Forbes selected Swensons for “America’s Best Burger” in 1999, and Akron native LeBron James has spoken publicly about his affection for the restaurant on multiple occasions.
SomeraRoad Inc. unveiled on Friday a lineup of 12 tenants for seven Stutz buildings that occupy an entire city block. Among the new tenants: a taco shop founded by Milktooth chefs and a bar managed by Sahm Hospitality Group.
Transition plans at the Eiteljorg include the naming of John Vanausdall’s successor before he retires in June.
Emmis Corp. on Wednesday said it dismissed eight employees in advance of a sale of the company’s Indianapolis radio stations to Urban One.
With FCC decision on purchase of Emmis stations expected this month, Urban One makes plans for its local hip-hop and Top 40 formats.
No fewer than a dozen chicken-centric restaurants having either just opened in the Indianapolis area or plan to do so soon.
Proper is planned as a private dining concept and variety shop in the former location of Mimosa & a Masterpiece.
Books written by Ashley C. Ford, Adrian Matejka, Leah Johnson and Tamara Winfrey-Harris highlight contenders for Indiana Authors Awards.
The Sept. 9 exhibition at Lucas Oil Stadium, featuring a performance by Ann Wilson of Heart and an all-star band, is free to attend with registration.
Forty5 Presents, the concert company that operates the Vogue, will oversee 3,000-capacity Cole Campus venue.
A Lids University store selling apparel associated with Indiana schools is planned for Castleton Square mall.
Brown County’s Hard Truth Distilling Co. will build new rack house to age whiskey and install three 5,000-gallon fermenters.
Waxahatchee, otherwise known as singer-songwriter Katie Crutchfield, will bring her tour to Nickel Plate District Amphitheater in Fishers.
Arkansas-based 7 Brew launched a franchise program after the founders of Jimmy John’s and Lone Star Steakhouse invested in the company.
The owner of the craft beer business founded in Michigan said the COVID-19 pandemic sealed the fate of the downtown Indianapolis location near Rolls-Royce Meridian Center.
Jeff Smulyan will enter Radio Hall of Fame with Yankees broadcaster Suzyn Waldman, country countdown host Lon Helton and six others.
Paul Dytmire and Andy Klotz are learning it requires patience and money to develop and sell a product that helps cornhole players answer an often-heard question: “What’s the score?”
Songwriting icon John Hiatt will return to his hometown to share a bill with Buddy Guy at TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park.
Directors Josh Boone and Josh Trank are two of 11 partners in new digital filmmaking company Helix Pictures Inc.
Eric Tobias has attended more than 150 Counting Crows shows. This weekend, he will see the band from a venue owner’s perspective.