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Circle City

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Steve Raymer, “Welcome To Chindianapolis” Photographer

The Monthly Weekly chats with the veteran photojournalist about his December feature.

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The Hoosierist: Big Bang Theory

Exploding manhole lids, winter weather, and Humvees.

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Welcome To Chindianapolis

One of the largest populations of Burmese Chin refugees in the world lives on the south side of Indianapolis.

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The Hoosierist: Cranes, (Food) Trucks, And Horse-Drawn Automobiles

Sam Stall answers your questions about the fauna, mechanical and otherwise, stalking Indy’s streets.

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Winterlights’ Magic Returns to Newfields

Even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the museum grounds are alight with holiday cheer.

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How Big Car Collective Is Walking The Tightrope In Garfield Park

As the neighborhood begins to thrive, the group hopes to avoid the gentrification that has followed artists everywhere else they have gone.

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A Very Traders Point Thanksgiving; Indy’s Pioneering CBD Bakery

The Monthly Weekly’s Thanksgiving extravaganza.

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How The Virtual Quaker Meeting Vastly Improved My Life

At what were once long, dull Quaker meetings, Zoom lives up to its name.

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Fun With Dick And Jane (In Clinton County)

Zerna Sharp never had kids of her own, but her children, as she called them—Dick, Jane, and Baby Sally—became American icons as the main characters of schoolbooks used across the nation. If you were in first grade in America between 1930 and 1970, you probably learned to read with Dick and Jane—who reached the height […]

Southport Antique Mall
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Our Guide To Southport’s Hidden Treasures

Good coffee, an authentic Burmese cafe, vintage shopping, and more.

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The Hoosierist: Avriel Shull, Home Brewing, And Home Delivery

No, seriously: Whatever happened to the paperboy?

George Floyd mural
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Downtown Indy’s Racial Justice Murals, In Their Artists’ Own Words

The stories behind the murals, directly from their creators.

Pacers male cheerleaders
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When The Pacers Had A Co-Ed Cheerleading Squad

The Indiana Pacers finished dead last in 1983, but achieved an NBA first: male cheerleaders.

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This Year’s Spirit And Place Festival May Be Virtual, But Its Focus Is Very Real

Many presenters have adjusted their programming to keep it relevant in light of the Black Lives Matter protests and the pandemic.

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Indiana Gears Up For Election Day; Brent Terhune Tweaks The Right

The Monthly Weekly chats with contributing editor Adam Wren and local comedy phenom Brent Terhune.

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