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Dawn Olsen

Get Into the Holiday Spirit at These Four Pop-Up Bars

‘Tis the season for festive decor and seasonal drinks galore. At these holiday pop-ups, there is enough spirit to warm the Grinch’s small, cold heart. Miracle on South Street Relive the magic and excitement of Christmases past at Miracle on South Street, which runs through Dec. 24. Hosted by Plat…

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Harvest Nights returns to Newfields

The scariest part of the season? Missing out on Harvest Nights. Now in its third year, Newfields’ spooky, not scary spectacle is becoming a local tradition fit for the whole family. Under Indiana’s chilly harvest sky, guests wander through fog-filled forests filled with jack-o-lanterns galore…

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Indiana State Museum Plans Fang-tastic Halloween Events

There are four seasons: winter, spring, summer, and spooky. To celebrate Spooky Season, the Indiana State Museum has planned some Halloween-themed events. Fright Night, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 7, is full of magical fun. From 6-8 p.m., your family can enjoy games, photo ops, and a costume…

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Go Bananas at Go Ape Zipline & Adventure Park

Well, I’ll be a monkey’s uncle. For the second year in a row, Go Ape Zipline & Adventure Park has been named one of North America’s top aerial adventure parks. Initially, the outdoor treetop experience was one of 20 nominees for USA Today’s “10 Best Aerial Adventure Parks.” After USA Today readers…

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James Beard Award Semifinalists Include Vida Executive Chef

Thomas Melvin remembers the first time he diced an onion perfectly. Or thought he did, anyway. When Thomas offered up his onion for inspection, his chef tossed it and said, “Do it again.” Now, Thomas is the executive chef at Vida and a first-time James Beard Award semifinalist. At first, Chef…

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Indy Architecture Through the Ages

It’s not every day you turn 200. This year, Indianapolis celebrated its bicentennial by recognizing twenty decades of innovation, expansion, and civic pride. Part of the city’s history, though, lies in its architecture. Through these iconic buildings, you can explore Indy’s architectural styles—and…

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New IMS Museum Exhibit Celebrates Rocket Rick Mears

In final laps of the 1991 Indianapolis 500, “Rocket” Rick Mears and Michael Andretti dualled for the win, trading the lead back and forth. Longtime Indy 500 fans remember the drivers’ dramatic outside passes, but it was Mears who ultimately pulled ahead, winning his fourth Indy 500. With that…

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