As Indiana dog breeders expand across the “puppy mill belt,” can Purdue’s Canine Care Certification Program change how Hoosiers get their pups?
The Indianapolis Art Center opens an exhibit honoring the lives of Joe and Will Lawrance
These shiny spurs have a distinguished presidential history.
As we enter Halloweekend, we’re spotlighting houses across Indianapolis that are ready for goblins and ghouls to knock on their doors ... if they dare.
Photographer Ted Somerville spent several days at the Indiana State Fair capturing a glimpse of what is possibly the best people-watching opportunity of the year.
Changes that draw on the past and look toward the future are underway this year at the Old Northside home of Benjamin Harrison, the Hoosier state’s sole U.S. president.
We were on location to capture the moments from the fifth annual Indy Juneteenth Celebration.
On June 11, Indy Pride returned with its first in-person festival in two years.
On June 11, Indy Pride returns with its first in-person festival in two years. But a controversy involving the group and IMPD highlights how much the world has changed since 2019.
Indianapolis Monthly received seven finalist nominations in the City and Regional Magazine Association’s annual national awards competition.