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10 Ways to Celebrate Black History Month in Indy

01/26/2015 • Craig Banister
1. Landmark for Peace Designed by Greg Perry, who created the memorial in 1996 with sculptor Daniel Edwards, this artwork stands at 17th & Broadway. The location is significant because this is where Robert F. Kennedy, on April 4, 1968, delivered …

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Planning Ahead for Gen Con 2015

01/20/2015 • Sara Croft
It may only be January, but veteran Gen Con attendees know the benefits of planning ahead for Indianapolis’ largest convention of the year. When it comes to booking hotel rooms, planning your travel to and from the airport, and coordinating meal …

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Tinker Coffee Gives Indy a Jolt

01/17/2015 • Chris Gahl
Did you know, according to the National Coffee Association, 83% of Americans drink coffee?  I’m certainly one of those who enjoy the smell, taste, and the overall process of getting a cup of java prepared.  I’m up at 6:20 am …

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Art Comes to Life at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

01/16/2015 • Craig Banister
When I go to museums, I often wonder what stories the paintings and artifacts could tell if they were alive. My imagination has only grown since the Night at the Museum movie. I simply want to somehow become part of the …

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Harlem Globetrotters Take the Court in Indianapolis

01/15/2015 • Katy Mann
The Harlem Globetrotters are true to their name, they trot around the globe, playing exhibition games in 120 different countries. Indianapolis is a stop on the map and they are excited to be back here to entertain an audience of …