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Bill Hudnut

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Fruits of the Loop: An Unsung Milestone in Indy’s Downtown Development

Even before its grand opening, the inner loop—31 miles of interstate within I-465, built at a cost of nearly $300 million—had begun paying downtown dividends.

Bill Hudnut
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Bill Hudnut: A Man of His Word

The beloved former mayor’s opinions are as sharp as ever. Here, he reflects on his time at the helm of Indianapolis and takes Indiana’s Republican Party to task.

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Editor’s Note, June 2016: The Closing of Holy Cross

The bell tolls for the Church of the Holy Cross, a near-eastside landmark closing its doors that was beloved by members and neighbors alike.

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Welcome to the New Indy Eleven Theatre

Pauline Moffat remembers thinking: “Here’s a man with vision. He’s starting at a grassroots level with soccer, just as the Fringe did with performance.”

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Goodbye, David Letterman: An Oral History

An oral history of the funniest guy ever to call Indy home.

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Social Media: Historic Photos from the Indianapolis Press Club

When Prohibition ended, the boozy, bawdy days of the Indianapolis Press Club began. Patrons favored a martini “so potent that on the third sip” their tongues would be “paralyzed,” according to one account.

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Big Ideas From Indy's Past

Talk about a Hail Mary. In 1982, city leaders built an NFL stadium without a team.

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Flashback: The Colts Come to Indy—30 Years Later

The arrival of the Colts has brought to an end the all-too-familiar question, “Where’s the beef?” In its place is the all-important question, “Where are the tickets?”

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The Canal's Troubled Waters

For all that downtown’s Central Canal is—mainly, a lovely spot for fresh air—it may forever be known for what it is not.

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