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Nicole Hernandez

Senior City Editor, INDYtoday

Nicole is based in Indianapolis, IN and graduated from Franklin College with a degree in multimedia journalism. She previously worked as a digital editor for the local NBC News affiliate WTHR. In her free time, she loves checking out new restaurants + businesses around downtown and attending local events.

Dog parks are a great way to socialize, both for your pet and yourself. Just make sure you understand the rules and proper dog park etiquette.
The sixth annual Indy Design Week is almost here — and you don’t want to miss all the fun events and workshops featuring local businesses, organizations, and design experts.
From the Colts to the Pacers, we’re sharing all details of Indianapolis sports teams.
Get your pickle on at these courts.
Not everyone thrives by working from home. If you’re the type that likes to get out of the house and be around other people, here are some coworking spaces to check out around Indianapolis.
Whether you’re a coffee lover or just looking for a new place to try, INDYtoday’s coffee shop guide has you covered. This list of the best coffee shops in Indy will help you find the perfect spot to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea and relax.
According to Pickleheads’ statistics, Indianapolis is among the top 10 pickleball cities based on the number of pickleball locations — so we’re sharing some of those spots to get your game on.
The best way to celebrate any occasion is with food — so eat the eclipse in style with these special offerings at The AMP.
You don’t want to miss the chance to see the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024, but you also don’t want to damage your eyesight. Here’s where you can get some safety glasses.
The Indians will go head-to-head with the Memphis Redbirds on Tuesday, April 2 for the team’s opening night.
Are you registered to vote? We’re sharing everything you need to know to perform your civic duty.
We want to know: Where is the best coffee shop in Indy? Vote for your favorite to help determine a champion.
If you’re like us and you have at least five beverages in front of you at all times — try swapping one out this season for something a little more festive.
Cheers to the total solar eclipse with this unique cocktail lineup at restaurants and bars around Indy.
We’re sharing a few campsite locations across central Indiana that are great for stargazing and viewing the total solar eclipse on Monday, April 8.
A historic church in Fletcher Place will be revived as a new place for the community to gather — and a couple of neighbors are behind the vision.
Indianapolis is hosting the first and second rounds of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, but even if you don’t have tickets to a game — you can still get in on the action.
Prepare for spring weather in Indy with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.
The espresso martini is the perfect blend of coffee and alcohol — and there are several places you can get this popular drink around Indy.
Is golf your favorite pastime? We’ve rounded up some courses to tee up around Indianapolis.
Here are some of the major bills from the 2024 session that are moving forward.
Make the most of good weather by taking your meals al fresco on one of Indy’s many beautiful patios.
The city is getting ready to host a historic Olympic Swimming-qualifying event, right here at Lucas Oil Stadium in less than 100 days.
Whether you’re looking to test out some new music or start working toward your Netflix standup special, here are a few spots around town where you can take the stage.
If you’re planning to stay in the Hoosier state for spring break, you’re in luck. Indy was ranked one of the best spots for a staycation.
We’re sharing some of the biggest road projects to pay attention to while you’re commuting around the Circle City.
Indy’s food truck scene has been on a roll, so we’re helping you keep up with these wheel-y good local eateries.
To help you stay in the know, and create your future Fountain Fletcher bucket list, we’re rounding up all of the new things coming to the neighborhood.
With this additional day of the year, it might have you wondering what to do with this extra time, so here are some fun — and maybe some outlandish — things to do around the Circle City.
Sometimes you just need a small space outside of your home to gather — whether that be for meetings, workshops, private events, etc. We’ve got a list of small venues you may not think of.