Shop these local Indianapolis stores on Black Friday (or the holidays)
Black Friday is a strange, uniquely American sort of holiday. A celebration of ... shopping? There has been a growing backlash against Black Friday over the past few years. Some say the day is an empty idealization of consumerism and materialism, ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 24, 2013 in Local Indy
Top 5 Free 'Must See' Events in Indianapolis
There really are so many fun, free things to do in Indianapolis but it is especially true around the holidays. We've compiled a short list of the top 5 free events in Indianapolis that you don't want to miss.
1. Children's Museum of ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 17, 2013 in Indianapolis Things to Do
10 Ways to Give Your Thanksgiving Dinner Some Indianapolis Flavor
Do the holiday feasts stress you out with all that working, shopping, baking, and bustling?
Living in Central Indiana, we have access to some amazing local eateries, wineries, breweries, bakeries, meateries, and pâtisseries. That is to say, ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 10, 2013 in Home and Family
How to find and hire a great babysitter in Indianapolis
Many of our Indianapolis clients who are first-time homebuyers are starting a family. There are so many things to consider when you have a growing family--preschools and childcare facilities, school systems, parks and playgrounds and ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 3, 2013 in Home and Family
Top Spots to Visit: Indianapolis First Friday
If you're new to Indianapolis, moving to Indianapolis, or just looking for something new to do in Indy, you can't go wrong with the First Friday Art Tour.
The event is organized by the Indianapolis Downtown Artists & Dealers Association ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 1, 2013 in Indianapolis Things to Do