As the City of Indianapolis continues to work with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) on the Westfield Alignment for the North Levee Flood Project, one question remains: What about Rocky Ripple?
by Thomas P. Healy The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is evaluating several alternative locations to 14.5 acres it purchased for a new columbarium on the grounds of Crown Hill Cemetery. Lenore Tedesco, trustee of […more…]
The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) has announced finalists for the National History Day in Indiana (NHDI) regional contest. All finalists qualify for the state contest on Saturday, May 6, at Ivy Tech’s Midtown campus, 50 […more…]
Rocky Ripple and Butler Tarkington residents have called for a Build the Wall for All Protest Rally, Wednesday, March 1 at Noon, on the eastside of the Canal at Capitol Avenue & Westfield Boulevard. According […more…]
by Connie Zeigler Development, redevelopment, in-fill, preservation: these terms express how cities change and how they remain, how they look and how they work. Midtown neighborhoods continue to see existing commercial and residential structures modified […more…]
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis invites children and families to step right up and join three rings of circus fun and history under the big top. See the circus world as it was decades ago [...more...]
Art+Science Brainstorms are a series of public discussions held at branches of The Indianapolis Public Library to think about Indy’s waterways and the science of sustainability. Young and old alike are invited to bring their [...more...]
Let it snow! With two winter markets, an abundance of fresh and locally grown and produced foods are available in Midtown. The Broad Ripple Farmers Market’s winter location in SoBro. Saturdays through April 30 9 [...more...]