April 30th, 2014

Food, Culture and Community: Black Market

by Bryan Enas

The craft food scene in Indianapolis has grown significantly over the past few years. Many talented chefs have foregone the allure of all things culinary in larger cities around the country, staying true to their roots here in the Hoosier state. One of these individuals is Micah Frank, chef and owner of Black Market located […]

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April 28th, 2014

Happy in Herron Morton

by cgindy

One of the things we love to do most at the City Gallery is to help newcomers to Indy fall in love with our great downtown neighborhoods.  I asked new Herron Morton resident Nabeela to tell us a little about her and her husband Brian’s journey to becoming downtown homeowners.  Here’s what she had to […]

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April 24th, 2014

Indy City Futbol

by Emily Vanest

A neighborhood-themed co-ed downtown recreational soccer league presented by Indianapolis Downtown,Inc., Indy City Futbol, is coming to downtown Indianapolis this summer, a brilliant collaboration between Indy’s professional soccer team, Indy Eleven, and local arts and community organization, Big Car.  Downtown neighbors can join their neighborhood team to compete against other neighborhoods for the Eskenazi Health […]

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April 18th, 2014

Neighborhood Profile: Willard Park

by Emily Vanest

To create the first sound map of Indianapolis, local artist, Stuart Hyatt, spent weeks walking the length of Washington Street — the Old National Road — recording sounds, conversations and interviews along the way, trying to capture a slice of the story of Indianapolis. Stuart unveiled the beginning of this fascinating project, Cities and the […]

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April 11th, 2014

A Legacy of Learning

by Emily Vanest

Spring brings so many things we look forward to every year: the first of the daffodils and tulips, new leaves pushing through dead wood, end of the school year concerts and parades, prom, final final exams . . . and high school graduation. Today, our newest billboard went up at the corner of 16th and […]

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April 4th, 2014

THREAD – a love letter to Indianapolis

by Emily Vanest

“ We are all connected by an invisible thread. Our experiences are unique, yet we share such a basic need. We long for a space to tell our story and to listen to others tell theirs. Thread is devoted to sharing these stories. This is documentation of the very fabric that connects our community. This […]

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