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July 2018 Editor's Note
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Our July Editor’s Note

I had a landlocked childhood.

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Phil Gulley: Our Flagging Ideals

“It occurs to me that nations are a lot like families: Without fresh and diverse infusions of genes, the strain weakens.”

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Phil Gulley: Some Marital Advice

“That Kelsea decided to get married in Danville and not Georgia makes me love her all the more, but then I always look favorably upon people who save me from driving a thousand miles.”

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Ask Me Anything: Brian Jay

“You never forget the fear. One camper might say, ‘I’m going to have the LeFort procedure,’ and I’ll think, Yeah, I had that three times. That’s why I’m there. I’m the light at the end of the tunnel.”

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Curtis Hill Is A Party of 1

Is Curtis Hill the next Mike Pence?

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Quick Q&A With Indy Pride Director Chris Handberg

“You have a wide array of personalities who celebrate as a community. People from so many different backgrounds gather together, and for that day, become a family.”

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Phil Gulley: The Appalachian Trail

“I tell my nephew and his friends the story of My Great Hike often, hoping they might be moved by my dogged determination. Truth be told, though, I sense in them a disdain for my story, as if it were made up.”

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Red Line Wars

A field guide to Red Line haters, who lost the war but will likely keep up their battle cries.

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How The Jill Behrman Case Informed Michael Koryta’s New Novel

This was the story that “kept circling through my mind.”

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AMA: Marisa Kwiatkowski, Journalist

Breaking the USA Gymnastics sex-abuse scandal.

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Phil Gulley: The Brilliant Swedish Tradition Of Death Cleaning

“Young people don’t understand that if death cleaning is to ever take hold in our country, they must do their part and take our crap. Otherwise, the whole system breaks down.”

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Ersal Ozdemir’s 11th Hour

“We’re going to make one last run at it,” Ozdemir said of the Indy Eleven. “Something has to change.”

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Our April Editor’s Note

Some thoughts on our city as we observe the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s death.

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Phil Gulley On Our Obsession With Buying Clothing

“Every old man worth his salt should have a cardigan sweater he wears year-round. It should have soup stains on it and holes in the elbows. If a moth has chewed on it, all the better.”

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Indianapolis Monthly A 2018 CRMA Finalist

It’s kind of like our Oscars—without the red carpet. Or the designer fashions. Or the statues.

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