Apr 17, 2024 - News

One year of Axios Indianapolis

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Hard as it is to believe, we've been publishing a newsletter for one whole year!

Why it matters: We launched April 17, 2023, with a simple goal: to become essential reading for the most engaged Indianapolis residents and expats, providing a daily news product that gets you up to speed on the big stories shaping our region and having some fun while doing it.

Flashback: Over the last 12 months, we've sent nearly 250 newsletters.

😋 Arika has eaten her way through the city, proving that Indy has more to offer than steakhouses and pork tenderloins.

ğŸŽ¨ Justin came on board this year and brought with him the city's artists — introducing you to a new one each week with his Meet the Maker series.

Plus: We couldn't call ourselves an Indianapolis newsletter without spending plenty of time talking about this city's two favorite pastimes: basketball and the Indy 500.

What's next: Our aim is to continue featuring an engaging mix of original reporting, plus links from the best and most interesting local journalism, to provide you with everything you need to know — and not much you don't — on politics, food, culture and sports.

  • 📬 We want to hear your ideas, too! Email us at [email protected] with the stories you'd like to see in our next year.

🙏 The bottom line: Thank you for reading our newsletter and supporting our work.

  • If you've enjoyed spending your mornings with us over the last year, please encourage your friends and neighbors to subscribe for free.
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