Circling this city with one eye open.

We aim to capture life around our city and bring issues that people ignore to light.

widdleme:

panhandler’s poetry by @yodevg [directed by @stoveyfries].

(via yodevg)

Page 10 & Pages 102-108- @yoDevG

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Model and designer, Ashley Chew and Devon Ginn at the Indiana Repertory Theatre for the launch of the 2nd issue of Pattern Paper.


Model and designer, Ashley Chew and Devon Ginn at the Indiana Repertory Theatre for the launch of the 2nd issue of Pattern Paper.

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avecnoved:

Heist and Seek- a fashion editorial I shot for Pattern. Want to see the rest of the spread? Click here!

avecnoved:

Heist and Seek- a fashion editorial I shot for Pattern. Want to see the rest of the spread? Click here!

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whiteriverstprk:

HART’s Shakespeare on the Canal at White River State Park @WhiteRiverStPrk … Celebration Plaza Amphitheater outdoor rehearsal | Tuesday July 17 … FREE Shows Where the GRASS Grows! http://inwhiteriver.com #ArtMatters #TeamWRSP

whiteriverstprk:

HART’s Shakespeare on the Canal at White River State Park @WhiteRiverStPrk … Celebration Plaza Amphitheater outdoor rehearsal | Tuesday July 17 … FREE Shows Where the GRASS Grows! http://inwhiteriver.com #ArtMatters #TeamWRSP

editorjeremiah:

#FNOindy planning crew post meeting pic. Thanks to the Polina. Sept. 6 mark your calendars for Indy fashion party. (Taken with Instagram)

#Fashion #Indy #CircleCity #FNOIndy

editorjeremiah:

#FNOindy planning crew post meeting pic. Thanks to the Polina. Sept. 6 mark your calendars for Indy fashion party. (Taken with Instagram)

#Fashion #Indy #CircleCity #FNOIndy

weekend-getaway:

THINGS TO DO AROUND ST.LOUIS - #22 INDIANAPOLIS

This is the first time I am venturing out of Missouri for a weekend outing, but there are a lot of places around STL that make for perfect weekend getaways. Be it other mid-west cities, state parks, rivers and lakes or scenic drives, each destination gives a little peek in the unique mid-western culture – historic, close to nature, easy-going and progressive all at the same time, and above all, highly under-rated.  Indianapolis is one of the cities just 3-4 hr drive from STL and gives a nice change from your daily routine. It is a small urban area with its own feel and vibe and event highlights such as Super Bowl, Nascar, etc.

 

Things to do:

- The canal…this is the non-commercialized and shorter version of the San Antonio canal experience. The Indy canal is soo pretty with its greenery, the bridges and the pretty homes lined on both sides. You can canoe or paddleboat or take gondola rides in the waters. You can also explore the canal through biking, Segway, 4-seater cycles, or skateboards or on foot

- In my opinion, the best way to explore any city is on foot…that’s when you feel the vibe and the culture. And Indy downtown is best suited for this activity. If you don’t mind walking at the speed of talk, then you can explore the entire Indianapolis downtown on foot, as the area is not too large

- The Monument is another attraction in downtown dedicated to war soldiers I guess…you can go to the top of the monument for $2 and enjoy the Indy views from the top. If you decide to climb the 24-storey tall structure, you can do that FOC

- Other stuff in downtown include museums, malls, zoo…you may visit them as per your taste and liking

- For nightlife, Whoesale district and Mass Ave have some great options

- For food, I enjoyed Scotty’s Brewhouse and Café Patachou gave me an awesome brunch!

- There are some state parks in driving distance too…Brown county state park one of them

Time: 4 hour drive from STL. A weekend is perfect for an Indy visit. We skipped the state parks etc as there are enough of them here in MO. 

More details: http://visitindy.com/ and tripadvisor

Suggested itinerary:

-Can leave STL on a friday evening and enjoy the Indy nightlife starting Friday night

-Saturday, visit the canal in daytime. There are some good restaurants and cafes with a canal view and back to nightlife later

-Sunday, visit the downtown, the monument, enjoy brunch at local places, and then head back to STL

#Indy #CircleCity

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gqfashion:

Scenes from Paris Fashion Week
@JetRoulette shot by @yoDevG #noved #CircleCity #Fashion #Indy

@JetRoulette shot by @yoDevG #noved #CircleCity #Fashion #Indy

..top 10 artists in INDY to FEAR..

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sewloco:

Behinds The Scenes of “Play on Pattern” by @mallorytalty

@mallorytalty #Stereoscope #Indy #Fashion #Dance #CircleCity

nazthinksoutloud:

“Severed Head Medusa” (Taken with Instagram)

#Indy #Music @Naz_TheAntiStar

nazthinksoutloud:

“Severed Head Medusa” (Taken with Instagram)

#Indy #Music @Naz_TheAntiStar

@ThatBiancaReign shot by @yoDevG #noved #CircleCity #Fashion #Indy

@ThatBiancaReign shot by @yoDevG #noved #CircleCity #Fashion #Indy


After 22 months of waiting, she is finally here! Keepers at the Indianapolis Zoo welcomed the newest addition, an adorable baby African elephant, at 11:48pm Thursday, June 28, in the elephant barn. The female calf weighed 244 pounds at birth and was up on her feet in minutes — a positive early sign. She also started curiously feeling around with her trunk right away and the keepers say she is healthy and strong!Mom Ivory, a 30-year-old African elephant, is also doing well. The labor was quick and smooth, and both mother and baby reached another positive early benchmark when the calf successfully nursed multiple times overnight. The calf, which hasn’t been named yet, was the sixth overall at the Zoo — all through artificial insemination (AI) with a technique pioneered at the Zoo. With each new African elephant birth, the Zoo sets a new record for the number of successful births through AI. In March and August 2000, the two mothers first made headlines around the world when they gave birth to the first two elephant calves successfully conceived through AI. Since then, both moms have successfully given birth three times.You’ll have the chance to weigh in on the name for the calf through the Zoo’s Facebook page once the elephant staff selects a few names as finalists. Check for updates in the coming weeks. Indianapolis Zoo babies are presented by Community Health Network.

Welcome!

After 22 months of waiting, she is finally here! Keepers at the Indianapolis Zoo welcomed the newest addition, an adorable baby African elephant, at 11:48pm Thursday, June 28, in the elephant barn. The female calf weighed 244 pounds at birth and was up on her feet in minutes — a positive early sign. She also started curiously feeling around with her trunk right away and the keepers say she is healthy and strong!

Mom Ivory, a 30-year-old African elephant, is also doing well. The labor was quick and smooth, and both mother and baby reached another positive early benchmark when the calf successfully nursed multiple times overnight. The calf, which hasn’t been named yet, was the sixth overall at the Zoo — all through artificial insemination (AI) with a technique pioneered at the Zoo. With each new African elephant birth, the Zoo sets a new record for the number of successful births through AI. In March and August 2000, the two mothers first made headlines around the world when they gave birth to the first two elephant calves successfully conceived through AI. Since then, both moms have successfully given birth three times.

You’ll have the chance to weigh in on the name for the calf through the Zoo’s Facebook page once the elephant staff selects a few names as finalists. Check for updates in the coming weeks. Indianapolis Zoo babies are presented by Community Health Network.

Welcome!

(via whiteriverstprk)

theaidg:

CLIENT: @IamTashaJonesPROJECT: AdvertisementPROJECT LEAD: Joseph ALLEN Woods
web: www.TheAIDG.comtwitter: @TheAIDG

@IamTashaJones #Poetry #Indy #CircleCity

theaidg:

CLIENT: @IamTashaJones
PROJECT: Advertisement
PROJECT LEAD: Joseph ALLEN Woods

web: www.TheAIDG.com
twitter: @TheAIDG

@IamTashaJones #Poetry #Indy #CircleCity