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Jared Hay

Lesson.ly “We work out of an old schoolhouse that was built by Clemens Vonnegut, Kurt’s great grandfather. He gave us massive windows, beautiful slate chalkboards, and mile-high ceilings. And Lesson.ly places no stigma on taking breaks. We have a pitch-black nap room with three beds. Most folks nap between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.” — Max Yoder, co-founder and CEO
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Why All Indy Startups Are Local

The more the national light shines on Indy startups, the more important it is that these companies achieve their most meaningful growth with local ingredients.

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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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Takeaways From Pacers-Raptors Game 5

Paul George again proved to be a superstar, but the bench fell flat in a crucial Game 5 at Toronto.

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Open Door: Von Deylen’s Living Room

The house is a testament to the couple’s desire to build Indy into a better place.

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Ask the Guru: Nordstrom’s Makeup Artist

Want to freshen up your beauty routine this spring? Nordstrom’s in-demand makeup artist spills his tricks.

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Meet the Race City Rebels

“Name another sport where women brought men along,” says Chris French, a technical architect.

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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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A Breakdown of Indy Ultimate

On April 30, the inaugural Indy Ultimate will turn downtown into one large obstacle course involving landmarks, sports arenas, and art stations. Here’s a breakdown of the challenge, starting at Military Park.

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A New Leaf: Super Micro Greens Co.

The Super Micro Greens Co., a year-round micro-farm, produces vegetables and herbs out of the Stutz Building using a bioponic system that doesn’t require soil.

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Duo Meet in Instagram Comments, Start Avant-Garde Kids’ Boutique

Parents be warned: Your little one’s style will be trendier than yours.

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Flashback Friday: Garfield Park’s Greenhouse

Though the greenhouse is long gone, Garfield Park’s legacy of opulent floral displays lives on.

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Kate Franzman Is Indy’s Beevangelist

Urban farmer Kate Franzman has installed bee hives all around Indianapolis. Why so much buzz over an insect? Take a look.

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Day Trip: Wildflower Weekend at McCormick’s Creek State Park

Pack a camera to capture the glory of trilliums, Virginia bluebells, and other spring blooms among the century-old park’s creeks, canyons, gorges, and glens.

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Unspoken Rules: Pedal Pubs

Rule No. 5: Be aware that everyone can hear your music. Do not bring crappy music.

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