13 January

Zoolala Celebrates 5 Years

One of Indy’s most fabulous young professional fundraising events—Zoolala—will celebrate its fifth year on Saturday, Jan. 28. By partying for a purpose, young philanthropists have raised more than $200,000 to support the Zoo’s mission. Because the Zoo receives no direct tax revenue, fundraising events such as Zoolala are vital to the continued growth of the […]

9 January

Student Voices: Eating where the locals eat

Student Voices: Eating where the locals eat

There are exactly two times in my life in which I can consider myself a breakfast kinda girl: After 3 pm. Or: The morning after I’ve had a great night out, if you catch my drift. Which, honestly, is just not very often. But between 3 Christmas celebrations, my daughter’s birthday party, and our anniversary, […]

10 November

Student Voices: Famous ‘Milktooth’ is down to earth

Milktooth, the “fine diner” of Fountain Square, has received almost every accolade possible: Bon Appetit’s “America’s Best New Restaurants 2015” list, Conde Naste’s “207 of the Greatest Restaurants in the World 2016” list, Food & Wine’s “Rising Star of the Midwest” list, etc. Understandably, I was intimidated. I’m decidedly not hipster and it took a […]

20 July

Tour de Upland: What to Know

Summer is here, and at Upland Brewing Co., we couldn’t be more stoked about the season. To celebrate the end of summer, we’re inviting you to our version of summer camp for adults. Each August, we take over CYO Camp Rancho Framasa in Brown County, Indiana, for our annual Bike & Brew Bash, Tour de […]

23 October

Dog-Friendly Indy

Dog-Friendly Indy

When it comes to our dog, we’re a little weird. Who isn’t? We obsess about her diet and water consumption. We spend more on her haircuts than ours. We have instituted a toy rotation because, with all of her toys out, you can’t take two steps in our apartment without tripping over toys and tennis […]

4 March

Field Trip Notes: Irvington by Way of IndyGo

Field Trip Notes: Irvington by Way of IndyGo

We spend a lot of time making sure the people we meet know all about what there is to see and do around Indianapolis. And sometimes we decide we should see and do those things, too. Here’s what that looks like: It’s mid-afternoon on Friday, February 27, and we’re buzzing with anticipation. Reviewing. Reciting. The […]

29 January

Field Trip Notes: North End of Mass Ave Territory

Field Trip Notes: North End of Mass Ave Territory

We spend a lot of time making sure the people we meet know all about what there is to see and do around Indianapolis. And sometimes we decide we should see and do those things, too. Here’s what that looks like: It’s midday on a Wednesday in January. Normally, we reserve our field tripping for […]

25 November

Ready for the holidays? Balancing decadent with wholesome

Ready for the holidays? Balancing decadent with wholesome

When I first started eating healthy foods, the holidays were like a cruel joke. Snickerdoodles, macaroons, peppermint fudge, and holiday M&M’s invaded my office, endless parties, and gift boxes from friends. Why must we celebrate the season by compromising each other’s health?, I would ask myself, not sure how to balance my newfound freedom in […]

4 November

Seriously Upgrade Your New Year’s Eve Plans at the IMA

Seriously Upgrade Your New Year’s Eve Plans at the IMA

Okay, so obviously we’re biased, but even on our most neutral days, we’ll still tell you that our New Year’s Eve party at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is going to be the best party you’re invited to all year—and yes, you’re definitely invited. Because the party duels as a major fundraiser for the […]