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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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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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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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Hot summer nights were made for cold beer, cheap seats and oddball gimmicks. Grab a hot dog and settle in for the show at some of the region’s best minor league parks. 
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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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Explore free museums, parks and monuments in Indianapolis, Richmond and other cities in Indiana.
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It’s enjoyable enough to craft your own meat and cheese plate from the top-notch charcuterie at Indy’s Goose the Market. But it’s even more satisfying when you make the sausage at the meat school...

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