Dave Seminara

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Destination Hotel: The Don CeSar In Florida

The landmark resort oozes Old Florida charm, retro glamour, and seaside luxury, just a short nonstop flight away.

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Ask Me Anything: Mike “Doc” Emrick, Hockey Broadcaster

“You never know if a pane of glass will break, or anything like that. You never walk by a toilet before the period starts.”

CHICAGO, IL - OCTOBER 12: A general view of Wrigley Field during the national anthem prior to game three of the National League Division Series between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals on October 12, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)
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Chicago Cubs Weekday Matinees Hit a Homer With Baseball Junkies

Weekday matinee games, which are far less numerous now though thankfully not extinct, are still the cheapest and best way to experience a Cubs game.

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AMA: Scot Pollard

“You could consider being on different NBA teams similar to being in a tribe on Survivor, where you don’t necessarily like everyone. In the NBA, you can’t choose who you share a locker room with.”

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Ask Me Anything: Jeanette Lee

“The fact that I’m a woman is the hustle. I could be No. 1 in the world, and some local guy would think, ‘I can beat her.’”

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Front & Center: Indiana Fever on a Fast Break

As Indy’s first professional-basketball champions in 30 years, they’ll have a banner raised in their honor at Bankers Life Fieldhouse this month. But unlike their NBA counterparts, their post-title offseason was less than glamorous.

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WHAT I KNOW: Mark Miles

Plus, see the number of countries that broadcast open-wheel racing, by continent. You might be surprised.

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How It Works: Scouting the NFL Combine

Less than 3 percent of all Division I football players are invited to the NFL’s annual scouting camp, hosted in Indy since 1987.

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Front & Center: Rupert Boneham

Rupert Boneham once earned enough votes to win the title of “America’s favorite Survivor.” Can the Libertarian fare as well in his bid for the governorship? We asked a few of his former opponents.

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Super Suffering: One Fan's Take on the East Coast Matchup

Dave Seminara often writes for Indianapolis Monthly and covers sports for The New York Times, ESPN, and other publications. This season, he published several articles for the Times from the perspective of a Buffalo Bills fan—for whom the Super Bowl XLVI matchup represents extreme agony. Here, his final word.

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What I Know: Joshua Bell

Noteworthy: French Impressions, his album with pianist and fellow IU Jacobs School of Music alum Jeremy Denk, comes out this month.