Indianapolis is strong in sports and other leisure activities, including the NCAA Hall of Champions, the Indianapolis 500 auto race, and the funky graffiti art (such as it can get) of Broad Ripple Village. The city has been working to go green, opening the Indianapolis Cultural Trail this year. Its cuisine is still best known for meat of the red variety.
Pro sports teams: 4
Park acres per 1,000 residents: 14
Percent with graduate degree: 6.5
Median household income: $56,862
Percent unemployed: 8.9