After languishing behind bars for a crime that she didn’t commit, Kristine Bunch is advocating for the wrongly incarcerated.
Zuri Muniz is the flesh and blood behind one of Indianapolis’ most captivating burlesque personalities: Señorita Pussy.
In a joint effort with Bank of America and Indianapolis City Market, the Indy Black Chamber of Commerce is helping minority entrepreneurs bolster their start-ups after the pandemic’s financial drought.
Leigh Rusyn shares how she found community in Indy by joining the Indianapolis Gaelic Athletic Association (Indy GAA).
After Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, Svitlana Ramer and Mariya Plichta united to form the Ukrainian Society of Indiana.
Formerly working for a social services agency in Indianapolis, Tocarra Mallard is now making her true dreams a reality.
The granddaughter of a Harlem Renaissance artist, Dana Powell-Smith paved her own path to creative success, becoming an award-winning artist after a life-altering accident.
We’ve compiled a list of five of the most unparalleled creative Mavens in the city.
In an industry that has been historically known as a “man’s world,” women like Olivia Ray are reversing that long-held narrative in sport.
As Executive Director of The Philippines Cultural Community Center, Liz Prevot is turning wounds from her mother’s abandonment into scars of strength through representation and inclusion.