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Indiana trails
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Hot On The Trails: A Road-Free Guide To Exploring Indy

“Trails have shifted from a want to a need in the last 15 years,” says Urbanophile blogger Aaron Renn. “Now, a great trail is an amenity and a new form of infrastructure your city and community have to have.”

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Hot On The Trails: Pleasant Run Trail

At Joe’s Cycles, look for croques monsieurs, baguettes, and croissants come Tour de France time in July, but when the Vuelta a España rolls around in August, he’s all about the Spanish bocadillo.

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Celeb Watch: Indy 500 Red Carpet Pics, 2017 Edition

Jake Gyllenhaal, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Sharna Burgess, and other stars turned out for the Indy 500 Red Carpet ahead of the 101st Running of the race.

Firestone
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Where Rubber Meets The Road: Firestone And The Indy 500

“The two people who influence our destiny the most are the engine manufacturer and the tire manufacturer,” says Team Penske engineer Ron Ruzewski. “The only thing we don’t control is the space between the car and the ground.”

RiverRoots
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Madison’s RiverRoots Music Fest Boasts Big-Time Headliners

The impressive music lineup makes the festival’s lively marketplace, friendly crowd, bountiful food trucks and craft beer, and picturesque Ohio riverfront setting seem like mere perks.

Andrew Luck Book Club
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Andrew Luck Takes Book Club To Airwaves

The radio program continues Luck’s support of public broadcasting and WFYI. Last year, he and his father, Oliver Luck, recorded a series of fundraising spots for the station in which they affirmed their enjoyment of National Public Radio programming.

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Because Dogs Are Cute And Indiana University Is Pretty

‘Campus Canines’ is all shining coats and wiggling butts and wet noses and fetching red bandanas and big clumsy paw—pooch “person”-ality in spades—set against golden-hour backdrops of Bloomington limestone, hardwoods, and flowers.

Tully Bevilaqua
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What I Know: Tully Bevilaqua Of The Indiana Fever

I guess I’m regarded as a blue-collar worker on the basketball court. I see my dad as someone who has been a blue-collar worker all his life.

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Vonnegut Library Move To Mass Ave Might Be In Jeopardy

The move would have closed the book on a long planning process and fundraising campaign by the nonprofit, which opened in its present location on Senate Avenue in 2011.

Bob Knight
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Throwing In The Chair: What’s Up With Bob Knight?

“I do remember that he was swearing after we went off air,” recalls one of Knight’s former ESPN broadcast crew members. “Something or other was always pissing him off.”

Adult Space Academy
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Out Of This World: Adult Space Academy

Adult Space Academy, in “Rocket City” Huntsville, Alabama, is about as close as you can get to being an astronaut—or at least to playing one on a movie set.

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How An Executive Order Changed A Butler Study-Abroad Group’s Travel Plans

“This misguided travel ban only shows that we need more exposure to diverse people, religions, languages, and ways of life, so that the unfamiliar becomes less feared,” says Butler University’s study abroad director.

James Baldwin
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Author Dan Wakefield Recalls Friend James Baldwin Ahead Of Indy Film Screening

What I remember most were his eyes—those large brown eyes that seemed to see right through you, right into your mind, and to know at once if you were speaking the truth.

Hamilton Chicago
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Hot Seats: How to Do Hamilton Chicago

With legwork and willingness to brave the elements, you can stage a hit weekend without much fuss.

Mike Tyson
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The Decision: Mike Tyson’s Rape Trial, 25 Years Later

One of the biggest legal fights in this modern era of celebrity trials, the Tyson affair was a knockout.

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