Attractions and More in Medina Square

Traveling on foot throughout Medina Square, I spent the afternoon browsing shops with tea in hand, bundled up in snug winter apparel. Letting my sense of wonder and adventure take over, I came to find four attractions that I could not wait to tell my friends and family about once I arrived home. 

The Art of Indy

Newsflash: This capital city is much more than motorsports, football and basketball. While Indianapolis is great for all things sports-related, that's not all it's good for. In fact, it arguably offers one of the most notable up-and-coming art scenes in the country. Here are four ways Indy is challenging its "sports town" stereotype and why it's worth visiting for its art scene alone. 

Restoring Your Mind, Body and Soul

In unprecedented frequency, the words "stress" and "vacation" are being used in the same sentence. Go on social media and get bombarded with everyone’s political views, hardships and even comparing our own inadequacies to others. Another Monday approaches and we enter into the same routine of work, deadlines and family obligations, and maybe even daily disappointments. Over and over again, our mind and…

Dear Readers,

As we near the close of 2018, I look back on a year filled with parades, concerts, historical programs, re-enactments, occasions of remembrance and times of festivity, during which the City of Medina came together to celebrate its Bicentennial.

The Museum That Makes Spirits Bright

"Those of us who are 50, 60, or 70 enjoyed a very different childhood then children today," says Dana Klaus, who owns Castle Noel and Alien Vacation Mini Golf with her husband, Mark. "You would go downtown, and it didn't matter where you lived. Everybody had a downtown somewhere, full of fantastic stores. You would be dressed to the nines.…

Christmas Coffee

Stepping into the Coffee Colony in Medina is like stepping back in time. One is instantly hugged by the warmth and coziness of the house, and the many decorations make it easy to envision the original owner, P.C. Alcott, celebrating an intimate family Christmas in 1846. It is also very easy to imagine his niece, Louisa May Alcott, penning one…