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Play Grounds

The 7.5-acre Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience is The Children’s Museum’s biggest expansion in 40 years.

The Tube Factory
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Best of Indy 2016: Art & Culture

From Andrew Luck’s Book Club to Roxane Gay’s Twitter account, here are the Best of Indy selections in arts and culture.

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Six Ways to Play Astronaut at the Children’s Museum’s New Space Exhibit

The planetarium features real space vehicles and equipment around the theater.

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Artists Collide as Spotlight Event Raises $352K

Q Artistry led in terms of quirk factor, and spoken-word poet Tasha Jones continued her striking series of turns.

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Terra Cotta Warriors Descend on Indy

Don’t miss long-pot tea-pourer Li Min, visiting from China. “He pours teas out of a long spout while performing kung fu such that the tea goes five, 10, 15 feet into your cup.”

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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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The Hot List 11.29.13

Vintage nirvana, the lingerie sale of the year, and kid-approved toys for the holidays.

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50 Days of Holiday Gifts: The Toy

A modified loom provides a stimulating yet simple way for kids to make their own jewelry—while sitting quietly for hours!

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Former Astronaut David Wolf Reviews Gravity

“One cannot get into, or out of, the spacesuits as quickly as shown, but that’s okay,” he says.

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Ask Me Anything: Astronaut Dr. David Wolf

The Hoosier rocket man talks about life in the International Space Station.

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The Hoosierist: Scare Tactics

Haunted leftovers, cupcake allergens, and the very rich. Ask The Hoosierist.

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Photo: Children's Museum of Indianapolis Featured on Jeopardy!

The mention catalyzed an amusing rejoinder from one Instagram user, @imnotinfectious: “Blast, I missed it! That’s what I get for bathing my kid.”

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Barbie? G.I. Joe? Vote for Your Favorite Toy

Dust off those old boxes in the attic and try to unearth that favorite childhood item—The Children Museum’s new interactive project, “100 Toys (& their Stories) that Define Our Childhood,” is taking votes from the public to decide which should earn the title of best plaything of the past 100 years.