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 […]

28 September

Hello Neighbor! | Englewood Village: a recap

I recently attended Indy Hub’s last Hello Neighbor! tour of the summer and I continue to be surprised by the hidden gems of Indianapolis. The final tour explored Englewood Village, located at East Washington Street and Oxford. We met at Indy Reads on Mass Avenue for a brief chat before hopping on our bikes to […]

31 August

Hello Neighbor! | Speedway: A recap

Hello Neighbor! | Speedway: A recap

Last week I attended Indy Hub’s Hello Neighbor walking tour of the Town of Speedway. The summer series takes you to Indianapolis neighborhoods to introduce you to the people that know their community best. It is a fun-filled evening guaranteed to make you want to come back, share with your friends, and will leave you […]

12 May

Why IndyVolved is the Event You Won’t Want to Miss

Why IndyVolved is the Event You Won’t Want to Miss

“Are you going to IndyVolved?” During the month of May, I pose this question to just everyone I know that is a young professional in Indianapolis. Most of the time they say yes, but for those few I encounter who do not know what IndyVolved is, I launch into a short state of shock followed […]

12 June

Write Up on IndyHub’s Garfield Park Neighbor Tour

Write Up on IndyHub’s Garfield Park Neighbor Tour

When I heard IndyHub was bringing the Hello Neighbor! series to Garfield Park, I thought to myself “that’s pretty close to where I work.” Indeed, I drive by Garfield Park along Raymond Street on a regular basis. And while I have been to the park on several occasions, I welcomed the opportunity to learn more […]

13 November

A Follow up on Awkward Conversations

A Follow up on Awkward Conversations

Last night we hosted Awkward Conversations with Mosaic City as a part of the 2014 Spirit and Place Festival. Our hope was to bring people together in a welcoming space to have real conversations about hard stuff. You know, those not-so-simple things like race, culture, sexuality, gender, the times we’ve felt or have been treated […]