Sure we need to spring clean. But let’s get organized first.
As the theatre bids adieu to a seasoned leader, it expands audience offerings as it heads into a new chapter.
2023 will hopefully be a great year to remember, and here at Indy Maven, we believe these amazing changemakers are all women to watch.
What better way to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day than by supporting local organizations continuing the work of making the world a more just, equitable place for all?
Malkah Bird and Erin Polley of Rising Collective are offering Mental Health First Aid, De-Escalation, and Bystander Intervention training for all.
Maura Malloy shares how she felt after a ten-day trial of the Dexcom G6 Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM).
Local coach Meghan Barich talks to us about this method of relieving stress and creative blocks and how she combines it with journaling.
When Laura Spiegel’s daughter was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, she created Paint Her In Color—and a beautiful community came to life.
You may know her from her delish spot, Ezra’s Enlightened Café, but did you know she teaches a whole plant-based lifestyle program too?
Women are very much leading the way in the performing arts—and we can’t wait to see how stage productions make a comeback in the year ahead.