81.4 F
Indianapolis
Monday, May 20, 2024

TAG

fun

Culinary cookoff celebrating family, fun and food

You could find kids, families and food inside the gymnasium of Brookside School 54 Thursday, April 11 for their 3rd annual culinary cook off.

Children’s Museum opens Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Experience

From the sewers to the streets of Indianapolis, the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is presenting a new adventure with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Now...

Jingle Rails returns at Eiteljorg Museum

All aboard the Jingle Rails Express! The beloved holiday tradition chugs into Downtown Indianapolis, bringing a world of model trains, whimsical landscapes and the...

Review: Harvest Nights at Newfields

Harvest Nights, a family-friendly Halloween-themed event at Newfields, has come and gone, with its final run occurring Oct. 31. Did it live up to...

BOOville at the Children’s Museum 

Check out the nation’s oldest continuously operated haunted house, BOOville (open since 1964).

Honor Major Taylor Fondo returns to Indianapolis 

The IU Health Momentum Indy cycling event is back in downtown Indianapolis Aug. 25-26. The event features two criterium races, open to pro and...

Photos: Keith Sweat concert at the 2023 Indiana State Fair

Check out some of these photos from the Free Stage Concert at the 2023 Indiana State Fair sponsored by Pacers Sports & Entertainment (PS&E)...

‘Come play with us’: Seniors’ theatre group invites new members

Actors Ink is inviting new cast members to join them ahead of their upcoming show this fall.

Jokic gets triple-double, Nuggets roll past Heat 104-93 in Game 1 of NBA Finals

DENVER (AP) — Nikola Jokic got a triple-double in his NBA Finals debut, Jamal Murray scored 26 points and the Denver Nuggets had little trouble with the cold-shooting Miami Heat on the way to a 104-93 win in Game 1 of the title series on Thursday night. Jokic finished with 27 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds for the Nuggets, who waited 47 years to make the finals and didn't disappoint. Aaron Gordon scored 16 and Michael Porter Jr. added 14 for Denver, which trailed for all of 34 seconds and eventually led by as many as 24. Bam Adebayo finished with 26 points and 13 rebounds for Miami, which shot 41 percent.

Biden celebrates LSU women’s and UConn men’s basketball teams at separate White House events

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has appealed for more support for female athletes during a White House event celebrating Louisiana State's championship women's basketball team. The event once appeared in jeopardy after Biden's wife, Jill, suggested that the losing Iowa team be invited, too. Friday's ceremony was briefly halted when forward Sa'Myah Smith appeared to collapse on stage. The Bidens lavished praise on the LSU Tigers for their performance and the way they've helped advance women's sports. Neither one mentioned the uproar Jill Biden's earlier comments caused. Biden also welcomed the UConn men's championship basketball team to a White House celebration later Friday.
- Advertisement -

Subscribe to our newsletter

To be updated with all the latest local news.

Stay connected

1FansLike
1FollowersFollow
1FollowersFollow
1SubscribersSubscribe

Latest news

- Advertisement -
ads:
Español + Translate »
Skip to content