July 31st, 2015

“Foundry” by Luke Tuttle

by cgindy

 Listen to City Gallery singer/songwriter Luke Tuttle’s latest place-based tune “Foundry.” What is the epicenter of a neighborhood’s cultural activity? While answers to this question may vary from neighborhood to neighborhood, for Herron-Morton Place a solid answer would be The Foundry Provisions. Serving up daily doses of all things local, the Foundry Provisions is a […]

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July 28th, 2015

Porching – A Herron Morton tradition

by cgindy

Being a college student in another city, it doesn’t feel quite natural being back home in Indy during the summers. I would say most people my age feel the same way and are always looking for an excuse to do something fun or make new friends. Thankfully, Indianapolis is an exciting place to live… I […]

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July 24th, 2015

Luke Tuttle’s “Feel” (feat. “Big Mike” Williams)

by cgindy

Resident singer/songwriter Luke Tuttle is writing a song a week inspired by urban Indy. His latest offers his unique perspective on the 14th annual Independent Music + Art Festival. Participating in almost every way possible as an attendee, volunteer, and performer (with his band, Dream Chief), Tuttle, with the help of HCA intern “Big Mike” Williams, […]

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July 21st, 2015

Porching in Mapleton Fall Creek

by cgindy

submitted by Nathan Foxton I had no idea who was going to show up. The news had forecasted rain earlier in the week, and if it did rain, my porch was potentially going to accommodate a crowd of refugees seeking comfort. My housemates and I use our porch pretty regularly, and it’s perfect for intimate conversations with a […]

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July 17th, 2015

The Indy Stay-cation: If You Have a Day

by Evelyn Allee

Every once in a while, a small adventure is in order; and a little outing can help you mentally hit the restart button. Well, lucky you! You live in the great city of Indianapolis, and you don’t even have to leave town to see some great sights. Let’s assume you have a day to spend. […]

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July 14th, 2015

Monon16: Front Porch Homes Initiative

by Andrew Christenberry

The warm weather has finally arrived, porch party season has officially begun, and King Park Development Corporation is bringing the Monon16 neighborhood into the “porch party” movement through its Monon16: Front Porch Homes Initiative. If you aren’t familiar with the Monon16 neighborhood, its boundaries consist of College Avenue to the west, Dr. Andrew J. Brown Avenue […]

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July 10th, 2015

“Swing” by Luke Tuttle (feat. Hannah Hadley)

by Andrew Christenberry

  “Grads”, Kyle Ragsdale  This week, in eager anticipation for 2015’s citywide Porch Party on Sunday, July 12th, the City Gallery is excited to add to our Porch Party playlist with “Swing” by City Gallery resident singer/songwriter Luke Tuttle, and also featuring Hannah Hadley. Tuttle, after his first porch party experience in Herron-Morton Place, found […]

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July 7th, 2015

The Ultimate Guide: A Successful Porch Party

by Evelyn Allee

Greetings, Indy dwellers! Would you like to bring some excitement to your neighborhood, get to know your neighbors, and put your front porch to use? Well good news, you can earn a $25 gift card to a local eatery for doing just that. You might even win the grand prize of a $250 Harrison Center […]

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July 3rd, 2015

Porching at 16th & Delaware

by Andrew Christenberry

American author Henry James once said, “Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” With this in mind, we are happy to present the next installment of our billboard series at the intersection of 16th and Delaware. In an effort to capture the seasonal magic […]

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