10 Reasons Indy Appeals to Foodies
Indianapolis may not have a food scene that can rival Chicago or New York City. However, it's growing and more great restaurants and bars are popping up all throughout the city. Here are ten great reasons why the city appeals to foodies.
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Posted by Paula Henry on May 29, 2017 in Local Indy
Concerts on the Canal are Coming Back Soon!
The canal found in Downtown Indianapolis is known as a great place to relax and enjoy the beauty of the day. It's popular for picnicking and walking along the water. While you can enjoy the canal anytime, one of the best times to enjoy this part of ...
Posted by Paula Henry on May 4, 2017 in Upcoming Events
Best Bike & Walking Tours For Downtown Indy
Whether you just moved to Indianapolis, you're visiting or you've lived here all your life, a tour of downtown will show you what the city is all about. There's so much culture and plenty of great things to see along the way. The best way to tour ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 29, 2017 in Local Indy
A Guide to Farmer's Markets in Indianapolis for 2017
With spring in full swing and the summer just around the corner, it's time for the farmer's markets to open again. Many local farmers’ markets are found all throughout the Indianapolis area. Whether you live in Fishers, Broad Ripple, Greenwood ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 24, 2017 in Upcoming Events
Top Upcoming Events in Indy for May 2017
May is a huge month in Indianapolis every year with the Indy 500 coming to town. However, it's not the only event happening during May. Here's a look at some of the top upcoming events throughout Indy for May 2017.
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Posted by Paula Henry on April 21, 2017 in Upcoming Events
7 Best Patios in Indy for Spring & Summer
One of the best things about Indy in the spring and summer are the many patios that open up. Whether you prefer to enjoy a romantic meal or get together with friends for a drink, there are several great restaurant patios throughout Indianapolis. ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 17, 2017 in Local Indy
Understanding the Benefits of a Pre-Listing Inspection
Typically, the home inspection occurs after a buyer has made an offer on your house. It will uncover any problems with the home, whether large or small. Most buyers will use issues found on a home inspection to renegotiate the price of the home or ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 13, 2017 in Seller Information
Indy Food Trucks: Feed the Hunger
Feed the hunger at your local Indy Food Truck and sample the goodness.
Food Trucks have become a regular site in Downtown Indianapolis, especially during the lunch hour. Feasting on your favorite meal or treat while enjoying the summer days ...
Posted by Paula Henry on June 26, 2016 in Local Indy
Indypendence Day: July 4th Celebration in Indianapolis
July 4th Indy Style
Indianapolis is home to a warm and festive 4th of July celebration. A great treat for everyone is the spectacular fireworks display in Downtown Indianapolis which can be seen from all around the city. However, the celebrations ...
Posted by Paula Henry on June 25, 2015 in Indianapolis Things to Do
Aqua Awesome: A Guide to Indy's Best Public Pools
Cool down the summer heat with Indiana’s Best Public Pools
Summer is here and the heat is on, so what better way to spend a lazy summer day than to have your family cool off with a dip in the pool. Good thing there are many places to visit ...
Posted by Paula Henry on June 8, 2015 in Indianapolis Things to Do
Drive In Movie Theaters in Indianapolis
Drive-In Movie Theaters in Indianapolis
There used to be a time when the drive-in theatre represented the golden age of watching movies. Indianapolis used to be teeming with these great theaters with once being home to as many as 20. Sadly, the ...
Posted by Paula Henry on May 28, 2015 in Indianapolis Things to Do
Going Local With Food Clubs and Co-ops in Indy
The great American conundrum of food and nutrition is balancing the quality of what we eat with the weekly budget, but the fact is; there are options. Indianapolis is home to a variety of CSAs and co-ops which make eating better, well...better. ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 27, 2015 in Local Indy
Creating a Private Refuge at Home
Even the most social of people needs a moment to themselves every now and again. A radius of roughly 18 inches surrounding the body is considered, on a psychological level, to be one's personal space. Beyond this, the need for privacy is one that ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 16, 2015 in Homeowners
Your Home and Appliances of the Future
There was a time when the gadgets of science fiction were just the imaginings of inventive authors. But, if history has taught us anything it is that fiction predates fact. Engineers and inventors regularly take to the drawing board to bring to ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 6, 2015 in Homeowners
The Process of Dealing With Aging Parents Estate
As I was researching resources for people dealing with their parents estate, I came across the unfortunately truncated title above. Look, I know that having parents in transition can be overwhelming, but honestly. It doesn’t have to come to ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 26, 2015 in Home and Family
Home Decor: Creative Kids Bedrooms
Fun Bedroom Ideas for Your Kids
Decorating your child’s bedroom can be a great way to give kids a fun and imaginative world to live in while also providing parents with a place to spend time with the family and relieve stress.
Below are ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 23, 2015 in Home and Family
Holistic Houseplants for Your Home
Your home should be a sanctuary, but this may not be the case. Unseen toxins and dirt can pollute the air in your home, putting you and your family at increased risk for getting sick and feeling tired and stressed. Chief among them, surprisingly, ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 16, 2015 in Home and Family
Indy's Best Local Grinds for the Perfect Cup of Coffee
For the Coffee-lover: Indy’s Local Grinds
For many coffee lovers, functioning properly without their morning cup of Joe is too tall an order. Brewing coffeein the morning can feel like an art for some, but for others it’s a way of life. ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 5, 2015 in Local Indy
Simple Tricks for Sprucing Up Your Home
Five Easy Ways to Refresh Your Home
It’s never easy to plan for home improvements, it usually takes a lot of time and a lot more money. Various seemingly minor repairs can sky-rocket a bill pretty quickly. For the savvy homeowner, there are ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 3, 2015 in Home Maintenance Tips
Spring Guide to the Indianapolis Theatre Scene
It's probably not too late to get tickets to a show this week at one of the many fine Indianapolis area theatres. But if you like to plan ahead, we have your spring guide to the stage covered right here.
What's hot in Indy? Check out the schedule ...
Posted by Paula Henry on February 26, 2015 in Indianapolis Things to Do