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Innovative Indy Health Specialists Have Brainy Ideas

From innovative brain surgery to special vaccines, local doctors and researchers plumb the depths of gray matter.

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Community Rehabilitation Hospital Is Now More Plush

With its new digs, Community Rehabilitation Hospital now offers a more plush road to recovery.

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'Slick' Leonard Flick Coming Soon

“The best part is that there’s so much people don’t know about Slick Leonard,” says filmmaker Ted Green. “He’s a documentarian’s dream.”

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Micro-Manage Your Way Through the Indiana Microbrewers Festival

How to avoid the lines, what to taste, and the edible accessory you’ll want to wear.

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Picker's Paradise: Indiana Landmarks Treasure Hunt

On July 12, Indiana Landmarks hosts its annual Treasure Hunt. Above, a few of the items we’d like to add to our chest.   Photos by Tony Valainis This article appeared in the July 2014 issue. 

Hoosier Mama Pie Company
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Traveler: Get a Second Wind in Chicago

Even if you’re a native of the Windy City, these 25 ideas make it possible to play tourist in your home city.

The Inventorialist
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Street Savvy: Dorman Street

A hilly spot with a skyline view perfect for watching the Fourth of July fireworks over downtown, and the edge Flat 12 Bierwerks has on Sun King.

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Traveler: Traverse City's Cherry Festival

Studded with charming eateries, roadside farm stands, lovely orchards, and postcard-perfect wineries, Traverse City packs a big foodie punch.

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26 Great Indy Dates

From summertime fireworks to Holiday festivities, we’ve got you covered on what’s happening in the Circle City.

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Columbus, Indiana, Has a New Angle

The people of Columbus want to keep building. In the words of J. Irwin Miller, “Never play it safe. Take the big risk.”

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Quick Q&A with Conductor Brent Havens

“(Orchestras) would say, ‘Our audience won’t be interested in this.’ Our point was, ‘We aren’t looking for your audience. We’re looking for classic-rock fans.'”

Kate Drury's kitchen
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At Home: Kate Drury’s Kitchen

She opened The Flying Cupcake in 2007. Now, the confectionery expert prefers to whip up indulgent treats at her northside abode in this dreamy space.

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How Indy Are You? Take the Quiz!

Question: If you could press a button and make one Indy thing vanish forever, which would you choose?

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Who Will and Won't Use Indy Bikeshare

Twenty-five stations corral 250 sturdy bikes, each outfitted with a lock, a basket, and a map.

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Indy Bikeshare 101

Buy a 24-hour pass for $8 with a credit card at any station kiosk. Take a bike.