The Indiana Economic Development Corp., which focuses on bringing new business to the state, originally planned to host the Indiana Global Economic Summit in 2020 before the pandemic curtailed travel and meetings.
Penske ready for 300,000 guests in a full-capacity Indy 500
Roger Penske will at last be able to open the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to a capacity crowd this Sunday for his first true Indianapolis 500 since buying the property in 2020.Read More
NFL Scouting Combine staying in Indianapolis through 2024
Indianapolis, which has hosted the event since 1987, beat out competing bids from Los Angeles and Dallas.Read More
IU alumni Joshua Bell, Chris Botti among headliners set for Carmel arts center
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.Read More
Indy hosts summer-long NBA 2K League esports season
The league wants to draw fans to its studio inside Pan Am Pavilion to watch the games and engage with players, whose teams are mostly associated with NBA franchises.Read More
The casinos collectively also had their best first quarter ever, falling just short of the $14.35 billion they won from gamblers in the fourth quarter of last year, which was the highest three-month period in history.
Ryan Vaughn, who has led the Indiana Sports Corp. since 2014, plans to resign from his role as president on July 1. There has been speculation that Vaughn might someday run for mayor.
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.
Performers have yet to be announced for the All IN Music & Arts Festival, scheduled Sept. 3-4 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
The expansion will add 30,000 square feet to the gambling floor and 100 jobs at the venue, plus additional slot machines and table games.
Host Mason King talks with Cook Group President Pete Yonkman and Pigasus Pictures CEO Zack Spicer about making a movie at—and about—the West Baden Hotel and why Cook Group execs got involved.
The proposed downtown development at 230 S. Pennsylvania St. calls for the demolition of a century-old building and the construction of two high rises, including a 26-story apartment tower.
Tom Jernstedt, long dubbed the “Father of the Final Four,” died in September at age 75. His widow, Kris, has scheduled a “celebration of life” at 2 p.m. at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on Saturday.
Indianapolis is predicted to fare better than many other markets, but is still expected to see a decline in hotel business travel revenue of 16.4%.
Ferree, who started her career as a security guard at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, now oversees a staff of about 150 and an annual budget of $12 million at the state museum and the state’s historic sites.
Restaurants, just like hotels, had to let most of their staffs go early in the pandemic because there was no one for them to serve. But now that business is picking up again, many of those former restaurant and hotel staffers have moved on.
Nearly 23 million chickens and turkeys have already been killed across the United States to limit the spread of the virus, and zoos are working hard to prevent any of their birds from meeting the same fate.
A judge on Tuesday dismissed criminal charges against three men prosecuted after a tourist boat sank and killed 17 people, including nine members of an extended family.
Andrea Bocelli, the operatic star who has sold more than 90 million albums worldwide, is set to perform at Gainbridge Fieldhouse along with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
The five-story, 116-unit Hotel Nickel Plate, part of Hilton’s high-end Tapestry Collection brand, will be built in Fishers’ Nickel Plate District.
The trials are slated for June 2024 at Lucas Oil Stadium, the largest venue ever to be selected for the event, with expectations of up to 35,000 spectators.