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Introducing the Indy Craft Pass

This summer my family vacationed at Folly Beach, just outside of Charleston, SC (it was lovely). As I was planning the drive home, I lobbied for a one-night stay in Asheville, NC. Why? Because I had heard about a destination brewery that Sierra Nevada recently opened. For me, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale…

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Irvington Vinyl & Books Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

When someone walks into Irvington Vinyl and Books, owner Elysia Smith hopes that they’re ready for some exploration. “The motto of the shop is to dig,” Smith says. “The definition of dig is A) the act of uncovering that which is buried, or B) to appreciate and enjoy. I want that process of…

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You Are There 1915: Madam C.J. Walker, Empowering Women

It is not easy for an African American in the United States to create their own legacy, especially a woman in the early 1900s like Madam CJ Walker. The story of a woman who came from an enslaved mother manifested her own destiny by becoming an entrepreneur. As a woman building an empire, she…

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Celebrate This Year's Circle City Classic

Since 1984, Indianapolis has proudly hosted the Circle City Classic. Sports, music, arts, and culture combine, creating a celebration of America’s finest historically black colleges and universities. This year, at the 36th annual Classic, Kentucky State University meets Jackson State University on…

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Visit 8 of Indy's Best Museums for FREE!

I'm the kind of girl who's always wanted to live inside a museum. I think this notion probably first began when I read The Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler as a kid. It was further encouraged with the release of the Night at the Museum triology of movies. In fact, I probably still…

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The Public Collection's Newest Additions

Free public art + books = a dream come true for a bibliophile like me. After all, what’s more inspirational than a soul challenging read combined with a striking visual in the public space? And what’s easier on your budget than not having to pay for either? Enter The Public Collection. At the core…

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HorrorHound Weekend

Fall is here, which calls for fall decor, color-changing leaves, and, of course, Halloween! To get into the holiday spirit, Indy’s HorrorHound Weekend is here to serve up plenty of spooky fun. The best part is, this year's convention is bigger and better than ever before! Here are five event…

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