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See Amanda Heckert's thoughts here on our latest issue and preserving and restoring historic homes.
On August 13, 2011, a wind gust toppled 35 tons of stage rigging onto a crowd at the Indiana State Fair. One year later, survivors and others affected recall that shocking night—and the slow healing that has followed.ALSO: Executive editor Evan West reflects on what he discovered as he spoke with survivors.
Searching for Justin Knapp, the world's most prolific Wikipedia editor.
Explainers to help you bone up on a few A-list classes, workshops, and lessons around town.
The programs director for Indiana Humanities talks food, public transit, inspiration, and more.
The Cultural Trail saves its best public-art installation—a color bath by noted New York boundary-pusher Vito Acconci—for last.
This competition, held 25 years ago, doesn’t get much respect. Here’s why the event was a big win for the city.
For one who covered the event, IM's Mike Botkin, memories flood back like it was yesterday. Compared to the Olympics, these Games don't get much respect, but this was a big win for the city.
The relaxed vibe at Cincy’s venerable, 113-year-old event provides a cut-rate version of the U.S. Open later this month. Check it the best women and men in the world, all playing August 11–19 near King’s Island.
Previously unpublished photos from the sets of our Summer 2012 issue of Indiana Bride, and another album of candid shots at the Columbia Club and on Monument Circle.
A year ago, Mayor Ballard started a campaign to raze 2,000 of the city's abandoned structures by 2012's end. Here's a look at one historic house on the chopping block that was highlighted in our "Condemned" feature. The city's entire "unsafe structures" list can be found at indy.gov.
A luxe new contender cruises into town among Indy's high-end seafood-and-steak houses.
A Bloomington chef of note passes on the importance of slowing down.
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Nothing devastates nature as efficiently as an interstate.by Philip Gulley
Out-of-shape Colts, our state pie, and shady ice-cream–truck drivers. Ask the Hoosierist.by Sam Stall
Worry can debilitate, spoil life, and create unnecessary stress. Or it can motivate.
Survivors recall the chaos, terror, heroism, providence, and pain of that shocking night—and the slow healing that has followed. PLUS: "Get Smart" video demonstrations of A-list courses featured in the print issue, Indy's own Wikipedia king, and more.
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