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Jeff Vrabel

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Meet Croquet Devotees

First things first: Croquet gets pretty fierce. Especially for an event that involves people spending a summer afternoon at a historic presidential home, attired in crisp white and playing a game largely associated with monocled aristocrats saying, “Good show!” (at least, that’s how we imagine it).

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Quick Q&A With Jackie Evancho

“My manager just mentioned that he could get a meeting with Trump’s people. I thought, That’s cool. Let’s see what happens. I didn’t see it as a political thing.”

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Unspoken Rules: March Madness Hooky

• Schedule home plumbing work for the third Thursday in March. • St. Elmo’s Beefsteak—which is organized for March Madness viewing, and mostly men-only—takes place March 16. • The ladies’ version is the same day at the northside Harry and Izzy’s. Both events are sold out already. Kiss up to your boss for an invitation. […]

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Two Chicks From Good Bones Head Into Second Season

With the first season of Good Bones under their tool belts, HGTV’s new reno queens have constructed an audience of 13 million and given Fountain Square its star turn. Can the hosts build on the buzz? Stay tuned.

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Fan Friction: Indiana’s Epic Rivalry

Indiana basketball’s defining rivalry rekindles twice in February with two new episodes of a series Purdue currently leads by a reasonably commanding 115–89. Here’s what got (and kept) the ball rolling:

Indiana State Fair livestock competition
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Speed Read: High on the Hog

At the Indiana State Fair swine show, if you want to fill your piggy bank, you need to shell out some bacon.

Brickyard Vrabel Pit Road
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Two Days Embedded in the World’s Hottest Brickyard

Being “embedded” is like jumping from your recliner into the Yankees dugout.

DavidWolf
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Six Ways to Play Astronaut at the Children’s Museum’s New Space Exhibit

The planetarium features real space vehicles and equipment around the theater.

Greenfield
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Our Most Livable Small Towns: Greenfield

Slowly and steadily, the Hancock County center is coming into its own—without losing its rural character.

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - NOVEMBER 24: Comedian Jim Gaffigan attends Saban Community Clinic
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Speed Read: Jim Gaffigan

One of our all-time favorite Indiana funnymen headlines at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on July 23. Here’s your guide to the essential Jim Gaffigan.

Lebanon
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Our Most Livable Small Towns: Lebanon

A lot of city people think it’s farther than Timbuktu, but 20 years ago they’d have said the same thing about Zionsville: ‘Where?’” You can get from the store to Victory Field seats in 30 minutes flat.

Pendleton
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Our Most Livable Small Towns: Pendleton

A surprisingly sweet Main Street makes this town past Geist a best-kept secret.

Franklin
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Our Most Livable Small Towns: Franklin

With a revitalized courthouse square, the Johnson County seat has emerged from Greenwood’s suburban shadow.

Plainfield
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Our Most Livable Small Towns: Plainfield

With more than 20 miles of trails, Plainfield is one of the area’s most connected communities.

Indy Bubble Soccer
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Indy Bubble Soccer

Need an excuse to knock your buddies around? Suggest a game of bubble soccer.

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