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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.

Over the weekend, we’ll be taking a moment to remember those who served our nation and are no longer with us. Here’s how you too can spend the day in remembrance.
Obsessed with everything around you smelling good? Here’s how you can keep it up with locally-made soaps and candles.
Visitors looking for a place to stay are quickly selling out local Airbnbs, particularly in Speedway.
Women’s basketball is back in town. Here’s how you can cheer on Caitlin Clark + the rest of the team as they debut in Indy.
Learn to master macarons, barbecue, pizza, and more with these local cooking classes.
Naptown isn’t always conducive to napping — but here are the areas in the city with the best quiet scores where you can escape the noise.
Now entering its fourth year, the Indiana Peony Festival is blossoming into a weekend-long must-see event. Here’s what to expect.
The Ruins that have imbued Holliday Park with a historical flair for decades lived an interesting life before they came to Indy.
Put your money where your mouth is with all those cowboy emojis you’ve been using and hit the trail on a horseback riding excursion.
Major development projects across the city are making progress, with many wrapping up this spring. Here’s what to expect.
Cinco de Mayo celebrates Mexico’s victory over the Second French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. Here’s how you can observe the holiday in Indianapolis.
If you’ve got a mom in your life who deserves a special day (or two) of celebrations, this Mother’s Day event guide is for you.
Whatever you’re a fan of, you’ll find your tribe (and plenty of merch) at PopCon. Here’s what to expect from the yearly convention.
What’s even sweeter than honey? Producing your own. Here’s everything you need to know about beekeeping in the Circle City.
Cowtown = Flavortown. Our readers recommended five local restaurants Guy Fieri should try next time he’s filming an episode in Fort Worth.
Karaoke isn’t just for weekends. Here’s your day-by-day guide to all the bars in town where you can go to show off your vocal chops (or just have a good time spectating).
Get your headphones or earbuds ready — Indianapolis is overflowing with podcasts about our sports, legislature, history, and much more.
Tell us what you think our city’s vibe is, in the garbled language of Spotify’s funnest feature.
One person’s trash is another person’s treasure. Avoid sending your no-longer-needed items to the landfill and donate them to these local organizations instead.
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.