During the past 20 years, several local festivals have come and gone. But WonderRoad planners say it has a reasonable shot at selling its first-year goal of 15,000 tickets.
This year’s class of featured artists includes Chantel Massey, Shayla Renee Williams, Karome Walker and Marrialle Sellars.
The Indiana State Fair announced five concerts Wednesday, including appearances by country singer Carly Pearce and the Turtles.
The consensus No. 1 weapon for keeping workplace burnout at bay is healthy communication—an old-fashioned practice that often proves elusive.
Audience members at Hilbert Circle Theatre will hear Brahms’ Symphony No. 1, which debuted in 1876, fused with Radiohead’s “OK Computer” album from 1997.
The longtime news anchor’s lawsuit alleged that she had been harassed and mistreated by colleagues and managers as she waged a public battle with breast cancer.
Carmel’s Center for the Performing Arts, known for its Palladium venue, unveiled 51 shows during a Monday night presentation for top supporters of the not-for-profit organization.
A trio of “junior anchor” stores will join a recently opened Kroger at the renovated Brownsburg Square retail center, where a Kmart closed in 2017.
The museum’s annual meeting included the Indianapolis debut of the incoming CEO, the unveiling of what’s next for the Lume and an update on #BlackLivesMatter muralists.
Newfields’ 14-month search for a successor to controversial former CEO Charles Venable is complete. The art museum and gardens announced Tuesday the hiring of Colette Pierce Burnette, the president of Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, Texas.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority, National Bank of Indianapolis and Mays Chemical Co. are three of 24 local employers participating in the Good Wages Initiative launched April 25 by not-for-profit EmployIndy.
Memories of patients, staff members and neighbors of Central State Mental Hospital are being compiled for a digital archive.
New music festival will bring Portugal the Man, Lucinda Williams, The Four Tops and many more artists to the Indiana State Fairgrounds on Labor Day weekend.
On May 14-15, the grounds of the Indianapolis Art Center will host 150 artists and their work during the Broad Ripple Art Fair.
Performers have yet to be announced for the All IN Music & Arts Festival, scheduled Sept. 3-4 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
The museum’s latest exhibit spans 1960 to 1972, when car designs changed radically, international drivers made a big impression, and the race arrived on television sets across the United States.
The executive chefs at Second Helpings and Wheeler Mission Ministries will receive star treatment at Indianapolis Motor Speedway event.
After local shops observe Record Store Day on April 23, Indy CD & Vinyl will throw a 20th-anniversary party on April 24.
The city of Indianapolis and GangGang cultural firm are using the hashtag #DowntownIndy to seek feedback on social media platforms.