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Jared Hay

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7 Hoosier Sports Personalities Who Could Sway the Primaries

Now that Indiana’s primaries mean something, the presidential candidates would be wise to get endorsements from our sports heroes.

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Trump Comes to Indy

Indianapolis Monthly will have a reporter and photographer covering the event at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Follow along with live updates below.

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John Green to Drive Pace Car at Angie’s List Grand Prix

The stars are lining up for a big month of May in Indianapolis. Best-selling novelist and Indianapolis resident John Green will serve as the honorary pace car driver for the Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis on Saturday, May 14.

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Josh Kaufman to Sing ‘Back Home Again in Indiana’ With Indianapolis Children’s Choir

2014 Voice champ and IUPUI graduate will sing “Back Home Again in Indiana” with accompaniment by the Indianapolis Children’s Choir for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 this year.

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New England Patriots Fans Sue the NFL Over ‘Deflategate’

On behalf of victimized Patriots fans everywhere, a group of Patriots fans filed a lawsuit against the NFL, Commissioner Roger Goodell, and Robert Kraft. Yes, that Robert Kraft.

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Polina Osherov On The Problem­ —And Promise— Of Downtown Shopping

For every person who is excited about “made in Indiana,” 50 end up shopping at their local Target. What’s ironic is that these same people don’t mind driving downtown to drop $100 on dinner.

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Big City Problems: Sharing the Road

Meanwhile, tensions between drivers and cyclists seem more heated than ever. From my viewpoint—while some rogue cyclists flout the road rules—a collision between a 15-pound bike and a half-ton car typically ends with only one loser.

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BlueIndy: We Answer the Questions the Owner’s Manual Doesn’t

Laying down on the gas feels a little bit like a go-cart, but no one designed an urban road for V-8 engines in the first place, no matter what car commercials show you.

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Channels Hillary Clinton With Dreary Indy Photo

The “Veep” brings out all our insecurities with one dreary photo.

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Tweets of the Week: Highlights from Peyton Manning’s Final Farewell

From quoting Forrest Gump to a St. Elmo shout-out, Manning delivered a fitting farewell to his 18-year career.

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Skrillex Comes to the Snake Pit

“Ladies and Gentlemen, start your engines. And let the bass drop!”

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Indy in Snow: @IgersIndy

The @IgersIndy crew is planning their next meet-up (#circlecitysesh33) at Fort Harrison State Park this Saturday starting at 10 a.m. With a fresh coat of snow this week, the Instagram forecast calls for a blizzard of brilliant photos from the crew this weekend.

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Tweets of the Week: Sports Media Brawl

“Most local sports media taking a tongue lashing today! Not easy forecasting the future is it? Welcome to our world! Signed, Meteorologist”

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12 Days of Longform

Celebrate longform journalism with us. From December 20 through December 31, we’re sharing our favorite longform pieces. Check IndianapolisMonthly.com every morning and afternoon for a new favorite from years past.

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Tweets of the Game: Pagano and his Poker Chips

“This is what happens when you push all your chips to the center of the table on a bluff.”

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