Photos From Indianapolis Pride Parade 2024

Photographer Tony Valainis went downtown to photograph the 2024 Indianapolis Pride Parade, capturing a glimpse of the annual celebration of all things LGBTQ in Indianapolis. 

WNBA Faces An Uphill Climb For Appropriate Attention

While the WNBA continues to grow its fanbase, in part thanks to this year’s talented rookie class, the league continues to receive comments about the sport and its players that hinder its progress.

Editor’s Note: Over the Moon

As the sunshine approaches, Indianapolis Monthly’s Editor-in-chief shares summer musts and aspirations for the warmer weather.

Naysayer: Solving The Pacers’ Late-Game Collapse Problem

This season's team showed that they had the grit and talent to go far but lacked critical experience, leading to repeatedly snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

Photos From The Month Of May 2024

The electricity in the air at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this year made for a spectacular Month of May. Here are our photos capturing that lightening in its metaphorical bottle.

Photos from the I Made Rock ’N’ Roll Festival

Photographer Tony Valainis attended the inaugural I Made Rock And Roll Festival, capturing a glimpse of what is hopefully a new annual tradition in Indianapolis. This year’s featured artists included the Robert Randolph Band, Inner Peace, Meet Me @ The Altar, Joy Oladolkun, Gary Clark Jr., and Janelle Monáe. 
A man in sunglasses looks straight ahead while standing on a golf course.

Naysayer: Conversation With A Starter

Indiana is filled with incredible golf courses, some of which have only gotten better, while others seems to have lost something along the way.

Naysayer: Elly-Mania Is Here

And that’s good for me and the Cincinnati Reds.

Naysayer: Look Out Indy, Sports Teams Will Be Relevant

The planets finally seem to have aligned for Indy to surge to national prominence with more teams than at any time in recent memory.

Thanks for the Memories

After 17 years of making you smile, laugh, and (hopefully) think, I bid you a fond farewell.