From the outside looking in, Normandy Flower Shop bursts with color from its bright yellow door and neon window lights to a sea of pinks and reds from its flower arrangements and bouquets.
At The Cup, the smell of roasting coffee beans wafts through between the roastery, lounging area and into the tattoo shop upstairs.
While the word “ply” typically relates to things like ply-wood and two-ply toilet paper, in the Muncie community, it’s associated with an organization — PlySpace.
After eight years of service to the Muncie community as the city’s mayor, Dennis Tyler in his final State of the City address reflected on the progress made in the city during his tenure and the projects that await the city in the future.
With images of downtown Muncie in 1915 hanging on the walls, customers have the opportunity to step into a miniature Muncie museum at The Barking Cow of Muncie.
Choosing books bound with a heartbeat, two eyes and a story to tell, readers visiting the “Human Library” had to move past judging a book by its cover.
Welcoming customers into a room full of warming scents from lavender to vanilla, Debbie’s Handmade Soap in downtown Muncie offers its customers a new way of lathering their skin with the shop’s handmade soap.
With the simple buzz of the back door, visitors are welcomed into what has been known as a “safe place” for the children of Muncie for 85 years: the Boys & Girls Clubs of Muncie (BGC).
With only 12 hours of dancing instruction, 12 “celebrity couples” and three dance teams will compete for “judge choice” and “people’s choice” awards, while raising money for Paramount Theatre.
As the crowd cheered “magic” over and over again, the twinkling lights of the tall Christmas tree began to dance. Small children looked up in wonder as they gazed upon the multicolor light show.