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Does Indy Need A Needle Exchange Program?

Dr. Krista Brucker, a reform advocate for opioid overdose treatment, fears Indianapolis is headed for deadly HIV and HIV and hepatitis C outbreaks.

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Uncharted Waters

Is there something in the water? We sent a writer and photographer into the deep end to find out.

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The Confessions Of Cleveland Bynum

Did Cleveland Bynum kill five people? According to a dead man, no.

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Scene Stealers: The Most Beautiful Buildings In Columbus

The director heard about the town on NPR in 2012, and it piqued his interest.

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It's A Mab, Mab, Mab, Mab World

“Once upon a time” seems like a good place to begin a story about Mab Graves, the self-taught, bubblegum-haired Pop Surrealist and growing object of widespread curiosity who looks as if she were sprung to life from one of her works by the flick of a magic wand. And, in a professional sense, she was—born […]

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Consumed

Roxane Gay’s new book gave me the courage to say, “I’m fat.”

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The Wurlitzer's Last Waltz

As a pizza place, it was a pizza place. But the main attraction at the old Paramount Music Palace was a massive Wurlitzer organ—with extra cheese.

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Time Machines

Now in its fourth year, the Brickyard Vintage Racing Invitational supplies a behind-the-scenes, face-against-the-fence view of racing.

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Out Of Line: A Monon Trail Etiquette Handbook

If you don’t clean up Fido’s poop, you deserve to get bopped on the nose with a rolled-up newspaper.

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Hot On The Trails: A Road-Free Guide To Exploring Indy

“Trails have shifted from a want to a need in the last 15 years,” says Urbanophile blogger Aaron Renn. “Now, a great trail is an amenity and a new form of infrastructure your city and community have to have.”

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Hot On The Trails: Blazing New Paths In Indy

Payne has been meeting neighborhood leaders and well-heeled donors to raise $100 million to connect underserved areas to the Monon and other greenways.

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11 Cultural Trail Delights That Make Us Smile

One dog-owner takes his Saint Bernard along on rides in a cart. Another lets his pooch scoot along on a skateboard. Even if you don’t cross paths with these regulars, chances are you’ll still see a creative rig.

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Hot On The Trails: Pleasant Run Trail

At Joe’s Cycles, look for croques monsieurs, baguettes, and croissants come Tour de France time in July, but when the Vuelta a España rolls around in August, he’s all about the Spanish bocadillo.

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Hot On The Trails: Zionsville’s Big-4 Rail Trail

Formerly known as the Zionsville Rail Trail, the Big-4 Rail Trail, a greenway through the heart of the northwestern suburb, is a favorite of children and parents, at the center of a sprawling system that spans Boone County.

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Hot On The Trails: Franklin Greenway Trail

“It is very user-friendly and also a very sociable trail,” says Franklin College senior Michael Powell. “Everyone you pass waves and greets you.”

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