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Importantville: Buttigieg PAC, Young’s 2020 Map, And Pence In Asia

“The Democratic Party is more than a party of coastal elites.”

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The Pros And Cons Of Amazon Selecting Indy For HQ2

So you’re telling us there’s a chance.

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Handicapping Amazon's HQ2 Sweepstakes

Alexa, does Indy have a shot? Alexa?

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Backtrack: Extra! Extra!

It was the early years of the Great Depression, and parents were struggling to make ends meet. So Fannie Caldwell Stewart, owner and publisher of the Indianapolis Recorder, and her son, Marcus C. Stewart, decided that the city’s African-American newspaper was going to throw a picnic for its carriers and their families. That August 1930 […]

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A Quick Q&A With Mark Sexton

Famous for casinos and quick divorces, Reno, Nevada, is also home to a bustling music scene. For Mark Sexton, guitarist and vocalist for The Sextones, Reno serves as a community for a melting pot of musicians inspired by different genres and sounds that make the local music scene stand out from much of the country. […]

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Change the City: Get the Grant

Ready to bite the bullet and go after that check? Catherine Parker of Parker Grant Solutions has some tips for acing the application.

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Backtrack: Trailblazing Trip

Eleanor Roosevelt spent a long day in Indianapolis campaigning for better conditions for coal miners.

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Swoon List: Shoefly, Quirky Feather Confectionery, and More

A take on poutine from Shoefly Public House and a treat for national cookie day.

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Home Ties: Five Movies Filmed in Indiana

How many of these locally filmed movies have you seen?

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The Battle Over Meridian-Kessler’s Historic Homes

“Most historic neighborhoods across the country have historic district protection,” says one neighbor. “We don’t.”

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Photos: Indy Final Four Concerts & Fan Fest

Indy’s Final Four festivities feature a lot more than basketball.

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The Old College Try

The playbook for understanding Oliver Luck and the NCAA.

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Photos: RFRA Protest Rally at the Indiana Statehouse

On Saturday Indianapolis protestors (“thousands,” according to some estimates) marched from Monument Circle to the Statehouse. Photographer Darryl Smith was on hand to capture the rally.

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Tweets of the Week: Religious Freedom Restoration Act

You can’t not have an opinion about Indiana Senate Bill 101.

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Charles Barkley ‘Mistakes’ Annapolis for Indy

You might expect a short film that features him, Spike Lee, and Samuel L. Jackson to be absurd.