IndyHub is unveiling its newest project, CirclingtheCity.com, an interactive Website designed to persuade Creative Class talent to relocate to Indianapolis. Funded by the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, the site will be available at no cost for all area businesses and others working to attract top talent from other cities. “Indianapolis has come a long way over […]

16 March

Kallie’s Keys to PDA: Work is a Team Sport

This is my favorite time of year. Thankfully, my seasonal affective disorder has melted away with the snow and has since been replaced with an eager anticipation for March Madness. We Hoosiers are awfully lucky; we’re known for our contributions to the world of hoops and our own Circle City is hosting the NCAA Men’s […]

10 March

Kelly Gets Fit in City: Reformed by the Pilates Reformer

I don’t know about anyone else, but I think the Pilates Reformer resembles a torture apparatus, with its cables, bars, straps, pulleys, strings and its sliding platform. So, when IndyHub’s very own Molly Chavers, an instructor with Invoke, invited me to try it out as part of my weekly challenge, I was feeling a bit […]

8 March

Suz in the City: Revisiting Beef & Boards

There is something different to do in Indianapolis (that’s not new but may be forgotten) called Beef & Boards. I had gone there years and years ago (as a child) with my parents and remembered having a good time. When my girlfriend, Kelly, asked if Bryan and I would like to go see The Foreigner […]

18 February

You Don’t Know Jack: I dumped myself on Valentine’s Day

The guy next to me is reading playboy on US Airways flight 3032 from Washington DC to Indianapolis. The driver of a pretty nice shiny black town car doused himself in what I imagine Sex Panther smells like prior to driving me to the airport. I dumped myself on Valentine's Day. I'm not quite sure […]

15 February

Kelly Gets Fit in the City: Wii that was a fun workout

A week filled with snow storms and cancelled school seemed like an easy excuse for me not to go out in the cold and find a new weekly class to try. However, mid-week I felt guilty about not holding true to my challenge of doing a new fitness class each week. So, I decided to […]

12 February

Suz in the City: I Guess I’m a Hillbilly?

I was watching one of my favorite shows, House, last week, and one of the main characters encountered an opossum in his tub. As this opossum is referenced here and there for the remainder of the episode, my husband walks into our room. I said, Hey, check this out! They’re mispronouncing possum on this show! […]

4 February

Indianapolis’ & New Orleans’ young professional communities place wager on Super Bowl XLIV

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IndyHub, an organization for young professionals in Indianapolis, and Young Leadership Council (YLC) of New Orleans have placed a friendly, and artistic, wager on Sunday’s meeting between the Indianapolis Colts and the New Orleans Saints. With a slight twist on the traditional mayoral bet, the victorious city will be the one packing up goods to be […]

2 February

IndyHub release iPhone app

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IndyHub, an organization for Indianapolis young professionals, has launched a free iPhone application. The IndyHub iPhone app enables iPhone and iPod Touch users to find and RSVP to upcoming events. IndyHub organizes two to three events each month, ranging from social to professional development and civic to philanthropic. Examples of upcoming events include: a casual […]