In this must-read essay, writer Dawn Olsen reminds us to stop and celebrate the little things in life.
Lisa Renze-Rhodes shares how her mother’s passing helped deepen her appreciation for the concept of gratitude.
Becca Manolov shares how she has dealt with her breast cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment and surgeries, and how she is dedicating herself to helping and educating others.
Indy Maven board member Arianna Cruz explains what Hispanic Heritage Month means to her, having both Mexican and Filipino roots.
Author Liz Flaherty shares how she’s dealing with the empty space left by the passing of her sister in April.
After her husband’s death, Shannon Cagle Dawson made speaking up about suicide awareness a personal mission.
After learning the devastating news that her 16-year-old son Jake had perished in an automobile accident, Kara Kavensky is living with grief and love.
Emily Nelson, a blind teenager who found support online during quarantine, speaks about her struggles growing up with a disability.
Writer Dawn Olsen gives us her personal take on what it was like to experience free bleeding.
Guest curator Amiah Mims explains how the exhibit’s helmets tell the story of racing history, drivers’ lives, and the Indianapolis community.