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  • Downtown Indy Inc. Celebrating 25 Years

    For the last 25 years, Downtown Indy Inc. has done its best to make Indianapolis a better place to live, work and play. Now the nonprofit is celebrating a silver milestone. On Thursday, September 20th, leaders will host the ‘Silver Shindig‘ on Georgia St. Tickets are still available. Come check out some of the best food, drink and entertainment Indy has to offer.

  • Fall Fashion Trends

    You have a couple of weeks to swap out your closet ahead of the Fall season! So what’s in style this year? Plaid, high-waisted pants and clunky shoes! Our fashion expert, Ashley Stylz, shows off the dos and don’ts for the upcoming season.

  • Kids First on Fox: Part-time Jobs for Teens

    KIDS FIRST ON FOX – By age 18, 80% of American teens will have held some sort of job. The average high schooler works at least 20 hours a week. If you are looking to find a job that works around your classroom and homework schedule, there are tips to keep in mind. Crew Carwash is always looking to help a hard-working teen earn extra money. LifeSmart Youth has other tips on youth development and building health relationships.

  • Concert season at Garfield Park

    The September schedule at Garfield Park’s MacAllister Amphitheater is packed with music and family fun. On the list is the first annual ‘Holler on the Hill’ festival, Sept. 22-23. Father John Misty, BORNS and the Revivalists will also be coming to town this month. Garfield Park, located on the south side of Indy, is a family friendly venue with plenty to do all over the grounds.

  • National Preparedness Month

    September is National Preparedness Month. For parents, it’s important to create and communicate a plan for when the unexpected happens. Being prepared for a disaster can be the different between life and death. FEMA is offering tips when it comes to designing a plan for your household.

  • Come Explore Nursing

    Looking to give nursing a shot? On Wednesday, August 29th, the St. Vincent Indianapolis campus will host the ‘Come Explore Nursing’ event. They are partnering with Marian University’s nursing program. Anyone with an interest in pursuing a nursing career can stop by!

  • Festiv-ALE Fundraiser 2018

    Beer and wine lovers, get excited! Victory Field, in downtown Indy, will host the 2018 Festiv-Ale Fundraiser. Proceeds from the event go to the Indiana chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Tickets start at $40. It includes food and drink from various local restaurants, breweries and distilleries. Festiv-Ale will be held Saturday, September 22nd.

  • Symptoms of Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease

    Kids are starting a new school year. Heading back to class means exposure to a wave of germs. Doctors are reporting a high number of cases of  hand-foot-and-mouth disease. It’s very contagious and the symptoms last for several weeks. Dr. Michael McKenna, pediatrician with St. Vincent Hospital, offers important tips to keep your kids healthy.

  • Kid’s First on FOX: Teaching disability awareness

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Students all over the state are heading back to class. This year, we encourage you to make a difference in the life of a student with a disability. More schools are integrating youth with different-abilities into regular classrooms. 95% of students with special needs attend public schools. So what can you do? It can be as simple as saying ‘Hello!’ Changes to your vocabulary and actions will make a bigger difference than you can imagine. LifeSmart Youth […]

  • IPS ‘Back to School’ Festival

    It’s back to school time for IPS students. They will return for the new school year on Monday, August 6th. Ahead of the first day, the district is inviting students and parents to the ‘Back to School’ festival at the Indiana Historical Society. They will also be giving away school supplies through the ‘Backpack Attack’ program. It’s all free of charge!