Our team isn’t in the major leagues and our stadium isn’t what you would call staggering, but we keep going back to the ballpark time and time again. This is how the Indianapolis Indians have strengthened our community through outreach and local programming.
Being here sometimes six days out of the week allows me to experience the neighborhood and all it has to offer, and it’s much more than nightlife fueled by PBR.
We aren’t entirely sure where this week went. Like everyone in Indy, we were tossed headfirst into the RFRA whirlwind that threatened to devastate the good reputation of Indiana and our beloved capital city. But we found ourselves in good company, working alongside a coalition of talented, impassioned businesses and organizations to show our country who Indy really is—a city of gracious, kind, and welcoming people.
From fashion to iPhone photography, there's something for everyone looking to warm themselves by Indy's creative fires.
Alan Sternberg is no stranger to hard work. At age 28, he's already the executive chef of Cerulean, one of our favorite clients and Indianapolis' top restaurants. I sat down with Alan to discuss what it's like to be in the middle of Indy's emerging restaurant scene.
For those of you who haven't heard, Creative Mornings---a free, monthly breakfast lecture focused on bringing creative people together---has come to Indy.
I recently heard someone describe Twitter as the modern-day equivalent of the office water cooler: it's where people go to share news, ideas, frustrations and to just take a break. And what better way to take a break and get inspired than in the company of some of Indy's most creative minds?
Less than one week left in 2014, and that means our annual round up of your favorite Pivot blogs. We know you've been on pins-and-needles for this most ultimate of year end Top 10 lists. But first off, we want to say thank you all again for another amazing year here at Pivot.
With only hours until the official holiday shopping season is upon us, we thought we'd save you the trouble of having to guess what you should get us this year.
It’s no secret that advertising often gets a bad rap. Granted, Mad Men has added a touch of glamour to the industry more recently, but I’m not sure advertising will ever fully shake off the Bill Hicks rants and the ire of anti-Consumerists. More idealistic artists, writers, and musicians especially love to take shots at advertising. And believe me, I know. I was one.