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Foodie Finds at the Indiana State Fair

JULY 22, 2016 • LESLIE BAILEY
There’s nothing like a day at the Indiana State Fair to awaken your senses, whether it’s taking in the view from the top of the Ferris wheel or listening to the music coming from the many concerts on the free and main street stages. But for many fairgoers, the highlight of those 17 days in August is the food.
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Perfect Date Night in Fletcher Place

JULY 19, 2016 • LESLIE BAILEY
Move over, Mass Ave and make room, Fountain Square - there’s a new date night hot spot in Indy. With new restaurants, bars and breweries popping up on the reg, Fletcher Place is a one-stop spot for a night out on the town.
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The League of Xtraordinary Programmers - Where Gen Con Techies Unite

JULY 18, 2016 • SARA CROFT
Gen Con attendees are some of the nation’s top tech talent and TechPoint, the growth initiative for Indiana’s tech ecosystem, is seizing the opportunity to extend their Gen Con experience beyond the convention walls and show them what the Indy tech scene has to offer through the League of Xtraordinary Programmers event on Friday, August 5.
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World’s Top Magicians Make Their Way to Indy

JULY 8, 2016 • SETH JOHNSON
Every year, the Society of American Magicians holds a national conference, bringing some of the best magicians in the world to one U.S. city. This year, that city is Indianapolis.
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Drive Into Summer

JULY 5, 2016 • KATIE UTKEN
Picture this: you pull your car into a drive-in diner, and a roller skating carhop appears at your window, ready to take your order of a burger, fries, and root-beer float. Think this is an experience of the past? Think again!
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6 Places to See Fireworks in Indy

JUNE 29, 2016 • LESLIE BAILEY
It wouldn’t be the Fourth of July in Indy without seeing downtown skyline light up with booming fireworks. But that’s not the only place you can catch a show that night. Here are six places where you can see displays in and around the Circle City.
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New Treetop Experience Opens at Conner Prairie

JUNE 22, 2016 • LESLIE BAILEY
Opening July 1, Treetop Outpost is an interactive exhibit centered round a 6,000-square-foot, four-story treehouse. Surrounding the treehouse, families can explore activity areas like a “construction zone” to build like Hoosiers of the past, dig in an “archeological site” and create art and music while connecting with the outdoors.
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Summer Concert Season in Indy

JUNE 17, 2016 • SETH JOHNSON
From old school rockers to rising pop stars, the 2016 lineup of summer concerts in Indy offers a little bit of something for everyone, while also providing plenty of opportunities to catch a show outdoors as well.
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PBS Playdates at Victory Field

JUNE 9, 2016 • CHERIE LOWE
Not only will your family enjoy the world class fun of an Indianapolis Indians’ game, they will also get to see some of their favorite PBS characters up close and personal at Super Why Sunday and Tigers, Dogs, Princesses, Oh My!
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Father’s Day Weekend in Indianapolis

JUNE 7, 2016 • CHERIE LOWE
Father’s Day weekend in Indianapolis gives you oh-so-many options to display your love this year. From the racing enthusiast to the music lover, from super hero fanatics to sports fans, every unique father figure can be honored this year.
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Circle City IN Pride Festival Preview

JUNE 6, 2016 • SETH JOHNSON
Every year, Indianapolis is overflowing with welcoming, fun-filled events of all varieties. That being said, you’d be hard-pressed to find one as welcoming and fun-filled as the Circle City IN Pride Festival.
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Historic Woodruff Place Flea Market

JUNE 2, 2016 • NATALIE CLAYTON
This weekend, the Woodruff Place neighborhood is hosting their highly anticipated neighborhood sale.
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Indianapolis Museum of Art features 19 Stars of Indiana Art 

MAY 31, 2016 • DAWN OLSEN
The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is honoring Indiana’s 200th birthday with a new exhibition, 19 Stars of Indiana Art: A Bicentennial Celebration. It includes approximately 75 works of art from the IMA’s permanent collection and focuses on the regional, national, and international legacies of Indiana artists. 
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The Revitalization of Speedway

MAY 25, 2016 • KATIE UTKEN
The town has taken its slogan, “More than a day in May” to heart and given its main drag new life with exciting new attractions and eateries. Celebrate the month of May in Indy by taking a pit stop and checking out the new additions to the scene in Speedway.
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The People’s 500 at the Tube Factory

MAY 24, 2016 • DAWN OLSEN
The exhibition, The People’s 500, is the result of a partnership between Big Car Collaborative and the IMS. It marks the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 and features video work, a sculptural piece, and photographs by interdisciplinary artist Jesse Sugarmann. 
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A Wicket Good Time Awaits

MAY 18, 2016 • JEFF ROBINSON
Cure your race hangover with a different kind of competition, the Wicket World of Croquet at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Enjoy the competition, the food, the beer, and support education for Indiana students.
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I'm in Love with My Car

MAY 17, 2016 • LARA NEAL
I have rarely seen such an exquisite collection of beauties as I saw at last year’s Mecum Classic Car Auction at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
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Movies and Design Converge for The Bigger Picture Show

MAY 11, 2016 • JEFF ROBINSON
Now in its seventh year, The Bigger Picture Show is an annual fundraiser for the city's beloved Indy Film Fest and it takes place this Friday, May 13. Here is how it works. Top designers, including those from major design firms and scrappy freelancers, are charged with reimagining famous movie posters.
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200 Objects Tells 200 years of Indiana history

MAY 9, 2016 • DAWN OLSEN
In honor of Indiana’s bicentennial celebration, the Indiana State Museum is presenting a special exhibition, Indiana in 200 Objects. The exhibition, which features rare and priceless artifacts highlighting the history of the Hoosier state, now open and runs through January 29, 2017.
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Mother's Day in Indianapolis

MAY 2, 2016 • CHERIE LOWE
If you’re looking for ways to honor your mom this Mother’s Day, skip the overused sentiments and check out these great ways to celebrate your love for her in Indianapolis this Sunday.
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Free Outdoor Concerts This Summer

APRIL 28, 2016 • CHERIE LOWE
There is nothing like the sweet sounds of music pouring over the spring and summer grass. Sitting in the shade, the warm breeze blowing in my hair, while my ears receive every note, every movement, every single change in tempo and dynamic. Luckily for you and me, the wonderful gift of outdoor concerts is one given frequently without charge in Indy.

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