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What We’re Really Doing This Weekend: Dachshund Races, Amy Schumer, and Cubs Games

Between weiner dogs at Germanfest and weiner jokes from Amy Schumer, we’ll be laughing our way to Monday.

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Three Things to Know about Project for Awesome

Don’t know about Project for Awesome? Here’s three things you should know before it begins on December 12.

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Larry Bird: 'All of My Donations Are Sort of Made Under the Table'

For Bird, the commitment to giving goes back to his upbringing in French Lick, “growing up in a small town” where he and his family “didn’t have a lot,” he says. “But we were greatly benefited by gifts.”

Photo courtesy Tackling Homelessness
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Colts Lineman Joe Reitz Takes On Homelessness

“I think it’s just a fundamental need—food, clothing, and shelter,” says Reitz. “It’s something that you hope that everybody in our world, especially our city, has access to.”

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Scenes from Strawberry Festival 2014

The annual event, put on by a Christ Church Cathedral women’s group, is more than an excuse to take your lunch break an hour earlier. It’s an exercise in Hoosier hospitality.

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Video: Peyton Manning Sings Johnny Cash at Indy Event

“Folsom Prison Blues” has become something of a standard for the five-time NFL MVP.

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12 Indy Restaurants New to Dining Out for Life in 2014

“This is the first year we’ve had two restaurants giving 100 percent,” says Damien Center organizer Elisa Rogowski. “It’s good to see it spreading out from the city center, as we have one in Zionsville and two in Greenwood.”

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Spotlight Event to Feature 15 Performances, with Six First Timers

New acts go on every five to 10 minutes at this charity-aiding showcase that also serves as an ADD-addled arts lover’s dream.

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The Give Guide: The Smart Money

Charity Navigator, a rating service, uses the most recent tax-filing figures available to determine transparency, accountability, and financial health.

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The Give Guide: Golden Shopportunities

Including a colorful hardbound wedding album from Bohemian Red Images, by offbeat Indy photographer Katie Basbagill.

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The Give Guide: Past & Presents

“We were treading into unfamiliar territory, a rundown part of the city where even the most beautiful of white snow couldn’t disguise the gloom and desolation of the abandoned buildings.”