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Jared Hay

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Unspoken Rules of Gen Con

The food trucks on Georgia Street are busy, but the people-watching in line might be worth it.

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Gaming Enthusiasts Are Gathering en Masque in Indy

Molly McDaniels navigated the Georgia Street blockade with a Starbucks iced coffee, a cup from Island Noodles, and handmade chain mail.

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Live Updates from Gen Con

Shields or tables? Only a question at #GenCon.

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John Mellencamp’s Most Popular Clips

Couldn’t make it to all of John Mellencamp’s greatest concerts? We’ve got you covered.

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Pacers’ New Hickory Uniforms

“George LOVE the new uniforms, nice throwback. But more importantly, LOVE that your hair color matches new uniforms.” – @ReggieMillerTNT

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard made an appearance at the Paper Towns event.
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10 Interesting Things That Actually Happened at ‘Get Lost Get Found’

John Green day, local celebrity appearances, and the inspiration behind pranks in the movie. Our list of fun from the Get Lost Get Found tour in Indy.

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Q&A: John Green, Nat Wolff, and Halston Sage

HS: I remember you shouting out some “Blank Space” lyrics.
JG: I’m not afraid to say “boys only want love if it’s torture.”

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LISTEN: Indy Monthly Crime Story on WIBC Radio

“There is a story that reads like a really good murder mystery, without the murder. Everybody just settle in, because this is a fascinating story.”

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Heard at the Track: First Concerts

In preparation of the Rolling Stones coming to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway July 4, we quizzed celebrities and local personalities on their first concert. Their answers are a bit surprising. All we can say is, Andrew Luck’s beard makes total sense now!

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Summer Daily

Daily first worked for Indianapolis Monthly as a design intern in 2013 before joining the magazine full-time in January 2016. She now edits its special advertising sections and annual Home and Shops publications. After graduating from IUPUI in 2013 with a degree in journalism, she had an existential crisis and worked for a metal manufacturer, […]

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Megan Maguire

After interning for Indianapolis Monthly a year earlier, Maguire returned to the magazine in September 2015. As Advertising Art Associate, Megan manages and designs the advertisements in each issue of IM. She is a 2015 Purdue University graduate with a degree in Visual Communications Design. A Zionsville native, Maguire currently resides downtown. Follow her on […]

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