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Food tours, a sports-focused attraction at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, a statewide "spirited brews" trail and a summer camp for adults are just some of the new places to...
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Known as the Racing Capital of the World for its famous speedway and the Circle City for a landmark monument, Indianapolis offers a weekend of adventures that extend to top-notch museums, an...
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Prime for antique shopping, Richmond also offers a Chocolate Trail and stops on the Stained Glass Trail.
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Fifty years ago, Robert F. Kennedy spoke in Indianapolis on the night Martin Luther King Jr. was killed, urging prayer instead of violence. Today, a memorial and and initiative honor that moment and...
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Six stories of crafty gifts. A troupe of tap-dancing Santas. An epic raceway dressed up for joy. And one unbelievably tall tree. They’re all part of a very Indy Christmas.
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Murf—the full-time bartender at the University of Notre Dame's Morris Inn since 1982—is the bartender we all wish we had in our lives. He's funny, he's wise, he's well-connected,...
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Columbus, Indiana, just added a collection of interactive temporary art installations to the city known for its architecture.
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On fall weekends, the city of South Bend, Indiana, swells with legions of diehard football fans. They come to cheer on the Fighting Irish at Notre Dame and to snap photos of the university’s famous...
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Highlights of a 6-mile hike through Indianapolis include a 331-stair challenge, public art, the river walk, skyline views and a canal.
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Oh, pub crawl, we’ll always love you. But there’s a perky new kid making the rounds of coffee shops in several Midwest cities.

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