The Indianapolis Downtown Restaurant & Hospitality Association is making big adjustments to its “Devour” events starting next year, the organization announced Monday.
Being the first black reporter at IBJ, the Smithsonian’s new African-American museum spoke to me in a special way. But it can also speak to people of any race—as long as they’re willing to listen.
I hope you’ll indulge me with a travel column to Indy’s own back yard.
Visit South Bend Mishawaka has paid the Indianapolis-based digital marketing firm The Basement $125,000 for a summer advertising campaign.
Yurts have been a form of shelter for more than 2,000 years. But Indianapolis-based Yurts of America today builds them with materials that didn’t even exist back then.
New World Symphony’s mission is to prepare highly gifted graduates of distinguished music programs for leadership roles in orchestras and ensembles around the world.
Indianapolis-based Republic reached a watershed contract agreement with pilots last October, but it wasn’t enough to allow the carrier to regain its financial footing. Republic shares plummeted on news of the bankruptcy filing.
The survey found that only 45 percent of the 339 meeting decision makers polled agree with the city’s post-RFRA battle cry “Indy Welcomes All.” And a mere 28 percent surveyed agree with the statement “Indiana Welcomes All.”
Indianapolis hasn’t hosted the NBA All-Star Game since 1985—when it was in the Hoosier Dome—something the league’s commissioner, Adam Silver, wants to change. But local officials haven’t pulled the trigger on a bid.
Plus thoughts on “Fun Home,” “Something Rotten,” “An American in Paris,” and other productions.
I advised that anyone returning to the meeting late would have to sing to the group. I soon realized this isn’t a punishment in Nashville.
What U.S. city ranks fourth in population and No. 1 on the Forbes list of the fastest-growing economic powerhouses in the United States?
As we flew from Katmandu to Lhasa, the ancient holy city that serves as Tibet’s capital, we could see Mount Everest in the distance. It is as spectacular as you can imagine.
What should we expect if plans go through for the conversion and expansion of the former city hall and state museum into a 21c Museum Hotel? Judging from a recent trip to the flagship 21c in Louisville, the answer is: an expansive venue housing a mind-expanding array of 21st century work. Also, an anchor for the downtown art scene. Plus, a top-tier (and free) tourist attraction.
The project, which would add a modern 150-room hotel to the historic downtown building, also hinges on approval of an $11.3 million federal loan through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.