March 31st, 2015

“Latent Loneliness” by John(ny) McKee

by Andrew Christenberry

As one who seeks inspiration from the omnipresent skies above us, John(ny) McKee is known primarily for his minimalist paintings, which he harvests from the fields of Indiana’s flat landscape. But his latest body of work brings something new to his horizons…the city. “The urban feel of these pieces is very interesting for me,” McKee […]

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March 27th, 2015

Food, Culture, & Community: R2GO

by Jeshua Harris, high school intern

Andrew and I recently discovered one of downtown Indianapolis’ newest market and eateries called R2GO that is taking the local goodness of the Mass Ave. food scene north on College. R2GO, located at the corner of 11th and College, features a wide array of house-made items ranging from pasta, bread, and take-home dishes to fresh, locally […]

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March 24th, 2015

“On the Cultural Trail” by Chad Caroland

by cgindy

Chad Caroland’s latest song celebrates the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, the brainchild of Brian Payne. Listen for the special tribute to Brian Payne HERE! Lyrics: Verse: Under the blue skies, your tires spin As the warm spring sun rests on your bare skin. Thanks to Payne, we’ve made some gain. I took the bike tour, but I […]

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March 20th, 2015

Food, Culture and Community: Milktooth

by Bryan Enas

photos by Kelley Jordan Photography  Fletcher Place is home to many great establishments such as Bluebeard and Calvin Fletchers Coffee House. If you have not been down Virginia Avenue in a while, you might notice something different about where the crowds are gathering. Here is a hint: they’re not waiting in line at 534 Virginia […]

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March 13th, 2015

Fountain Square Clay Center

by Andrew Christenberry

Located at 905 Hosbrook Street in the happening neighborhood of Fountain Square is a clay center that has, within the past few years, become a pottery hotspot in Indianapolis. Fountain Square Clay Company (FSCC), having taken up residence in the rustic Studio A (an old industrial building that once made packing peanuts, sheet metal, and […]

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March 10th, 2015

“King in the Porch Swing” by Chad Caroland

by cgindy

Check out Chad Caroland’s latest song celebrating neighborhood porch parties, “King in the Porch Swing” here. Lyrics: Chorus: “Sunday, let the vinyl play, We’ve the goods on the snack tray. Feel like a king in the porch swing, gliding back and forth.” Verse: “In summertime, it just feels right, at the Burton’s house with some […]

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March 6th, 2015

Josh Rush, “Parks, People, and Pathways of Indy”

by Andrew Christenberry

As the snow has been falling rather steadily, and we find ourselves in what has been called the bleak mid-winter, a longing begins to grow in many of us. We remember fondly the feel of the sun and spring breeze on our skin as we congregate in the warmth of indoors. We imagine the now […]

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March 3rd, 2015

“In the Air” by Chad Caroland

by cgindy

Chad Caroland’s latest place-based tune, In the Air celebrates the history, present, and exciting future of Tinker Street (E. 16th Street). Lyrics: There’s a sense in the air, a sense of what was here. The past accepts its place, as the present keeps on racing. From the old fairgrounds, to the new street sounds From T.C.’s […]

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