In the heart of Pence country lies a gay oasis that needs to be on everyone’s list of places to visit. Bloomington, Indiana is one of the most welcoming and gay-friendly small cities I have ever traveled to, partially due to Indiana University and the LGBT initiatives they have implemented over the past few decades. This coupled with a bohemian lifestyle among residents makes it a great destination to visit for a weekend getaway.
One of the coolest attractions in the city i
The Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health ECHO Center at IUPUI has launched its first program focusing on HIV education, prevention and treatment in Indiana. The program is free and open to all members of the medical profession. The school uses the Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes, or ECHO, model to create a network of clinical practice and faculty expertise to help clinicians provide evidence-based, culturally competent and comprehensive
The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) announces an extraordinary night of bourbon tasting in downtown Indianapolis has even more to offer in its third year. Indy’s Premier Bourbon Celebration, presented by Payless Liquors, features more bourbons than ever before, as well as the Indiana debut of American Freedom Distillery’s Horse Soldier® Bourbon. Guests will be among the first to taste and purchase Horse Soldier® Bourbon before it hits store shelves in the Hoosier State. The
Indianapolis has always felt like a second home to me. I used to publish a gay magazine there called UNITE a few years ago, so I was frequently visiting the city. This time, I wanted to experience things that I may not have had the chance to see on previous visits. One event of major interest was the Lambda Legal Indiana Benefit gala which took place at the Indy Public Library, a stunning building located in the heart of the city. The Indiana Benefit was conceived in 1999 by