I am Sarah Hine. Along with my husband Alex, our 2 children and my mom Suzanne Taylor, we are opening a wine bar. We are very excited for this new adventure for our family. We will be located between Zionsville and Whitestown, IN. We will carry up to 300 wines and you will be able to purchase a taste of any of them. We will offer wine tasting flights, wine flights, glasses and bottles of wine. We will have Charcuterie available from Fair Oaks farms and Smooking Goose Meatery. In the mean time till we open our doors you will find us selling gift baskets, wine tumblers, wine bottle lamps, and other wine items at the local farmers markets and other festivals around the Indianapolis area. We look forward to meeting you.
The Alexander offers its guests an exciting take on hospitality by transforming guest rooms, restaurants, and event spaces into enthralling havens for commissioned works of art. Each one of our 157 guest rooms and 52 extended stay units focus on creating a relaxed environment for work or rest while enlivening the senses with pops of color and eye-catching art. Guests will discover the same, infectious energy in The Alexander’s stylish and inviting restaurants and in every inch of the 16,500 square feet of event space which exudes elegance and creativity. The Alexander Hotel offers up a refreshing dose of local color and flavor, and promises a unique Indianapolis experience for passionate travelers.
SMASH SOCIAL IS A COFFEE SHOP AND PING PONG BAR OPEN TO ALL AGES. WE OPENED IN EARLY 2018 AND ARE STRIVING TO CREATE A CULTURE AROUND HAVING FUN, NOT TAKING LIFE TOO SERIOUSLY, AND EMBRACING FRIENDLY COMPETITION. THIS IS SMASH SOCIAL. LET THE GAMES BEGIN.
Square Cat Vinyl is a one of a kind record shop in the Fountain Square Cultural District in Indianapolis. The space is comprised of a record store, performance venue, and a bar serving beer, wine, and coffee drinks. Our mission is to be a music communal space for local and traveling musicians. We serve as a meeting ground for musicians of different types and ages along with music aficionados throughout the region.
The Ethiopian Re’ese Liqawnt (head professor), Yared, was born on April 25, 505 A.D. in the city of Aksum. His father was named Adam and his mother Tauklia. Yared’s lineage was from the priesthood of Aksum. When he was six years old his parents gave Yared to the tutorship of Yishaq, who was a teacher in Aksum. Under this teacher, Yared completed the study of the alphabet and began to study the Psalms. However, he had difficulty learning his lesson and was sent back to his parents by his teacher. His father having died in the meantime, his mother, Tauklia, placed him in the hands of her brother, Abba Gedeon, who was the parish priest, with the request that he should raise and educate Yared. Abba Gedeon was the teacher of the Old and New Testaments in the courtyard of the church of St. Mary of Sion and he had begun translating the Holy Scriptures into Geez from Hebrew and Greek. Yared lodged with Abba Gedeon and began studying along with the other children but for years he lagged behind the others in his studies and so was constantly reprimanded and punished by the new teacher. Yared was not bright student and however much he studied he could not grasp his lessons. Because of his slow-mindedness he became an object of derision and mockery to his classmates. One day his uncle whipped Yared severely, saying: You should not lag behind your classmates and you should pay attention to your studies as the others do.
As the first hotel built specifically for business travellers, we have always been passionate about delivering the most relevant hotel experience for our guests. By sharing their passion for never settling and always moving forward, we are continuing to innovate our guest experience to meet the fundamental generational shifts in how people today work, live, and travel.