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Best of Indy: 34 Readers' Choice Winners

Here are the winners of our online survey accompanying the magazine’s “Best of Indy” feature, with a selection of comments from the readers who voted.

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Hot Tickets: Seven Indy Arts Mavens Share Fall Favorites

“Evening with the Stars brings together the best ballet dancers in the world that we would never have a chance to see here,” says Travis DiNicola of Indy Reads. “It’s the must-see event of the year.”

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10 Great Indy Dinner-and-Theater Pairings

The artsy environs at the Alexander hotel make Cerulean the perfect place to discuss Mark Rothko’s play Red, showing at the Indiana Repertory Theatre.

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Culture Q&A: Scott Stulen of the IMA

“I really think that art can be anything that causes you to react, to contemplate something, or to create conversation. That can be a lot of different things. I think it can be art in the traditional sense, but it can also be more active.”

Art in Odd Places - October 2014
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Art in Odd Places Comes to Indy

Whether it’s transforming a barbed-wire fence into a web of lace or flooding the sidewalks with soundscapes, Ed Woodham’s Art in Odd Places (AiOP) project has freaked out Manhattan for nearly a decade now—and it hits Indy this month.

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Five Wild Ideas to Make Indy Better

A few of the city’s smartest urban thinkers give their take on what would make Indy a better place.

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Indy's Inspiring Yoga Spots

Yogis, unite! Monumental Yoga, an annual spectacle, hopes to draw 2,000 flexible folks to the bricks this year.

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New at the IMA: 19th-Century Selfies

Here, a quick snapshot of the latest IMA exhibit’s only self-portraits.

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10 Fun Father's Day Picks in Indy

Victory Field, consistently rated atop the heap of the nation’s minor-league baseball stadiums, has multiple seating packages and a range of ballpark foods to devour. Plus, beer.

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IMA Releases Summer Nights Film Series Schedule

The Indianapolis Museum of Art is trying to make “fetch” happen, as it will show Mean Girls and 11 more cult-favorite and classic-hit films.

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'How Deep Is Your' Exhibit New to the IMA

Julianne Swartz uses photography, plus magnets and other everyday items, in her installations. The lenses in different pieces of work help transfer these mundane objects into “magical moving pictures.”

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The New Indy Must-Do List: Master First Friday

The Indianapolis Downtown Artists and Dealers Association’s monthly art tour has changed a lot in seven years, now boasting nearly 40 participating studios and galleries—plus a huge range of unofficial events.

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The New Indy Must-Do List: Instagram These Scenes

It’ll be a while before these new favorite snapshots grow old.

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Artur Silva Hosts Hot Art-Infused Dance Parties

“I think the American experience is best represented in the middle of the country,” he says, “and to talk about [that] through my work is an entry point to talking about who we are as people.”

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Photos: New Robert Indiana Retrospective at IMA

“This highlights a major aspect of his work that hasn’t been seen in its entirety,” Robert Indiana historian John Wilmerding says.