Meredith Juliet,

Meredith Juliet

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Meredith:

Best You: Stress coach advice for IndyCar drivers

Best You: Stress coach's tips to IndyCar drivers can help you, too. → Read More

Duckpin bowling bar is the latest Bottleworks space to open

Pins Mechanical is a duckpin bowling bar. It just opened right across from The Garage. → Read More

Hoosier muralist creates art in an unlikely place

The mural, funded by the town of Cumberland, has a lot of community input. → Read More

Staring at yourself on video calls can lead to 'Zoom dysmorphia'

"Zoom dysmorphia" is the process of starting to believe you look a certain way that differs from your actual appearance. → Read More

Older animals, special needs pets harder to get adopted

Indy Humane wants to find just the right home for some special animals. → Read More

Leaf watching enters final peak

If you want to see Indiana's trees at their peak, you should get out and do so this weekend. → Read More

New line of bags made from pool covers supports Black designers

The pool covers were originally part of what would have been the spring collection, but PUP pivoted to making face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Bottleworks District construction still on schedule despite coronavirus pandemic

Construction on the Bottleworks District is right on schedule. In fact, several parts will be open by the end of the year, including the 139-room Bottleworks Hotel. → Read More

Local surgeons warn parents about popular children's toy

Surgeons at Ascension St. Vincent have a message for parents about a toy that your kids might be playing with. → Read More

Black Lives Matter protest delivers wake-up call to Mayor Hogsett's door

The Black Lives Matter protest looked a little different Sunday morning. → Read More

Dry cleaner pivots to face mask-making to support business

With few people going to work recently, few needed dry-cleaning. → Read More

Moms-to-be share experience of pregnancy during the COVID-19 pandemic

Being a mom is nerve-wracking enough. Throw in a global pandemic, and pregnancy can be a scary situations for new moms. → Read More

Butler offers COVID-19 summer class for incoming students

The university says students are living through history right now. → Read More

Family plans adult tricycle race for Race Day

Without a race in Speedway, one local family decided to hold their own race in Broad Ripple. → Read More

IU student helping others find a quarantine buddy

An IU student is helping to make sure people don't feel lonely during quarantine. → Read More

Fishers church reopens with much smaller congregations

A Fishers church reopened Sunday, albeit with much a much smaller congregation. → Read More

Tips to avoid back pain while working from home during coronavirus pandemic

So many of us are adjusting to working from home now, but our backs might not be adjusted yet. → Read More

Keeping kids entertained and educated while you're working from home

With parents working from home and kids now learning from home, the new normal can be a balancing act. → Read More

YMCA expands childcare for essential workers

The YMCA is expanding their childcare service to all essential workers in any industry. → Read More

Clip-on strobe lights protect kids at bus stops

The Batesville School Corporation has found an option to protect kids at the bus stop that costs less than $2. → Read More