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Get sweaty this spring at Indy’s best hot yoga studios

As more “trendy” workouts begin to take the main stage in Indy’s workout scene, hot yoga studios have blossomed and boomed for many looking...

The Startup Ladies Call For Women Entrepreneur Applicants Ahead of Third-Annual #InvestInWomenFounders Summit; Applications Close May 14, 2024

Free Opportunity for Women Entrepreneurs: Apply Now for Top 9 Spot & Access to Capital Investments at Summit on December 5, 2024 IND. (APRIL 10,...

REVIEW: ‘What Do You Need?’ by Lauren Wesley Wilson

That wasn't the answer you wanted. Beating around the bush, hemming and hawing, those aren't answers. A solid yes or no, that's what you require,...

Financial literacy starts at home

Financial literacy is low among many U.S. adults. Despite the substantial economic impact African Americans have in the United States, their financial well-being falls behind the national average.

Q & A: Remembering women during Women’s History Month

The Women's Fund of Central Indiana celebrates and uplifts women both during and outside of Women’s History Month.   As March comes to a close, the...

Celebrate National Building Black Wealth Day April 13

The National Association of Real Estate Brokers and the Church of God in Christ INC are collaborating for National Building Black Wealth Day April...

Girl Gang Indy catalyzes success among women entrepreneurs

One entrepreneur was driven to ignite a spark of empowerment in Indianapolis by founding Girl Gang Indy in the summer of 2020. What began...

New supportive housing units open on the near north side

By JILL SHERIDAN Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett at a press conference to announce the new units. (Photo provided/City of Indianapolis) More than 50 new apartments are open...

Women in Tech Week announced

INDIANAPOLIS: Linda Calvin and Karrah Herring announced Women IN Tech Week during the Ball State University Women Working in Technology Conference this morning. Governor...

The IRS is investigating Shohei Ohtani’s interpreter and an alleged bookmaker. Here’s what we know

By STEPHEN WADE, TONG-HYUNG KIM and STEFANIE DAZIO Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Shohei Ohtani's interpreter is being criminally investigated by the IRS,...

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