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Magazine founder inspires readers who want more

Founder and creator, Arianna Cruz focuses on curating a community for MORE. With a focus on Making Opportunities Reachable for Everyone, she's created this...

From dope to dogs: How one man is bringing hot dogs and hustle to Martindale-Brightwood

James Davis had just been processed out of jail in 2013 on a drug charge. Even though he had been arrested multiple times for selling off and on for decades, he knew he needed to do something different.

Black-owned nail salon creating a professional hub for minority nail techs

Yolanda Lamar was visiting with her grandchildren in Indianapolis when she noticed a prominent nail salon in the Keystone Plaza was closed.

Community stories: The importance of local media outlets

In October 2021, after lending nearly $23 million to Indy’s small business community, the Indy Chamber embarked on a media partnership with the Indianapolis...

IndyPL to host free patent and trademark information event 

The Indianapolis Public Library and speakers from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) are hosting a free event to help small business owners...

IU Health partnering with minority businesses to develop downtown hospital expansion

IU Health is working with more than four dozen minority-businesses as part of its $4.29 billion hospital and medical campus construction project in Indianapolis, the largest hospital expansion project in the country.

AES Indiana releases Community Impact Report

AES Indiana released its 2022 Community Impact Report, detailing more than $2 million in investments throughout Central Indiana. Investments from the utility company were...

15th annual Haitian Flag Day Festival brings pride to Indy

The 15th annual Haitian Flag Day Festival, sponsored by the Haitian Association of Indiana, was Saturday, May 13 at MacCallister Amphitheater in Garfield Park.  

State grant funding available to boost recycling markets and support job creation 

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management is accepting proposals for grants up to $500,000 for recycling projects. Local government, businesses, solid waste management districts...

Getting down to the root of the problem: Kurlykoils

You can find Britteny Davidson inside her shop Kurlykoils, off W. 42nd St., tending to the many clients that walk through her doors. The business launched in 2016, with its main styling services focusing on curly hair care.


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