Storms and severe weather warnings held back crowds at the Indiana State Fair on closing weekend.
The downtown event, which is billed as “Indy’s original craft beer festival,” had been scheduled to take place for the 24th year on Aug. 3.
National Rifle Association insiders and longtime observers describe an organization at war with itself over a central question: Has it strayed too far from its original mission of gun safety and outdoor shooting sports and become too political?
Businesses near the Grissom Air Reserve Base in north central Indiana already are gearing up for its air show later this year.
The Indy Eleven would likely need the $150 million soccer stadium proposed by owner Ersal Ozdemir for only about 20 matches a year.
In its sophomore year, Carmel’s Christkindlmarkt drew 328,000 people to Carmel’s Center Green. Sales revenue also jumped significantly.
The improvements are part of a masterplan that aims to bring hundreds of thousands more visitors to the complex, which includes the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
An outdoor New Year's Eve event in downtown Indianapolis that attracted 40,000 people just two years ago has been scratched.
Carmel Christkindlmarkt organizers say the 33-foot-tall, lighted “pyramid” will be the largest of its kind in America. It is expected to be a popular feature at the upcoming Carmel Christkindlmarkt.
The Back Woods Studio Tour, a self-guided swing through rural Brown County through the end of October, showcases the work and work spaces of more than 20 artists and craftsmen.
The project would include building a stage house, two sets of restrooms, permanent seating, a VIP building with additional restrooms, an artist amenity building and other unspecified site improvements.
Leaders of this year’s Carmel’s Christkindlmarkt are already planning a more ambitious schedule and making changes to address visitors’ concerns from the inaugural event.
More than 860,000 visitors entered the fair over the 17-day run that ended Sunday, a far cry from recent highs.
Some of the Indiana State Fair’s food vendors venture each year into new or new-ish territory, whether simply for novelty or to actually try to find a new way to satisfy the hunger of Hoosiers.
La Plaza, the group that organizes Fiesta Indianapolis, announced Tuesday that it instead decided to support other upcoming Latino community events.
Organizers are hoping for a repeat of last year's string of dry, sunny days that helped boost attendance to nearly 907,000 people.
Attendees at this year’s edition of the massive tabletop-gaming confab could top 60,000, with an economic impact as high as $75 million.