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Kristen Fuhs Wells

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Day Trip: Small-Town "Pride"

“There is a perceived novelty in what we do, given our rural community nestled in the Heartland,” says Jonathan Balash, president and director of Spencer Pride. “People hear about small towns being small-minded, but that’s a big misconception.”

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Day Trip: Goose Pond Fish And Wildlife Area

You can see thousands of the water-loving sandhill cranes from a new state-of-the-art visitor’s center, which overlooks the state’s largest wetlands preserve.

Courtesy Indiana Historical Society
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Speed Read: Putting on (L.S.) Ayres

To enter the exhibit, guests walk through a vintage photograph that appears to hang in midair.

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Street Savvy: CityWay & South Street

“Gandolfo’s is my new go-to spot,” says CityWay resident Zachary Lockett. “You feel like you’ve walked into a corner deli in New York.”

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Common Threads Between Indy and Tijuana

It turns out that the border town modeled its street plan after the Circle City’s in 1889.

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Micro-Manage Your Way Through the Indiana Microbrewers Festival

How to avoid the lines, what to taste, and the edible accessory you’ll want to wear.

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Street Savvy: Mooresville

In Pioneer Park, the new Soaring Eagle Zip Line gives riders two thrills for the low $5 cost of one: load at the bottom, slide up the 600-foot cable, then zoom back down.