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Indy Reads Books

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The Feed: The Inferno Room And Nesso Race To Opening Day

The former Cerulean spot gets a new tenant.

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11 Cultural Trail Delights That Make Us Smile

One dog-owner takes his Saint Bernard along on rides in a cart. Another lets his pooch scoot along on a skateboard. Even if you don’t cross paths with these regulars, chances are you’ll still see a creative rig.

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What We’re Really Doing This Weekend: Halloween Pre-Game, Heartland, and More

An Indiana-set Heartland movie, a bestselling author reading, and spooky music.

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Holiday Express: The 5 Best Holiday Shopping Spots

From books to clothing, you can shop local for anything.

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Street Savvy: Mass Ave’s East End

Need help sticking to your resolution? Natural Born Juicers has plenty of selections to restore your glow through the dead of winter.

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A Review of Indy Writes Books: A Book Lover's Anthology

Literary superstar John Green gets top billing, but it’s the lesser-known names that make it worth the price of admission.

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Talking Shop: 11 Indy Store Keepers Share Favorites

Owners and managers at stores ranging from Haus Love to Homespun, Rogue Decor to Rusted Moon Outfitters, dish on the places they love to browse.

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Hot List 8.15.14

A great Gen Con find, the perfect tank for drowsy mornings, and more.

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Street Savvy: Mass Ave

Fabric store Crimson Tate is beloved for its whimsically patterned Indiana pillows and Harriet headbands. Find out what else we’re loving on downtown’s liveliest strip.

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Sold Out: Indy Literary Pub Crawl

Those of you lucky enough to score tickets, remember to come dressed in your best librarian or literary-character outfit!

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Best Bookstore

True story: In the post-paper Kindle age, an independent used-book shop opened with enough bright-eyed enthusiasm to triumph over dark capitalist forces. Even if you adore your e-reader, you’ll love hanging out here just as much, thanks to a cast of winsome characteristics.

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Q&A: Author John Green at Indy Reads Books Opening

It was a busy day for Indy Reads Books; the new store had just opened this morning, and by 5 p.m., it was hosting a rare local reading by Indy author John Green. He spoke to readers and answered questions with his signature energy and wit, and afterward hundreds of readers waited patiently for a chance to speak with the author while he signed their books (and, in one case, a hat). After the marathon session, Green found time to talk with us.

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Indy Reads Brings Literary Touch to Mass Ave

Three years of work came to fruition today for Indy Reads with the 11 a.m. opening of its new bookstore on Mass Ave. A modest crowd filled the beautifully designed interior of the spot to take a look at the first bookstore to grace downtown since Borders left last year.

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