Get into the Halloween Spirit in Downtown Indy

Halloween is just around the corner, but with warm weather still hanging around, you might be finding it difficult to get into the Halloween spirit. If you’re in this boat, don’t worry! There are plenty of things happening around the city that will spook and delight you. Broad Ripple Zombie Walk Brush up on your[…]

Date Night in Fountain Square: Going All Out

We’ve covered ways to have a pretty affordable, yet impressive date night in Fountain Square, for under $75. But what about the times when money isn’t an issue and you want to go all out to impress your date? Where do you go? Here are some great ideas in the Fountain Square and Fletcher Place[…]

Date Night in Fountain Square: Low Budget Ideas That Impress Under $75

As small as the district of Fountain Square is, the places to go and see somehow seem endless! So when it’s date night with that someone special, trying to decide what to do when you don’t have a lot of money to spend can be tricky. Don’t worry. Here are some great low budget, yet[…]

Battle of the Mexican Restaurants: The Best in Fountain Square

Tucked into the tiny blocks of Fountain Square and Fletcher Place are a ton of unique and inventive restaurants, including four superb Mexican restaurants. Not sure which one to try first? Don’t worry, we’ve tried them all for you. Here’s what you need to know. Revolucion This bright and hip Mexican joint is quite a[…]

Grocery Store Rundown: Where to Shop in Fountain Square

Living in Fountain Square has a ton of perks; great restaurants and bars, amazing events always popping up, First Friday celebrations, and of course, a variety of quirky, fun shops to explore. Finding a convenient grocery store is also easy, since there is a plethora of options. Four of the main stores in town, Wildwood[…]

Kuma's Corner

Kuma’s Corner Review

A Little Piece of Chicago in Fountain Square One of my favorite parts of living in Fountain Square is all of the unique and varied food choices around the area. As a lover of both beer and burgers, I had been anticipating the grand opening of Kuma’s Corner for most of the summer. The metal-themed[…]

Little Flower – Before and After

This a 1925 Built home that we purchased in Little Flower.  The owner had lived there for 40+ years when she moved out.  Structurally the home was already in tip top shape, very well maintained. We came in and revamped the whole look of the house. New kitchen, bath, living room dining room and bedrooms.[…]

Willard Park and Holy Cross – Past and Present

Learning the history of ones neighborhood seems to be becoming an increasingly important aspect of society as a whole. This is especially true with growing, expanding, and modernizing cities such as Indianapolis. As our city becomes something new, as it were, it’s important to remember what it was and how it got to where it[…]

Indy’s Newly Discovered Craft Beer Culture

Like many American cities, Indianapolis has experienced a huge explosion of craft and micro brew establishments in recent years.  From the much beloved, and ever-popular Sun King, to newcomers like Books & Brews, Indy has you covered when it comes to craft and micro brews. Let’s go over a quick run-down of some of the more[…]

Bates Hendricks: Small Town in the Big City

Bates Hendricks is a small neighborhood on Indianapolis’ southeast side, and is just another one of the cities unknown gems just waiting to be discovered.  With history abound, Bates Hendricks offers its residents the chance to be a part of a close-knit neighborhood type environment. It’s this type of atmosphere that breeds the good ol’[…]

The Soul of Fountain Square

PAST and PRESENT Every artist, musician, and creative type needs a place to call home. A place where inspiration can be found, where simply walking the streets is enough to summon those creative juices. For those who crave an artistic metropolis, New York City is where it’s at. Those who look for inspiration in the[…]