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Five Local Indy Antique Shops

07/07/2015 • Veronica Krieg
As part of the trending movement to #KeepIndyIndie, here’s what is hot on the local Indy antiquing scene. Enthusiasts flock to these five antique stores filled with treasures of the city. Midland Arts & Antiques Market Two floors of a …

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Come Sail Away at the Eiteljorg

07/02/2015 • Seth Johnson
While exploring downtown Indianapolis on a hot summer day, it’s hard telling what fun surprises you’ll run into. Whether it be a vibrant street performer or a fresh new food truck, the streets, trails and walkways always just seem to …

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Heartland Film Rewinds Back to 2014 with Three-Day Festival

06/19/2015 • Seth Johnson
Think about all those times you’ve had to rely on rewind for a successful movie-watching experience. Maybe a friend called and wanted to chat, or perhaps the dog just needed to be let inside. Whatever the case happened to be, …

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Show your

06/18/2015 • Christine Zetzl
Plan 2020, the Bicentennial Plan for the future of Indianapolis, is made up of several initiatives to make Indy a better place to live, work, and visit. Love Indy, one of the initiatives, recently held a citywide t-shirt design contest, …

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Celebrate Summer with a Picnic at the IMA

06/16/2015 • Seth Johnson
It’s officially the start of summer, and the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is welcoming all to come enjoy a picnic in the park. Just like the museum’s other seasonal events, however, Saturday, June 20’s summer solstice celebration will be …