Entries by UNITE Magazine

Indianapolis Symphonic Choir to Perform at Carnegie Hall

The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir will make its return to New York City’s Carnegie Hall in October 2016 for the first time since 1978. Conducted by Indianapolis Symphonic Choir Artistic Director Eric Stark, currently in his second decade with the 79-year-old choral ensemble, the Choir will perform Mohammed Fairouz’s first Oratorio, “Zabur’, originally commissioned and debuted by […]

HIV & Primary Care Under One Roof

In August 2015, Damien Cares Clinic opened its doors to begin seeing patients who are living with HIV in Central Indiana. Housed within The Damien Center in Indianapolis’ Holy Cross neighborhood, this new health care clinic offers both HIV care and primary care to patients—a rarity among providers and a distinguishing factor for the newly […]

Fine Art Photography of Benjamin Walls

An exhibition of fine art nature photography by Tennessee native Benjamin Walls opened at the Tennessee State Museum on July 1. Entitled Through Appalachian Eyes: The Fine Art Photography of Benjamin Walls, the exhibit features more than 50 nature images taken by Walls from Appalachia to Africa. Walls is a self-taught fine art photographer who […]

The Blockhouse Redefines Men’s Styling

Two years in the making, the founding members of The Blockhouse broke ground in January 2016 on their first location in the Wedgewood Houston area of South Nashville. With a clean, industrial design highlighting the 1920’s building, the men’s salon occupies 1,700 sq.ft of the new May Hosiery Co­Op at 516 Houston St. The Blockhouse […]

Eskenazi Health Transgender Health & Wellness Program Opens

Eskenazi Health announced today the expansion of its LGBT health care services with the new Eskenazi Health Transgender Health & Wellness Program. Eskenazi Health is one of only four health care systems in Indiana recently recognized as a leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality by the Human Rights Campaign, the largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender […]

Indianapolis Museum of Art Announces Summer Nights Film Series

Beginning June 3, Friday nights at the Museum will once again feature timeless movies from across the decades and interactive preshow programming in the IMA Amphitheater. Still one of Indianapolis’ most unique outdoor film experiences, the 40th anniversary of this longstanding tradition will offer four audience-selected films, two double features and new preshow entertainment. New […]

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Indy Mayor Hogsett Welcomes Diversity

On the day he was to honor a memory of local civil rights history by speaking at the annual Landmark for Peace Memorial park in the near-north side of Indianapolis, in commemoration of the April 4, 1968 appearance by Robert F. Kennedy who announced to the gathered audience the death of Martin Luther King Jr., […]

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Inception RX: A New Kind of Pharmacy

Kevin Hartman is no stranger to the pharmacy business. He began working for his father’s pharmacy and learning the ropes of the business when he was in high school in the mid-1980s. After attending pharmacy school, he continued working for his father until opening NPS Pharmacy in 2001. His vision was to create a pharmacy […]

Nashville LGBT Chamber Announces Excellence in Business Awards Winners

On Wednesday, April 13, 2016, the Nashville LGBT Chamber presented its annual Excellence in Business Awards luncheon presented by Curb Records and sponsored by HCA/Tri-Star Health, Fifth Third Bank, The Bank of Nashville and Nashville Pharmacy Services. LGBT Chamber Executive Director, Lisa Howe, was encouraged by the event and the attendance. “To honor and share […]

Hawaii is for Honeymooning

Hawaii.  This Pacific paradise was the last state admitted to the Union in 1959.  Having only been a state for barely half of a century, Hawaii still feels like an exotic island nation. The state’s capital, Honolulu, sits on the beautiful Island of Oahu.  Providing the perfect combination of tourism, metropolitan, and tropical hideaways, Honolulu […]