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JW Marriott

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Swoon List: Ali’i Poke, Blue Sushi Sake Grill, And More

Sushi, tacos, poke, and meatballs. Our Swoon List contains multitudes.

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Indy Has Three of the “10 Best Midwest Hotels”

Our fair city is a good one in which to lay your weary head, say readers of Condé Nast Traveler.

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Swoon List: Rev Edition

We ate our way through two pavilions of food vendors at the Speedway’s third annual Rev event on Saturday night. We’re putting these dishes on victory podium.

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JW Marriott Facade to Feature Giant Indy 500 Graphic

The graphic will cover 74,538 square feet and include images of the Borg-Warner Trophy, an Indy car, the 100th Running logo, and the words, “Epic Race. Epic Place.”

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Editor’s Note, March 2016: The Effect of the Cultural Trail

There are more reasons than ever to linger downtown—primarily thanks to the trailblazing path.

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Hoosier Hall of Fame: Sports Corp’s Ripple Effects

Civic vision, opportunism, and lots of volunteerism take Indy’s sports rep from sorry to super.

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The Replay: Butler Blue III, Pacers, and #BrackeTALLogy

Butler’s sickening Big East tourney loss.

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Hoosier Lobbying: Are You Not Entertained?

Special interests pay handsomely for the chance to put their stamp on Indiana politics. But in 2013, lobbyists themselves spent a comparatively paltry $4,000 on meals, hotel stays, and tickets to events and attractions for individual lawmakers.

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Top Five: Summer Cocktails

These summertime sips are too cool for school.

Lobby Bar at JW Marriott
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Top Five: Sexy Hotel Bars

Lobby Bar at JW Marriott? Plat 99 at The Alexander? See what others made our roundup of pristine watering holes at the city’s hotels.

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Indy's Top 20 Sports Bars

First up: Ale Emporium. This 30-year-old icon across the street from the mall bustle of Castleton serves a lively crowd of first- and even second-generation regulars.

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