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100 Days Of Summer

Your endless summer starts now.

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Day Trip: Small-Town "Pride"

“There is a perceived novelty in what we do, given our rural community nestled in the Heartland,” says Jonathan Balash, president and director of Spencer Pride. “People hear about small towns being small-minded, but that’s a big misconception.”

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What We’re Really Doing This Weekend: Tamika’s Goodbye, The Vonnegut Opera, and More

We’re looking forward to a weekend of Vonnegut opera, craft cocktail tours, and Home-A-Rama.

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Miss IN Light IN? Three More Digital Projection Festivals to See

Looking for your next fix of “photon bombing”? Here’s where to go.

Taste of Tippecanoe
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Day Trip: Taste of Tippecanoe

Taste of Tippecanoe on June 18 reps old favorites and newcomers on Lafayette’s emerging dining scene (20 restaurant openings within the past year).

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Feline Film Frenzy

It’s not about cat videos, it’s about watching cat videos together.

Lon Chaney
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Seven Ways to Spend Halloween

Escape your couch (and the incessant stream of trick-or-treaters) this Halloween.

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Day Trip: Cincinnati’s Bunbury Festival

Catch the rocking display of coordination June 5–7 featuring Lindsey Stirling, The Avett Bros., Snoop Dogg, and The Black Keys.

Arcadia Jacqueline Luczywo
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Street Savvy: Arcadia

The most surprising thing about Lisa’s Pie Shop in nearby Atlanta isn’t the signature pie in a jar. It’s that owner Lisa Sparks doesn’t like pie.

Nine Irish Brothers Fish
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Indy’s Six Best Bets for St. Patrick’s Day 2015

With St. Paddy’s Day falling on a Tuesday this year, the festivities are getting started early.

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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.

Reverend Peyton
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Radio Show to Preview WARMfest Bands

Deciding which musical acts to check out at this weekend’s WARMfest—close to 60 performances in four days at Broad Ripple Park—is a daunting prospect. But an hour-long preview show airing tonight on 90.1 WFYI can help.

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WARMfest Returns With Sunnier Prospects

Before the final notes had been played, the 2013 festival dedicated to restoring and promoting White River seemed destined for an encore.

Jen Con
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Nine Can't-Miss 2014 IndyFringe Performances

This year’s Indy Fringe includes bike races, puppets, dead presidents, and a closet full of anti-Semitic squirrels.

Moffat takes center stage.
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Q&A: Pauline Moffat Talks IndyFringe Favorites

“WFYI is producing a documentary on IndyFringe that will air around the country in August,” she says.