The intersection of Delaware Street and Fall Creek Parkway was once the most confusing intersection in Indianapolis. On September 29 the community will celebrate the transformation of the Spider into the Delaware Street Gateway and Silver Fall Park.
Indy Midtown Magazine asked respected water policy analyst Bill Beranek to summarize briefings he has presented to the Hogsett administration on scenarios to complete the Indianapolis North Flood Damage Reduction Project.
by Chris Carlson During the Envision Broad Ripple planning process, community members agreed that one of the Village’s defining characteristics is its mix of small, locally owned businesses. Among Broad Ripple’s modern buildings, new businesses, […more…]
by Jim Grim The Indianapolis Board of School Commissioners is scheduled to vote September 18 on a plan to move Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) to an “all-choice model” for the district’s high schools. The school […more…]
by Chris Bavender Each year, the Kheprw Institute (KI) runs an entrepreneurship, science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (eSTEAM) camp in the summer, as well as some after-school programming throughout the year focused on technology. […more…]
by Doug Day The intersection of Delaware Street and Fall Creek Parkway was once the most confusing intersection in Indianapolis. On September 29 the community will celebrate the transformation of the Spider into the Delaware […more…]
Discover the design history of places you pass every day but may never have visited when The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) presents free tours of our city’s parks, gardens, landscapes, and open spaces. Expert guides [...more...]
This series of informal gatherings with IndyGo staff will allow the public to discuss the Red Line construction project. Meet Jennifer Pyrz, the Red Line liaison for the northern section of the corridor from 66th & [...more...]