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 […]

1 February

Kelly Gets Fit in the City: Making a Splash in Water Aerobics

I inadvertently took a Water Aerobics class this week, which ended up being a good thing because my challenge of trying a new fitness class each week has been challenged by lack of time lately. So, when I went to swim laps at My Oasis (which used to be called Ladies Only) and the pool […]

22 January

You Don’t Know Jack: Ain’t No Cure for the Winertime Blues

According to my mother, this bit of a wintertime blues I’m going through isn’t just reserved for princesses like myself. We are well into the third week of the New Year and I don’t exactly feel rejuvenated nor do I feel resolved. I feel cold! I feel hungry! And just when I think I’m going […]

19 January

Amy’s Two Cents: So about Resolution #6

So we’re two weeks and some change into the brand spankin’ New Year and all of its Jan. 1 resolutions-and-promises-fresh-start-Pledge-polished shine. How’s it all goin’ for ya? Still hitting the gym, eating better, and being nice to everyone? If so: Good for you. And you are probably lying. Come on, it’s really hard to change […]

15 January

Kallie’s Keys to PDA: Makin’ Moves

It seems Kallie’s Keys to PDA has been MIA. What started out as a fall frenzie parlayed into the holidays and then there were more holidays, and pretty soon it’s been three months since I posted a column. So, here it is 2010 and I think it is appropriate to add writing regularly to the […]

22 December

The Great Green Hope: Artistically Inspiring Sustainability

Last week I had the pleasure of attending the installation of a public art display along I-70 and Holt Road. Graduate Student Kathryn Armstrong from the Herron School of Art and Design created a series of sculptures she has titled “Going Home.” The art is the final touch of a beautification project at the interchange […]

9 December

The Great Green Hope: Out of Pecha Kucha Emerges a Growing Space

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending “Pecha Kucha Vol. 7: The Next Indianapolis,” at The Toby in the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indyhub helped promote this free event as part of the Spirit & Place Festival and it was definitely a special night. The concept of Pecha Kucha (pronounced ”puh chock […]

24 November

The Great Green Hope: Local is the New Black

Have you’ve noticed an emphasis on the word ‘local’ recently? I sure have. Thinking back to my high school days, I remember bumper stickers in the parking lot with the phrase “Think Globally. Act Locally.” In other words, buying local is nothing new; however, it seems as if local is THE buzzword when it comes […]

3 November

The Great Green Hope: A Snuggie for Your Abode

I know it’s only the beginning of November, but I’m expecting a long winter at the Puckett home. A few months ago, my wife and I moved to what was previously known as “the guest room” of our house in order to turn our old room into a nursery. Why? Because the guest room is […]