Forward Cities: Innovation and Equity

July 20, 2018 0

by Thomas P. Healy Social entrepreneurs seek to solve broad social, cultural, and environmental problems by establishing enterprises that measure success by the change they foster. Christopher Gergen’s career in education, media, arts, and public […more…]

Midtown Oasis: Pocket Parks

July 13, 2018 0

By Chris Bavender Stroll through Midtown and you’re likely to happen upon a small slice of heaven—a greenspace with benches and plants, maybe a picnic table or two, or even a thriving garden—a little oasis […more…]

Little Free Library

May 14, 2018 0

Little cabinets full of books are popping up all over Midtown to promote a culture of reading and foster neighborly interactions. Chris Bavender has the story. […more…]

NeighborLink Helps Seniors in Need

May 3, 2018 0

by Thomas P. Healy Seniors on fixed income are often strapped for cash to cover modest home repairs. NeighborLink, a Midtown-based nonprofit organization, is there to help. According to director David Withey, NeighborLink spent $70,000 […more…]

National Art Museum of Sport

February 28, 2018 0

by Marion Simon Garmel No, it’s not a bunch of posters. It’s a collection of original fine art. You might not think an art collection would be at home in a children’s museum or as […more…]

What a Year!

December 19, 2017 0

by Michael McKillip While every community in Indy is unique and has a distinctive set of assets, Midtown is a singular collection of neighborhoods and institutions of art, culture, and learning. These assets help Indianapolis […more…]

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