Our Indy is No Mean City

Two weeks ago, we loved Indianapolis. We loved heading to the Indy Winter Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings, we loved playing intramural soccer with Circle City Athletics, we loved grabbing a drink at the Libertine, we loved running along the canal. Fast forward to today. Those things are all still here, and we still love them and the community that surrounds them. But as Kate Hudson once said in How To Lose a Guy In 10 Days, “I love you Binky, but I don’t have to like you right now.

We don’t like what’s happening in our state and our city. This isn’t our Indianapolis.

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Fletcher Place fine diner offers homestyle favorites with a hipster twist

Located on Virginia Avenue in Fletcher Place, even a cold and rainy morning could be made brighter by the spunky, warehouse-style fine diner at Milktooth. Greeted immediately by hipster hostesses and a line out the door, we knew we had found the place recommended by many Indy millennials. We put in our name for a few of the near 60 occupied seats, and headed for the combination coffee/cocktail bar.

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Indy(ish) Folk-Rock-Country Band Perfect For All Your Summertime Joy Rides

New Albany, Indiana may be small, but it has delivered a big punch in the music world. Jamey Abersold, born in 1939, hailing from New Albany, is considered the father of play-along improv jazz music books. His books are a staple in the realm of jazz and blues. Fast forward 75 years, and New Albany is making waves yet again in the music world- Enter Houndmouth.

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Trndy Yoga Tanks are Key to Finding Your Inner Chi

Namaste, Indianapolis!

Spring break is quickly approaching, and the heat is on for achieving the perfect
summer body. While the sunshine and blue skies are just peaking through here in Indiana, there’s no better way to get in shape than a hot yoga class. It’s the perfect way to get in shape and achieve peace of mind all while working up a sweat. And maybe, just maybe, if you close your eyes long enough, the heat of the studio can be enough to let your mind escape to an island far, far away.

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Northeast Side Fish Market is an Indy Gem

There’s a certain set of criteria for fishmongers. Is the shop busy? Is the display ice slushy and clear or melting and discolored? Does it smell like the inside of a sailor’s shoe? Generally speaking, a negative mark for any of these questions will deep six a fish joint. It’s simply not worth the risk to eat bad fish. Especially when the fishmonger in question is based in landlocked Indiana.

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