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Lessons for the New Mayor of Indianapolis

The victor of this month’s election should listen to this advice from past mayors.

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Indy Mini Photos: Another Great Spectacle in Racing

There’s a lot more to the Indianapolis 500 Festival Mini-Marathon than running.

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Tweets of the Week: Obama Does Indy Edition

Via @GoIndyGo: “You know Indy is a world class city when we can handle the President of the United States and @DaveCoulier on the same day.”

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Under the Gun: Tracking One Deadly Crime Spree

Nathan Trapuzzano was set to celebrate his one-year wedding anniversary with wife Jennifer a month after the shooting. She gave birth to their child weeks later.

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Best of Indy: City Life

Featuring the best Twitter follow, zipline, tech seminar, new IMS track tradition, ice skating, and more

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My Best of Indy: Abdul-Hakim Shabazz

“I’m a spirits guy—the basics,” he says. “Pretty much a 60-year-old white man in a 40-something-year-old black man’s body.

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Ask Me Anything: Kelly Shea

How do travelers get upgraded to first class? “You never will. Businessmen getting all those frequent-flyer miles are using the upgrades.”

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Exchanges Welcome: The Fate of the Mall

Millennials might be a bigger threat to malls than online shopping, which the public assumes has hurt malls more than it has.

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The Hoosierist: No Reason To Cheer

Question: How much do Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders get paid?

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Spirit & Place Festival Makes Lectures Cool

The theme might remind you of 1981 prom night, but “Journey” can carry serious meaning. The closing event is a good example.

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Father Vincent Lampert's Best Exorcism Jokes

Including the best Dairy Queen commercial never made.

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Ask Me Anything: Father Vincent Lampert

“Most exorcists would agree that when people go on ghost hunts, they’re really encountering demons,” says Father Vincent Lampert.

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Culture Q&A: Jim Walker, TEDx Organizer

“We were thinking about a natural progression from last year’s theme (“Mix it Up”), and what we really want people to do is get outside of their comfort zone.”

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Ask Me Anything: Mali Simone Jeffers

Says Jeffers, “I’m trying to move us past sprinkling people of color into a photo to really being more inclusive and having events that are relevant to more than one type of people.”

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Photos: WARMfest 2014

Dozens of music acts, as well as Indie Arts & Vintage Marketplace vendors, food trucks, and more populated Broad Ripple Park August 29 through September 1 for the second-ever WARMfest.

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