Join (for free!) on March 8 to hear a discussion focused on social justice work by athletes at both the collegiate and professional—with panelists like Indiana Fever star Jantel Lavender, who we chatted with ahead of the event.
We spoke to four Indianapolis-area mental health professionals about their best tips for setting clear and healthy limits that can help you stand up for yourself, improve your relationships, and spend your time doing what’s important to you.
Have you been thinking about downloading TikTok, but weren’t sure where to even begin? Our intrepid Indy Maven interns have you covered with this user-friendly primer to the app dominating youth culture.
Platforms like OnlyFans and Patreon have seen a steady rise in users in 2020 with content creators starting channels focused on everything from sex work to cooking. Get to know this popular new corner of the internet through some of the locals who have been early on the trend.
We stand in solidarity with Black people. We know many in our community are hurting right now and join you in the fight for real, substantive change. We stand with you, we hear you, and we are here for you. Black. Lives. Matter.
There is still way too much stigma surrounding the most natural occurrences in the female body—which just makes us want to scream about our menstrual cycles from the rooftops. Here fellow Mavens share their stories.
The organizations that serve some of the most vulnerable women in our community have taken a big hit during the pandemic—but they’re still doing the important work. Find out the clever ways they’re adjusting and how you can help.
The founder and president of digital marketing agency Sapphire Strategy shares her insight on her ever-evolving industry, her biggest success stories, and how she and her clients have adjusted to the current economic climate.
The branch manager for Carpenter Realtors tells us about studying for exams during NBA Finals games as a Pacemate, how she’s adjusting professionally to our new normal, and the places she’s missing most around Indy right now.
The executive chef of The Patachou Foundation shares what it’s like to cook up 3,000 meals a week, her complicated relationship with journalism, and an important chapter from her life that’s never been told publicly before.
The co-founder and executive director of PATTERN gives us the details on how she’s organizing sewing efforts to help healthcare workers, her take on Indy’s growing creative community, and the story behind her signature cat ears.
In honor of Women’s History Month, here are some of our favorite female-led projects to stream—from the new Madam CJ Walker series on Netflix to ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ with Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington.
Exciting changes are afoot at the Indy airport, so whether you’re jetting off on a nonstop to Paris or slogging through another business travel workweek, here’s the inside scoop on where to nosh, sip, and splurge the next time you’re at IND.