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Celebrate the Work of an Acclaimed Indy Photographer

03/24/2015 • Seth Johnson
There’s a good chance you’ve seen a compelling photo or two that was shot by Pulitzer-prize winner Bill Foley. With decades of around-the-world experience, the Indianapolis-born photojournalist has covered everything from the Indy 500 to wars in the Middle East …

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The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Recognized as Top Vacation Destination

03/19/2015 • Craig Banister
Indy natives know they have something special with The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis (TCM) and FamilyFun Magazine agrees. TCM is in the top 10 of three different categories from the magazine’s 2015 Travel Awards. Top 10 Science Museums in the Country …

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Indy Voted on MONOPOLY’s Here and Now US Edition Board

03/19/2015 • Katy Mann
When MONOPOLY was created in the early 1900s, the world was a very different place. I’ve seen my share of Monopoly game boards in my lifetime and I’ve spend hours moving thimbles and unfashionable shoes from space to space. I’ve …

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A History Lover’s Bar Crawl

03/16/2015 • Dawn Olsen
There are a number of downtown pubs and neighborhood taverns in Indianapolis, but not all of them are able to mix drinks with history, and history with legend. There are rumors that John Dillinger visited a near eastside tavern. There …

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5 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Indy

03/12/2015 • Craig Banister
Looking for the best way to spend St. Patrick’s Day? Look no further than right in the heart of Indianapolis. There are multiple events and happenings in downtown Indianapolis sure to make this St. Patrick’s Day a great one. Blarney …