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Indianapolis Monthly Wins 10 ‘Best in Indiana Journalism’ Awards

First-place categories for IM stories included Medical, Business, and Sports reporting, as well as Column and Features writing.

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Indianapolis Monthly Gets Seven 2015 CRMA Award Nominations

More than 100 judges from the likes of Vanity Fair, ESPN the Magazine, and The New Yorker picked the finalists.

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12 Notable Nods to Indiana on Parks and Rec

Keen watchers here might have noticed some subtle Hoosier winks among the blatant ones.

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Drake and Pacers Act Up at ESPY Awards

Hijinks ensued that included that rapper/host, current Indiana star Paul George, and now-erstwhile Indy joker Lance Stephenson.

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Indianapolis Monthly Wins CRMA General Excellence Award

IM faced stiff competition to take home the best-in-class recognition.

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Indianapolis Monthly Wins 13 SPJ Awards

Check out the lauded features and photo essays here.

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John Green Goes To the MTV Movie Awards

He should probably get used to the fame, as The Fault in Our Stars will surely be a juggernaut at next year’s MTV Movie Awards.

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Indianapolis Monthly Is Nominated for Seven CRMA Awards

More than 100 judges from the likes of Esquire, Bon Appetit, and Vanity Fair narrowed the field of finalists, including these from IM’s 2013 issues.

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The New Indy Must-Do List: Attend These Events

Eleven parties, festivals, and games you won’t want to miss in 2014.

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President Obama Awards Medal of Freedom to Lugar, Winfrey, and More

In addition to Lugar, Obama awarded the Medal of Freedom—founded by president John F. Kennedy—to Bill Clinton, Sally Ride, Oprah Winfrey, Loretta Lynn, Gloria Steinem, and more.

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Indianapolis Monthly Wins CRMA Award

On Monday, May 20, the magazine took home a City and Regional Magazine Association award in the category of Leisure/Lifestyle Interest for our October 2012 “Fall Drives: Lost and Found” feature.

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Q&A: Marianne Boruch, Purdue's Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award Winner

Poet Marianne Boruch has won other awards in the past, but nothing prepared her for the news that she’d won the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award, the largest monetary prize for a single collection of poetry in the world. Boruch, who has been teaching at Purdue for nearly three decades, won the $100,000 award for her 2011 collection The Book of Hours. Nature-oriented poems dominate the collection, borne out of the extended periods Boruch spent in the woods over the past five years. Other poems in the collection depict people in more everyday settings, and some ruminate on poetry itself. As she prepared to leave for yesterday’s award ceremony at Claremont Graduate University in California, Boruch talked with IM about the award, her book, and great poetry.

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It's David Letterman's World

Letterman shook up the late-night airwaves in 1993, when—after losing the chance to host The Tonight Show to Jay Leno—he moved to CBS.

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