5 July

You Don’t Know Jack: Hip to Be Square – And to Eat Tacos.

Urban Dictionary defines a ‘square’ as the following: 1. (n; adj) A person who is regarded as dull, rigidly conventional, and out of touch with current trends. My guess is that the founders of Fountain Square had something else in mind when naming this sweet little area just south of downtown Indy – and if […]

16 May

You Don’t Know Jack: Wholesale District Review. Jack and Jill Style.

As you may or may not know Indyhub.org is letting me back on my soapbox and given me two thumbs up to provide my very own reviews hotspots within Indy’s Cultural Districts. Little do they know, I have never actually written a review. Have you? It’s not easy. I tried for all of 75 seconds […]

22 April

Under the Hub: Vol. 3

By Ryan Puckett – Some of you may know me already as one of the “Spokes” on indyhub.org. While I’m helping out at IndyHub, I want to give you a little insight about what happens under the hub… er, hood. For one night each summer, the Indianapolis Zoo transforms into Zoobilation, a festival featuring some […]

4 April

You Don’t Know Jack: Butler Wins!

BUTLER WINS! How do I know that already? I don’t. I just seriously doubt that anyone on earth will read this blog on April 5th, because let’s face it… nobody cares what Jack and I have to say the day after the National Championship Game when our very own Butler Bulldogs are playing. I was […]

9 December

The Great Green Hope: Out of Pecha Kucha Emerges a Growing Space

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending “Pecha Kucha Vol. 7: The Next Indianapolis,” at The Toby in the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indyhub helped promote this free event as part of the Spirit & Place Festival and it was definitely a special night. The concept of Pecha Kucha (pronounced ”puh chock […]

14 July

The Great Green Hope: The Greenest Burrito

Others may define things more narrowly, but in my opinion, how food is farmed and raised is very much about being eco-friendly, sustainable, environmentally conscious or green. Personally, I try to choose foods that are locally grown, naturally and humanely raised, and, if possible, organic. Not everything I want to eat is available this way, […]