The fate of the historic Nickel Plate Railroad could be decided this summer—but there’s no consensus on what the corridor should look like or on the impact or costs of projects.
Days of heavy rainfall have forced the temporary closure of downtown Indianapolis’ historic Soldiers and Sailors Monument.
More than 900 works—in storage since the organization vacated the former University Place Conference Center—to become part of sports-focused expansion.
The museum devoted to the late local novelist says its lease dispute with a building owner on Massachusetts Avenue threatens the survival of the not-for-profit.
Rundell Ernstberger Associates' design features an interactive fountain and an event lawn accommodating up to 1,500 people. The first proposal, from another architect, was scrapped because it was too expensive.
A handful of local businesses signal of a renewed interest in the once-ubiquitous pinball machines that used to be a staple in restaurants, bars and arcades before they were usurped by video games.
The sculpture by Robert Indiana was removed from display for two months of critical conservation treatment.
The museum has hired the same company that handles admission strategies for the Indianapolis Zoo. Under the new plan, announced Wednesday, tickets will cost less when they are purchased well in advance.
Interactive history museum Conner Prairie had a record-setting 2016, and it’s on tap to have a busy 2017.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis experienced its second-highest yearly attendance mark in 2016 as membership rose to record levels, the museum announced Tuesday.
The move means people must pay museum entry fees to see the iconic sculpture, which was artist Robert Indiana’s first in a series of “LOVE” works.
The national association that accredits zoos and aquariums has given Mesker Park Zoo one year to fix maintenance concerns. Mesker Park is only one of four accredited zoos in Indiana.
Peter Sterling, who led the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis through a tremendous period of growth, died Wednesday in Waynesville, North Carolina.
Two festivals and the world premiere of an opera that Kurt Vonnegut finished shortly before his death will celebrate the writer's legacy this fall in Indianapolis, his hometown.
All 251 bikes are outfitted with GPS equipment, so staffers can identify their location. And data collected from sign-ups for daily and annual passes helps staffers determine usage patterns.
Officials say the park has already sold 10,000 more annual passes than last year, and general admission sales have increased.
The theater’s new 10-year lease for the 1927 city-owned landmark on West Washington Street hands management duties to IRT and includes an option to renew for another 10 years.
A ride that carries Indianapolis Zoo visitors along an elevated track above the orangutan exhibit is scheduled to reopen after being closed for almost a year.