“In case you haven’t heard, there’s a recession on. And if you people have thousands of dollars to drop on a single football ticket, you’re just the kind of citizens we want in our tax base.” Get comfortable Super Bowl tourists. Evan Finch wants you to stay.
If you can’t appreciate the simple pleasures of an old bronze bear thrusting his hips in your face, I have nothing but pity for you. Evan Finch talks thrusting bears, disappearing statues, and other fun things to see in Indy.
“In fact, there are so many good places to eat here that limited column inches forbid my mentioning all of them. So I’ll just focus on my favorite cuisine: comfort food.” Evan Finch gives us his best spots to get some down-home cookin’.
“Deep down, our city is afraid that every new milestone it achieves is going to get stuck on a sandbar three days from now.” Sure, we’re a little bit tentative in Indianapolis. But Evan Finch would rather call it modesty.
“There’s nothing to mark it. But somewhere, out in the middle of White River, there is a sandbar that forever altered the path of Indianapolis’ development.” Evan Finch tells us the tale of the little sandbar that could.