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Indianapolis offers plenty of activities for active travelers. Run in the nation's largest half-marathon, see the city by bike, or walk the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.
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At these 7 Midwest museums and memorials, learn more about the men and women who served our country.
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Does the dark of night make ziplining easier—or scarier?
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The joy of summer reading begins with the browsing. Here’s where three publishing pros fill their book bags for the season.
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This time of year, the forecast carries a 100% chance of hope—with a possibility of flurries. If you’re ready to turn your back on winter, try soaking up sunshine and new life at one of these...
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Homes, museums, parks and other destinations throughout the Midwest honor U.S. presidents such as Heartland residents Abraham Lincoln, Herbert Hoover and Harry S. Truman. Check out some of the places...
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Head to Indy to toast the legacy of its literary native son.
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Tales of Knute Rockne, the Touchdown Jesus mural and football icons may bring you to this northern Indiana city, but there’s a whole lot more going on around the Bend.
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Take your sweetie to a free Valentine's-themed art show or go all-out with a steak and lobster dinner—just two of our picks for a date night in Indianapolis.
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More than 100 years ago, the Ball family brought its glass factory from New York to Muncie, Indiana, to take advantage of huge deposits of natural gas that could be used in glass production. Ball...

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