The magazine—distributed to companies, retailers, schools, colleges, libraries and newsstands throughout the Indianapolis area—casts a wide net in its definition of diversity, covering stories about African, Asian, Hispanic and Native Americans as well as women, veterans, seniors, LGBTQ and disabled Hoosiers.
An artist known for her association with Taylor Swift and another who has been creating graffiti-inspired art since the 1980s are adding their talents to the $135 million second phase of the downtown mixed-use development.
The self-storage facility would be part of a larger redevelopment project that would add office and retail buildings to the property.
The 2,700-square-foot watering hole and family-friendly eatery is expected to open this fall in a 93-year-old edifice with the moniker Corvus-Black Acre Rotisserie, Taproom and Bourbon Bar.
Host John Krull announced on the air Tuesday that the twice-weekly radio show will end on July 11. That makes way for a new program, “All In,” that will be hosted by WFYI’s Matt Pelsor.
That might come as a surprise to those who associate the annual event with its higher-profile entertainment, like concerts, celebrity basketball, films and much more. But, in fact, many companies also use IBE’s business conference and exhibitor event to network or access capital.
Shelly Leer, founder of HomeRoom, is a do-it-yourself person. Her mother liked to make things with her hands, and Leer developed the same passion—and a desire to share it. HomeRoom is the 63-year-old Leer’s maker space in the SoBro neighborhood where people can come to sew, upholster, do textile and fiber art, and more. Leer […]
For most of the school year, the DePauw Investment Group oversaw only about $160,000. But the stakes skyrocketed in April when DePauw’s board of trustees added $1 million from the university’s $731 million endowment.
A 99-room Avid Hotel is proposed for 13300 N. Illinois St. in Carmel, while an 84-room Staybridge Suites Hotel is planned for Westfield.
Wisconsin-based Gener8tor, which seeks to helps fledgling companies boost revenue and grow jobs, said it’s one-year pilot program in Indianapolis was so successful that it wants to spread its services to additional Hoosier communities.
FormAssembly launched in 2006 and this is first time it will take outside money. The company says the investment comes in the midst of a wave of consumer demand for data regulation.