12 October

Volunteers needed this Fall to keep Indianapolis beautiful

As trees and bees prepare to wind down for the winter, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful’s volunteer opportunities are kicking into overdrive. Volunteers are needed to plant 2,200 new KIB trees, complete three community greenspaces, create a milkweed-monarch sanctuary, and collect thousands of pounds of trash. With over 30 volunteer opportunities in October, November and December there […]

8 September

Market Wagon delivers to your door or employer

You’ve heard it before: “Buy Local”. I’m sure many of you have adopted this notion as well. You find ways to support certain organizations and brands because it’s more than just a good or service. It’s a way to have a direct impact on the economy around you, and it makes you feel good too, […]

22 November

‘Tis the Season to Shop Local!

‘Tis the Season to Shop Local!

While it may be hard to believe, the holiday season is upon us once again, which means it’s time to begin the search for the perfect gift.  Not sure where to start? Check out these unique opportunities to shop local this holiday season! Handmade Promenade | Nov. 20 – Dec. 29 Stop by this unique […]

2 May

Confessions of an Environmentalist: Eating Locally in Indy

Folks, I have a confession to make. As a proud Indianapolis resident, this is difficult to admit; but, during a recent trip to Nashville, TN, while enjoying brunch at a local café after a morning jog through Centennial Park , I felt myself experiencing a dreaded sensation of “city-envy.” All Indianapolis sentiments aside, Nashville is […]

12 March

“If you’re gonna talk the talk, ya gotta walk the walk”: 48 Car-less Hours

I am somewhat ashamed to admit that although I am an avid “transit advocate,” I rarely utilize Indianapolis’ public transportation system.  So, last week, I made the conscious decision to stop talking, and start walking (…and riding the bus).  I hung up my keys, parked my car in my garage, and dedicated 48 hours to living […]