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    Roman Art from the Louvre in Indianopolis dates

    The Indianapolis Museum of Art will premiere 184 works of Roman Art from the Louvre from September 23, 2007 to January 6, 2008. Most of these works have never been to US before so this is a wonderful opportunity. According to Artdaily.org, “the exhibition examines everyday Roman public and private life through different lenses, including […]

    Gen Con 2007: Gaming in Indianapolis

    Gen Con, founded in 1968, does not refer to international treaties in Switzerland, humanitarian aspects of warfare, or to peacetime disaster relief efforts. It does, however, have something to do with war, war games that is, played at one of the largest gaming conventions in North America. It is a place where players use their […]

    Indy Jazz Festival

    The idea of how best to introduce jazz to Indianapolis, as a means of encouraging tourism, was first thought of in 1998. An enterprising group of people decided to stage the city’s first Jazz Festival in June of 1999. Some of the top jazz musicians including B. B. King, Bruce Hornsby, Chris Isaak, and Freddie […]

    Fountain Square Indianapolis: antiques, art, & restaurants

    Located at the intersection of Virginia Avenue, Shelby, and Prospect Streets, Fountain Square is one of several cultural districts in and around Indianapolis. Approximately a mile and a half from downtown, the area in 1835 was a 264-acre apple orchard owned by a single farmer, Dr. John Sanders. Often considered the first settlers to the […]

    Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians & Western Art in Indianapolis

    The Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis has the unique distinction of being one of only two museums east of the Mississippi having both Native American and Western art. With funding assistance from Lilly Endowment, the Museum was founded by Harrison Eiteljorg, an Indianapolis philanthropist, businessman, and art collector. Eiteljorg was inspired to portray the history of […]

    War Memorial Plaza in Indianapolis

    The War Memorial Plaza, located at 431 N. Meridian Street, is a seven-block historic district dedicated to veterans of WWI, WWII, the Korean War, and Vietnam. It begins just north of the post office and Monument Circle and continues to St. Clair Street. The buildings in the Plaza were built as a part of the […]

    Broad Ripple Village

    In April of 1837, Jacob Coil laid claim to 48 plots of land northeast of Indianapolis on the south bank of the White River. Built at the time when the ripples of the River were the largest and broadest in the county, Broad Ripple Village today is bounded by Keystone Avenue, Kessler Boulevard, and Meridian […]

    Indiana Pacers NBA Basketball

    While in Indianapolis, basketball fans make it a point to cath a Pacers game thanks to their rich history and current competitive play. Early History The Indiana Pacers were originally part of the now defunct American Basketball Association (ABA) when they joined the league in 1967. They played in the Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum during […]

    Indianapolis Colts

    The new Indiana Colts stadium worth $675 million will hopefully be open to the public during the opening of the football season for 2008. It will be officially named the Lucas Oil Stadium and will be the venue not only of the Colts’ football games but also of other sporting events like basketball tournaments under […]

    Indiana State Museum – Indianapolis

    The earliest Indiana State Museum consisted of the small geological collection of the state librarian, R. Deloss Brown, and miscellaneous items added during the Civil War. From one organized and labeled cabinet in 1862, the collection continued to grow and was moved to the third floor of the State Capitol. By 1889, however, it was […]

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