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Feeding Indianapolis: Indy Urban Acres

AUGUST 25, 2015 • CHRISTINE ZETZL
You probably drive by daily and don’t even know it’s there. Located on Indy’s east side and tucked right off 1-70 is an eight-acre, organic farm funded by the Indianapolis Parks Foundation. Founded in 2011, Indy Urban Acres (IUA) provides fresh produce …
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Introducing the Official Indy Tee

AUGUST 24, 2015 • CHRISTINE ZETZL
Earlier this year we launched three NDY sculptures, asking residents and visitors alike to tell the world why they #LoveIndy. The results have been staggering. More than 23,000 users have tagged #LoveIndy on Instagram. Olympian Kyla Ross stopped to pose as …
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Another Big Year for Indy Jazz Fest

AUGUST 21, 2015 • SETH JOHNSON
For several decades, topnotch jazz has adorned the streets of Indy, with talented players gracing stages large and small. And to celebrate this beautiful piece of local heritage, Indy Jazz Fest returns for its 17th year in 2015 with an …
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The Colors of Indianapolis Power & Light Company

AUGUST 17, 2015 • GUEST
Guest post authored by Indianapolis Power & Light Company’s social media community manager Claire Dalton. Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL) has long been dedicated to making a difference in the communities in which its people work, live, and serve. IPL’s …
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The 11th Annual IndyFringe Festival is Here

AUGUST 14, 2015 • SETH JOHNSON
When Christopher Hansen makes his way to Mass Ave for the 11th IndyFringe festival, the wildlife lover will be bringing an owl with him. No need to worry though. The Silly Safaris performer (who goes by the name of Coyote …
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The Best Indiana State Fair Coupons and Deals

AUGUST 10, 2015 • CHERIE LOWE
At the close of the summer and the start of the school year, few things in Indianapolis set my heart pitter patter like the Indiana State Fair. The thrills of the midway and the aroma of fried food alone could …
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Spark: Monument Circle Brings Fun and Community Downtown

AUGUST 4, 2015 • KATY MANN
Monuments and museums are some of our nation’s most beautiful treasures. Often we visit them once and check them off our list, never to return again. Really, they are works of art that should be enjoyed all the time. Indianapolis …
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Chefs’ Night Off Indy Heads to NYC

AUGUST 3, 2015 • SARA CROFT
When the James Beard House in New York City opens their doors, guests pile in to taste a meal prepared by critically-acclaimed chefs from all over the world. On August 6, five Indiana chefs and one bartender will take control …
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Know Before You Go: Gen Con 2015

JULY 28, 2015 • SARA CROFT
Badge sales to date indicate this year’s Gen Con will be the biggest yet. Last year, Gen Con reached a four-day attendance record of over 184,500 people and a unique attendance of over 56,000. Each year I attend Gen Con, …
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2015 Brickyard 400 Round Up

JULY 17, 2015 • GUEST
Drivers will compete for a chance to kiss the bricks at the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) on the weekend of July 25, 2015. The Brickyard 400, named after the strip of bricks lining the finish line at the IMS, …
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Rock ‘n’ Romp at Herron-Morton Park

JULY 16, 2015 • GUEST
Guest post authored by Jon Berg. Jon is a past president of the Herron-Morton Place Neighborhood Foundation and is a proud member of the inaugural class of Public Allies Indianapolis. A native Iowan, Jon and his wife Missy are proud downtown Indianapolis residents. Jon is …
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Touring Indy: John Green Style

JULY 14, 2015 • CHRISTINE ZETZL
Indy’s gone Green! We’re swelling with Hoosier pride as Indy resident John Green’s “Paper Towns” tour stops in Indianapolis today, in advance of the 20th Century Fox film hitting the big screen on July 24. In honor of #PaperTownsIND, we …
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Touring Indy: John Green Style Copy

JULY 14, 2015 • CHRISTINE ZETZL
Indy’s gone Green! We’re swelling with Hoosier pride as Indy resident John Green’s “Paper Towns” tour stops in Indianapolis today, in advance of the 20th Century Fox film hitting the big screen on July 24. In honor of #PaperTownsIND, we …
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New Indy Eateries – July Edition

JULY 13, 2015 • SARA CROFT
It has only been one month and Indianapolis is still buzzing with talk of new restaurants. From fried chicken and Mexican elote to short ribs and sprouted lentil croquettes, there is something for everyone in today’s list. Bon appetit! Plate …
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Another Big Year on the Big Screen with Indy Film Fest

JULY 9, 2015 • SETH JOHNSON
Without leaving the city of Indianapolis, you can catch movies from around the world this July thanks to the 12th annual Indy Film Fest. From July 16-25, the festival will feature more than 100 selections from nearly 30 different countries, …
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Five Local Indy Antique Shops

JULY 7, 2015 • GUEST
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

JULY 2, 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

JUNE 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 #LoveIndy

JUNE 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

JUNE 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 …
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Giveaway: Drum Corps International Summer Tour Kickoff in Indy

JUNE 12, 2015 • CHERIE LOWE
Indianapolis is about to turn the heat (and the beat) up. The month of June always marks plenty of fun festivals and awesome concerts in Indy. It’s the perfect time of the year to enjoy a date night on the town …
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