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2010 

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  Art in Indianapolis Indy has so much more to offer than great food and sports. Any visit to the Circle City wouldn't be complete until you've seen the arts, up close and in person, on display. By going to any number of art galleries or Indianapolis art museums, you can view thousands of pieces ...
Posted about 4 years ago
Bonsai: An Exhibition of Living Art Bonsai is most definitely a living art. A potter may glaze a pot and then call his masterpiece complete. A painter finishes his work of art with a single stroke, sharing his completed vision with the world. But a Bonsai artist's work is never finish, as his des...
Posted about 4 years ago
  Indianapolis parks are strategically placed throughout the Circle City, as a kind of oasis from the concrete jungle that Indianapolis tends to spiral toward. These green heavens not only provide beautiful landscape for walking, hiking, picnic and more, but also special events and programs to he...
Posted about 4 years ago
  In addition to hosting one of the most anticipated events in Indianapolis sports all year, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway opens its doors for a number of Indianapolis community events. This Sunday, April 25 the Indianapolis Motor Speedway teams up with the Humane Society of Indianapolis for Mu...
Posted about 4 years ago
  Sesame Street has been a part of growing and learning for children around the world since its creation in 1969. New and old characters from Sesame Street have been teaching Indianapolis kids the alphabet, numbers and important morals for decades. Its even taken to the road with tours of Sesame ...
Posted about 4 years ago
  Famous across the nation for their conservation efforts and awards, the Indianapolis Zoo could never pass up the opportunity to celebrate Mother Earth on Earth Day. This weekend the Indianapolis Zoo hosts two events to save the Planet: Power Recycling Weekend and Earth Day Indiana Festival at ...
Posted about 4 years ago
  Flowers, trees, fields, gardens and nature have all been the source of inspiration for celebrated painters. From Claude Monet to Vincent Van Gogh and even George Seurat, each artist has placed their own interpretation on nature the lenses of the paint brush. But who says the garden, itself, can...
Posted about 4 years ago
  Homes in Plainfield, Indiana spent over twice as long on the market in March, 2010 compared to February. The average time spent on market was 113 days compared to 54 days the previous month; an increase of 109 percent. The 12-month average time spent on market is 88 days. If you’re looking for...
Posted about 4 years ago
  The total number of monthly pending sales in Noblesville, Indiana began to rise significantly in February and continued this rise in March with 130 pending sales. In fact, not only is March’s total for pending sales a 15-month high, no other month came within 19 percent of matching this total....
Posted about 4 years ago
  The Naptown Roller Girls take over the Pepsi Coliseum at the Indiana State Fairgrounds this Saturday, April 17. Their latest event, "Fury on the Flat Track," offers double header derby action. It also marks their final bout of season 4. The Naptown Roller Girls' Warning Belles will kick off thi...
Posted about 4 years ago
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