Flipping through the television channels, you will find more than a few shows about buying and selling homes and the professionals that make it happen. Networks like HGTV and DIY have cast real estate careers into the spotlight, sometimes glamorizing the hard work and grit that goes along with success.
We all know our furry friends need a LOT of exercise from time to time. There are several parks around Indy that are canine friendly. Keep reading to check out a few! BROAD RIPPLE BARK PARK https://www.instagram.com/p/BYBVbDtDkFU/?taken-at=111303 PAUL RUSTER BARK PARK https://www.instagram.com/p/BDT4nFJEyUN/?taken-at=2557908 FORT HARRISON DOG PARK https://www.instagram.com/p/BYMmj0FA1Qa/?taken-at=218838677 INDY HUMANE DOG PARK https://www.instagram.com/p/BYHd_t4FJoO/?taken-by=indyhumane SMOCK BARK PARK https://www.instagram.com/p/6vnVcluu6w/?taken-at=43432829 4 PAWS DOG PARK https://www.instagram.com/p/BCT8YsZFg_J/?taken-at=86187856 PLAINFIELD BARK
Indianapolis’ Heartland Film organization has long been known for their Heartland Film Festival which takes place every October, but now they’ve included another special event to add to their repertoire. Cultural Journey: India will take film buffs on, well, a journey, through the national, social and artistic nuances that make
By the summer of 1777, the newly created United States of America was in full-fledge revolt, and the Revolutionary War was well along. A year earlier, George Washington gave Betsy Ross the responsibility of creating a flag for the American Colonies to symbolize unification during this struggle. On June 14th,