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The 500 Is Back, And This Time It Counts

After a two-year wait, we’ll never again take for granted the traditions and memories associated with the Greatest Spectacle in Racing.

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Prof. Sheila Kennedy On Why Indianapolis Works The Way It Does — And Occasionally Doesn’t

The O’Neill professor and veteran of Indy civic life talks all things Unigov, as well as the city’s complicated political realities.

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Windsor Park, Indy’s Booming New Neighborhood

The Circle City Industrial Complex and Spades Park now have company adjacent to downtown.

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The Civil Rights-Era Activist Who Cleaned Up Indianapolis

Long before Keep Indianapolis Beautiful had us planting trees and adopting medians, Mattie Coney campaigned for cleaner streets.

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The Official Indianapolis Monthly NCAA Tournament Live Blog

Our one-stop resource for what’s going on around the city, on and off the court.

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Snapshots From This Week’s Winter Snowstorm In Indy

More snow could fall Wednesday.

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Indiana University’s Dr. Aaron E. Carroll On Running Schools Safely During COVID-19

The doctor joins the Monthly Weekly to talk about the past, present, and future of the pandemic in Indiana.

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The NFL Combine Is Going To Miss Indianapolis When We’re Gone

I’ve covered the event for the past few years. The NFL doesn’t know what it’ll be missing when it moves the Combine.

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Cole Porter’s Immigration Protest… Ballet

It’s not the Hoosier’s most famous work by a long shot, but “Within the Quota” is newly resonant today.

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“Hero Of The Pandemic” Consuelo Poland, Of The Latina Welders Guild

The Indy-based maker talks about how her nonprofit survived and thrived in 2020.

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The 25th Art & Soul Celebration Is Going Live, Directly To Your Home

The annual Black History Month event will broadcast its performances online via Facebook each week.

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The Hoosier Hero Of The Iranian Hostage Crisis

Rick Kupke’s quick action during the Carter-era disaster helped lead to the hostages’ release.

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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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