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Foodies, rejoice! Devour Indy is back

Foodies, rejoice! Devour Indy is back

It's time to take a break from that New Year's diet—Devour Indy is back! If you’re a foodie or just looking to contain your dining-out budget, Devour Indy is a can’t-miss event. The 2019 winter edition of this restaurant ...

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Why we love fall in Indianapolis

Why we love fall in Indianapolis

OK, we know it’s been quite warm lately, but believe it or not, sweater and bonfire weather will soon be upon us, which means the best time in Indy is coming! Here are our four favorite things about fall in Indianapolis, and some events and ...

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Foodies, rejoice! Devour Indy is back

Foodies, rejoice! Devour Indy is back

With both the Indiana State Fair and Devour Indy taking place, August is a tough time for Indy waistlines! But oh, the food! If you’re a foodie or just looking to contain your dining-out budget, Devour Indy is a can’t-miss event....

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Live near the Monon Trail

Live near the Monon Trail

Given the popularity of Central Indiana’s Monon Trail (more than 1.3 million people use it annually!), it’s hard to imagine that some homeowners in the mid ‘90s/early ‘00s were opposed to having the trail run along their ...

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School spotlight: Allisonville Elementary School

School spotlight: Allisonville Elementary School

Washington Township has excellent public schools, and we often get questions about one of its elementaries, Allisonville Elementary School. In fact, we’ve helped many families move within the school’s boundaries for the specific reason ...

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Tired of the Chicago grind? Give Indianapolis a look

Tired of the Chicago grind? Give Indianapolis a look

We get it—Chicago is an amazing city with so much to see and do. But it can be impersonal, expensive, frustrating and COLD! If you’re re-thinking the rat race of Chicago living, we invite you to give Indianapolis a look. Indy offers a ...

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A farewell to 121 E. Ohio St. and downtown Indy

A farewell to 121 E. Ohio St. and downtown Indy

As many of you know, my husband AJ and I lost our home to a devastating fire two years ago. Although we finally moved into our newly completed home in Zionsville recently, it was very bittersweet to say goodbye to the home we had been renting in ...

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Outdoorsy Indy

Outdoorsy Indy

Indianapolis appears to have it all. It boasts affordability; actually it is the most affordable of the top 50 US cities. It allows you to experience all four seasons. The downtown is clean, safe and full of excitement. However, there's one ...

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How one family found a nanny for their Carmel home

How one family found a nanny for their Carmel home

We recently posted some tips on how to find a nanny in Indianapolis. After talking to some families, the Indy Homes Team wanted share one family’s experience. “What’s right for one child may be different for the third.” When ...

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Indianapolis Colts 2013 football season

Indianapolis Colts 2013 football season

Football season is just around the corner and our Indianapolis Colts are back! Colts fans are excited for this upcoming season. With new players and new play strategy, the Colts are planning to go all-the-way for the championship trophy in ...

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Indianapolis 2013 July summer concerts

Indianapolis 2013 July summer concerts

Summer is a fun time to be a music lover in central Indiana. Whether you enjoy the quaint music venue where you can get up-close-and-personal with the artists, a 50,000 seat arena with screaming fans, or if the outdoor concert scene is your ...

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The time for Indianapolis mass transit is now

The time for Indianapolis mass transit is now

Is it possible for Hoosiers to trade in their cars for mass transit? A friend of mine who recently moved from Indianapolis to Chicago eschews her car in favor of taking the train to her job in downtown Chicago. She avoids the snarl of morning ...

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A guide to Indianapolis private high schools

A guide to Indianapolis private high schools

In my role as relocation director at Keller Williams Realty, I am often asked about Indianapolis' private high schools. Indianapolis offers a wide variety of private high schools, large and small, with unique curricula, programs and missions. To ...

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