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Shea Stapley

City Editor

Shea lives in Indianapolis, IN. She previously worked as a producer for a creative marketing agency. In her spare time, you can find her doing anything and everything active, belting musical theatre songs in the car next to you, or hunting down the perfect cup of chai.

Cowtown = Flavortown. Tell us where you think Guy Fieri should stop next time he’s filming an episode in Fort Worth.
Get ready for several new spots where you can grab a delicious boba or fresh juice this summer.
Whether you like it Texas-style, Carolina-style, or just-how-my-grandma-used-to-make-it-style, there’s a barbecue restaurant in Indy for you.
Get started on filing your 2024 tax return.
What’s that sound? It’s your drone capturing awesome pictures and videos of the Circle City — after you learn the rules and guidelines.
We’re looking for new accounts to follow that represent the best of the best in Indy.
There are 38 Indy James Beard Award winners and semifinalists from years past — let’s get to know them a little bit ahead of the 2024 awards.
Whether you’re interested in kickboxing, jiu-jitsu, karate, taekwondo, or capoeira, there’s a gym (or several) in the Circle City for you.
We asked where you would send Guy Fieri on an Indy culinary adventure and you did not disappoint.
We want to know: Where is the best coffee shop in Indy? Vote for your favorite to help determine a champion.
Mother Earth is defrosting and she’s sprouting dozens of edible plants + flowers that you can find in your own backyard.
Here come the bride, groom, and a whole lot of revelry. Give your bachelor or bachelorette parties a taste of Indy with these fun ideas.
The reasoning behind Indy’s Circle City nickname is obvious, but what about its Naptown moniker? Here’s where the name originated.
Naptown = Flavortown. Here’s where we think Guy Fieri should stop the next time he’s filming an episode in Indy.
Tired of paying for eggs? Before you go starting your own flock, here’s what you need to know about chicken ownership.
Stars, circles, and stripes — what’s the story behind Indy’s official flag?
Chase the rainbow at these St. Patrick’s Day events around the Circle City.
Want to take a page from Forrest Gump’s book and hit the pavement? These running clubs around the Circle City can help.
What stores, restaurants, and venues would you like to see return the most?
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.
It’s mint to be — ice cream stores in the area are opening, moving, and remodeling this spring.
Put on your cowboy boots and mosey on down to one of these local spots for line dancing.
Are you planning to eat your way through a restaurant’s entire menu? Or spend more time exploring local trails? What about volunteering? We want to know what your resolutions are.
Whether you enjoy the excitement of unwrapping a new Zombicide expansion or prefer a good old-fashioned game of Clue, these stores have everything you need to host game night.
While Indy’s most recognizable mall has seen better days since opening in 1995, an exciting redevelopment that promises to revitalize the area is just around the corner.
Wrapping up the year with the best of the best.
Whether it’s 0 or 100 degrees outside, these condiments will keep you toasty year round.
Average daily walking trips dropped by 36% in the US between 2019 and 2022 — see how Indianapolis compares.
Here’s the 411 on electric vehicle infrastructure and rebates in the Circle City.
2023’s Google Year in Search is out — check out what Hoosiers were searching most this year (it might surprise you).