February 28th, 2014

Becoming a Good Neighbor

by Emily Vanest

One of the things I love most about living in downtown Indianapolis is that the individual neighborhoods function almost like small towns, which have the reputation of being close-knit strong communities . . . that are sometimes hard to break in to.  If you’d like to get to know your neighbors, but don’t know how […]

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February 21st, 2014

Relocation, Relocation, Relocation

by Emily Vanest

  Last year, Josh Plemon was looking for a career change.  When he was offered a job as a floor manager with Adidas, he and his wife Becky decided to pick up their family, leave their small rural Illinois town, and make a move to Indianapolis. They found themselves renting in King Park on the […]

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February 14th, 2014

Food, Culture and Community: Shoefly Public House

by Bryan Enas

What’s a neighborhood without a place to hang out? This was the question chef Craig Mariutto pondered upon moving to Fall Creek Place in downtown Indianapolis with his wife. As a New York native, Craig came to love the city atmosphere and knew when he got to Indianapolis he either wanted to live in the […]

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February 6th, 2014

New work by Vivian Gladden and Katrina West

by Emily Vanest

Almost every downtown youth has spent some time playing at the O’Bannon Old Northside soccer fields whether through Tab Rec soccer, Herron High School, Indy Parks, or just meeting up with friends. Those soccer fields were a source of inspiration for Vivian Gladden and Katrina West, friends and fellow Indiana Plein Air Painters whose newest […]

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February 3rd, 2014

Indy Eleven — First Flight

by Emily Vanest

A flying spaceship transports an unusual crew in Kyle Ragsdale’s “Indy Eleven — First Flight,” now featured on the City Gallery billboard at 16th and Delaware.  The Harrison Center’s partnership this month with Indy Eleven, Indy’s first professional soccer team, will feature soccer themed art in the Harrison Gallery, Gallery Annex and Hank and Dolly’s […]

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