A. For good drinks and lots of different people, Tini on Mass Ave is the place to go!
A. Well, Aurora is rarely seen without her Bag Lady sisters in tow. So if you are there for Aurora, be ready for a great mix of campy, glamorous, and sometimes bearded, fabulousness. Aurora comes from a long line of great queens before her. We are in our 35th year raising money for HIV/AIDS research and assistance.
A. It's an open community. We can gather mostly anywhere and be accepted. No longer are we limited to just the gay bars. Hoosier hospitality is strong in Indianapolis.
I live in the Old Northside. It's a great neighborhood to live in. You get the best of a downtown lifestyle where you can go for a run or walk to some of the closer neighborhoods like Mass Ave for dinner and a show or keep heading right to the circle.
A: Fountain Square! It has a diverse mix of restaurants and local shops. It's great for walking and offers views of the Indy skyline.
A. Indianapolis represents the Midwest at its best.
A. A great burger! Bru on Mass Ave is amazing. I love the atmosphere and, hands down, their fries are the best in Indy.
A. I hope the city continues to build on the Indy Welcomes All motto. Also, having better leaders for a better tomorrow.
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