Fan's of Fountain Square's Rocket 88 doughnut shop can look forward to live music and boss baked goods Friday as the biz celebrates its first anniversary.
'Tis the Season for December's First Friday offerings --loads of locally created art perfect for holiday gift giving.
The Internet Cat Video Festival comes to the IMA this Friday and Saturday. Get set to laugh and aw over 70 minutes of carefully curated feline-intensive clips that have cat-apulted this event to national fame.
You’re welcome. Really, this evening the 15th Annual Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival kicks off a weekend of nearly 40 films, and you’re invited – no matter what letter defines you.
The 20th Annual Spirit & Place Festival continues through this Sunday with music, art and community activities to help celebrate the DREAM theme.
Experience a world of cultural celebrations under one roof during the INDY International Festival at Indiana State Fairgrounds beginning Thursday.
After more than two decades playing in local bands, members of There Are Ghosts will bring their original sound to this year’s Tonic Ball.
Step out and take in autumn's changing palette, fiber art and urban Indy, along with abundant other First Friday offerings.
The largest of its kind in Central Indiana, the weeklong Irvington Halloween Festival that’s underway will culminate this Saturday with its not-to-miss street fair and costume parade.
Classic Halloween movies, musicals and short films offer a variety of ways to get your scare on in the coming days.
Friday evening the podcast personalities behind The Obsessive Viewer will host Shocktober in Irvington, a benefit that celebrates horror flicks and local filmmakers who create them.
The annual Flava Fresh! Art series celebrates emerging visual artists and invites viewers to vote for their favorite works in its fourth exhibit now at the College Avenue Branch library.
October First Friday offerings kick off fall with variety.
Rocky Ripple Festival to give summer a songful sendoff this Saturday with all-day musical performances, arts, eats and family fun.
galleries feature comic book art, natural landscapes and whimsical funk for
September's First Friday offerings.
Indianapolis rapper Oreo Jones needs to catch his breath, but he's too adrenaline-charged and anxious at the moment organizing Saturday's huge hip-hop fest, Chreece.
From behind the camera lens, Indiana artist Kipp Normand shares his views of what he likes most about the 2015 Indiana State Fair.
Pick up Pinterest-worthy pieces during an epic treasure hunt Sunday at the Ritz Charles.
Local firms compete in design and construction at the 2015 Indiana State Fair to creatively raise awareness and funds for Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana.
Gorgeous iPhonography prints, sweets-inspired works, and free art lessons await visitors of August's First Friday gallery tours.
Costumed gamers and game makers come together for Gen Con Indy 2015, which has attracted nearly 60,000 visitors to the city as a highlight for the $880 million international hobby game business. Its cosplay, camaraderie and creative culture drew Sky Blue Window to the scene like a moth to a flame. If you can't make it there before it ends Sunday, take a peek at the fun we found.
This weekend all the players -- including internationally famous fashion designers and entertainers -- will make Indy their stage during Indiana Black Expo's Summer Celebration.
Some of the men and women who made their careers writing and photographing Indy's news and entertainment stopped by the demolition site of the former Indianapolis Star building to get a last look and share some final thoughts about 307 North Penn.
Local painter Jonathan McAfee will debut 16 new portraits, including those of four local hip-hop musicians, at his final solo exhibit this Friday.
Celebrate the First through the Fourth of July when Fountain Square Music Festival lights up the night with many bands, from near and far, playing multiple venues.
For a very brief period of my life, I just knew I was related to the Beatles. Hopefully I still am.
The Indianapolis Art Center's Installation Nation opens Friday with IPS student contributions for the first time, along with works from featured artists.
In observance of Father's Day, Sky Blue Window asked various artists to explore the father figure influence on their work and on themselves.
The 15th annual FAMiLIA FEST to celebrate Latino culture in the Circle City this Sunday, highlighted by top-name musical performances.
As Father's Day approaches, Dan contemplates his words and work as a parent and as a son.
From the Talbot Street Art Fair and Music + Art Festival to IDADA’s 10th Anniversary celebration and Second Saturday at the Art Bank, this weekend's offerings are aplenty.
Head downtown this evening to Indy Reads' 2015 Scavenge the Ave to collect clues for a good cause and trek along Mass Ave, testing your know-how of this vibrant cultural district.
The 2015 Circle City IN Pride Festival gears up to welcome everyone in celebrating Hoosier hospitality and diversity.