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  • Aroundtown

    $5 Million Dollar Lilly Endowment grant to assist with City-County Building Plaza project

    In support of the effort to redevelop the City-County Building Plaza into active and dynamic public space, Lilly Endowment Inc. has awarded the Indianapolis-Marion County Building Authority, the operator and owner of the plaza, a $5 Million dollar grant.  This grant is subject to the City of Indianapolis providing matching funds of at least $5 Million dollars for the project's construction.  The plaza, which is deteriorating and suffers from water damage, has been identified as having great potential as a public space in downtown’s new Market East District.  The construction budget for the project is estimated at $8 million dollars with design, engineering, programming and other management costs comprising the remaining $2 million dollars. 

  • Aroundtown

    Get a true taste of Indiana

    Six years ago, a group of individuals sparked the idea to create a food festival unlike any other. These days, the members of Dig IN, an organization that provides educational resources for agricultural, culinary arts and local food sectors in Indiana, has seen their dream come to life.

  • Aroundtown

    Indianapolis’ Black-owned food trucks are here to stay

    Whether you’re tired of the typical fast food restaurants or you just need a real meal on the go, food trucks can be the solution to your quest. There are tons of food trucks in the Indianapolis area that serve all sides of town. Want to try a food truck but don’t know how to locate them or where to start?

  • Aroundtown

    Anderson Indiana Black Expo kicks off Summer Festival this week

    This week, the Anderson chapter of the Indiana Black Expo will kick off its 2015 Summer Festival. 

  • Aroundtown

    Hear Janet Jackson's first new song in seven years, 'No Sleeep'

    Janet Jackson announced her upcoming album earlier this year, and now she's dropped a brand new song.

  • Aroundtown

    Taraji P. Henson Graces The Cover Of W Magazine

    Taraji P. Henson is on a roll. Just a few days ago we were swooning over her Allure cover and today it was revealed she's gracing the August 2015 issue of W.

  • Sports

    Pacers select Myles Turner in 2015 NBA Draft

    The Indiana Pacers Thursday night selected Myles Turner with their first-round draft choice (11th overall) in the 2015 NBA Draft. Turner, a 6-11, 240-pound forward/center, played collegiately at Texas, averaging 10.1 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.6 blocked shots per game. Turner was named the 2015 Big 12 Freshman of the Year.

  • Sports

    WNBA star Tina Charles donates half her $100,000 salary to charity

    WNBA players don't earn a salary anywhere close to their NBA counterparts, but that's not stopping New York Liberty center Tina Charles from sharing her wealth.

  • Sports

    Three-time NBA All-Star talk game finals, career

    Jamaal “Silk” Wilkes, who played under legendary coach John Wooden at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), won back-to-back NCAA championships in his collegiate career. At his time at UCLA he was a Collegiate Academic All-American for three years. UCLA also set a collegiate record going on an 88 game win streak.

  • Religion

    Unceasing prayers

    Ephesians 6:18 – “…praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, being watchful to this end with all perseverance and supplication for all the saints.”

  • Religion

    Blessings delivered in the comfort of your own vehicle

    Among American fast food chains, drive-thru services have been available to the public since the 1940s where customers can conveniently order, pay for and receive food in the comfort of their vehicle. Since then, banks, post offices, pharmacies and now churches have discovered how beneficial drive-thru services can be.

  • Religion

    Andrew Gouché: 'God’s Bass Man' releases debut album

    Andrew Gouché is all about the bass. He is the real deal – just ask any musician anywhere in the world. He is appropriately referred to as the Godfather of Gospel Bass; a world-renowned bassist whose skills have graced over 250 Gospel, Jazz and R&B albums.

Food Truck Friday at the Recorder

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper hosted their first Food Truck Friday event.

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Recorder reporter Jessica Key shares her thoughts on voting, and city improvement. This video was...

Jessica Key Speaks To Mayoral Candidates
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