When COVID-19 threatened to shut down businesses left and right, Fonseca Theatre Company survived through innovation because, according to founder Bryan Fonseca, “Artists are creative. … We find a way to get to opening night.”
The summer season has been extremely different. For months, it seemed summer staples such as festivals, live music and other public events became a thing of the past.
The Beautillion Militaire Scholarship Program is a 26-session rites of passage program for African American young men in grades 11-12 in Central Indiana public and private schools. The program was started by Jack and Jill of America, Indianapolis Chapter in 1984. Its mission is to further de…
The White River Alliance and White River Canoe Company will offer free paddle boating on six days in July and August to encourage small groups of people to get outside while maintaining social distancing.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana (BBBSCI) recently began a virtual initiative to find mentors willing to uphold its commitment to youth in Indianapolis by partnering with the Indianapolis Indians.
When Nicole Kearney opened her winery, Sip & Share Wines, in 2016, she had no idea what it would grow into. With several collections of year-round and seasonal wines, Kearney and her team have been sharing vegan wine around the country by tabling at events and festivals.
Allow me to re-introduce myself, my name is Tevin Studdard. My childhood was spent between Haughville and 46218, and IPS and private school. My perspective and outlook on life were very different yet balanced. I saw everything from my cousin Ruben win “American Idol” to my cousin Antwyn's re…