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  • New comedy club open in downtown Indianapolis

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A new comedy club open downtown has top name comedians, special events, and open mic nights. Owners are hoping to breathe some new life into Indianapolis’ stand-up scene. Sherman got a look inside Helium Comedy Club to find out how this club is different

  • Supporting midsize schools during March Madness

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — March wouldn’t be the same without some madness on the court. The NCAA Basketball tournament has begun and some of the mid-major madness is made at an Indianapolis business. Sherman checked out Homefield Apparel to find out how they specialize in small colleges in a big way.

  • New generations get a taste of Indiana history in Noblesville

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Pickle-brine fried chicken and beef manhattans are staples at a popular family restaurant. New generations are getting a taste of Indiana history in Noblesville. Sherman stopped by Grindstone Public House to see how they are reinventing some classic menu items.

  • Celebrate National Cheesesteak Day at Hoagies & Hops

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Show your love for cheesesteaks while helping support the mission of a neighborhood community center. Sherman visited Hoagies & Hops ahead of National Cheesesteak Day this Sunday to find out how you can celebrate while helping support the MLK Center.

  • Thrift store uses technology to spot fake donations

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Thrift stores are great places to score secondhand items for much less money. However, it can be hard to tell if the clothing and accessories on the shelves and racks are legitimate designer items. Rich Demuro went to Goodwill to find out how the thrift store chain is using artificial intelligence to test the authenticity of its donations.

  • Riders prepare for Supercross World Championships

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Big jumps, high speeds, and an interactive pre-race fan fest are all coming to Lucas Oil Stadium this weekend. The Racing Capital of the World is hosting one of the world’s most competitive motorcross races this weekend, so Sherman stopped by for a preview.

  • Indianapolis restaurant gets a head start on St. Patrick’s Day

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Most of us will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this weekend, but one Indianapolis restaurant is getting a jump on the party with scratch-made food, cool sounds, and good beer. Sherman stopped by Tried and True Alehouse to see what they have in store.

  • New exhibit celebrates the color of style

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — From high fashion gowns to everyday wear from the 1800s, who we are is shaped by how we dress. That’s the theme of a brand new exhibit of historic clothing and costumes. Sherman visited the Indiana State Museum to check out its newest exhibit, Color of Style.  

  • Beloved Tex Mex restaurant opens year-round location

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Texy Mexy has been a farmer’s market favorite for the last eight seasons and now it has a new year-round location. They offer unique tacos, housemade tamales, and award-winning salsa that has fans excited to visit whenever the craving strikes. Sherman went to Noblesville to have a taste for himself.

  • New fitness app provides personal training through your headphones

    If you’re lacking motivation to work out, you may have considered hiring a personal trainer. They can be expensive, and there’s a new app on the market that aims to make the personal training experience a little more accessible. Rich Demuro tested out Aaptiv to find out how it puts trainers right into your headphones.

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