Keegan Rammel

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Fernando Alonso Returns to Indianapolis

Fernando Alonso shook up the Formula One world when he announced he would skip the Monaco Grand Prix, a race which he has won twice, to race the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500. Alonso has raced in Indianapolis before, six times in fact, well almost six but we’ll get to that later.  Everyone knows […]

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2016 Indy 500 Winner Receives Ring

There’s nothing like winning the Indy 500 from the milk to the glory and bragging rights. Alexander Rossi found that out first hand last year winning the 100th running of the 500 as a rookie. He received his ring for his centennial victory May 3, when Alonso did his Rookie Orientation Program testing. Rossi was […]

Richard Edwards
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Richard Edwards Returns With First Post-Margot Record

“The band, for all intents and purposes, from the beginning, was me and a gang of buddies here and there that would change and morph,” Edwards says. “My 20s had ended, and that band kinda felt like my 20s.”

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Quick Q&A With Kev Marcus Of Black Violin

“When people see me with a violin, it changes what they thought a black man could do”

A sad Man United Fan.
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Meet Soccer Fans at Chatham Tap

Listening to accented voices spur on their favorite footballers makes the spot feel more like London than Indy—especially when you insouciantly toss an Arsenal or Chelsea scarf around your neck on the way out the door.

Nathaniel Russell
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Indy Artist Nathaniel Russell Gives the World a Gift

Almost everyone in Indianapolis should be familiar with Russell’s work, even if they didn’t realize it. The large cutout people with the words “we,” “us,” and “all” at the corner of Michigan Street and Mass Ave. is one of the best examples of Russell’s public art.

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Indy Exorcist Vincent Lampert on the Devil and Saving Souls

Appointed to the position in 2005, Fr. Vincent Lampert has traveled to Rome to be trained at the Vatican, received requests from all over the world, and performed about 10,000 exorcisms.

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eXplore Brown County is a Game Changer

If homemade ice cream and crafts aren’t your thing, eXplore Brown County provides offbeat thrills in a rambunctious backwoods retreat.

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Culture Q&A: Comedian Hannibal Buress

“I got the opportunity to write for shows because of my standup, not the other way around, so I prefer standup.”

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Hip-Hop Festival Chreece

Now in Year Two, Chreece is back and bigger than ever.

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Local T-Shirt Shop Scores New College Lines

After five years of cloaking customers in IU and Butler tees, the owners have finally struck a licensing deal with other Indiana schools.

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Culture Q&A: Houndmouth Guitarist Matt Myers

“I like doing this work, and constantly making music, and being around people who make music,” says Myers. “I always wondered if I’d get homesick, but I finally found something that I love.”

Cadillac Barbie IN Pride Parade
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Q&A: Indy Pride Parade Founder Gary Brackett

“What’s not to love about a parade? Floats, motorcycles, walking groups, drag queens, hot men.”

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The Five Indy Pride Moments We Can’t Wait For

Indy Pride, the city’s 21st annual tribute to all things LGBT, is finally old enough to get a drink at Gregs. Here are the five moments we’re anticipating at this year’s fest, which kicks off Saturday, June 4, and draws to a close on June 12 with a Survivors Brunch—for everyone who made it through a week of Pride festivities and lived to tell the tale.

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Michael Carbonaro: Secrets of a Magician

Star of truTV’s The Carbonaro Effect is coming to Indianapolis for the first time and promises to delight, amaze, and fool you.