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Mark Miles

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Culture Warriors: LGBT Battlefield

“RFRA was embarrassing, but Pence hasn’t won elections by championing LGBT causes. And he still wields the veto pen, which is mighty indeed.”

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Heard at the Track: First Concerts

In preparation of the Rolling Stones coming to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway July 4, we quizzed celebrities and local personalities on their first concert. Their answers are a bit surprising. All we can say is, Andrew Luck’s beard makes total sense now!

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Let’s Celebrate! Top Grand Prix of Indy Drivers Share Moments with Loved Ones

Behind the scenes with drivers and their families, plus all the goings-on from around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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Q&A: Doug Boles, IMS President

“What we’ve had to do is look through the lens of, is something really a tradition?” says Boles. “Is it really core, central to our DNA? Or is it something that has just happened over time, and if you changed it, it doesn’t really change the importance of the race?”

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Inside the Box: Helio Castroneves Donates Mobile Device for HopeLine

“Domestic violence impacts our families and friends, our workplaces, and our communities,” said Castroneves. “I’m encouraging racing fans to clean out their drawers and donate their old phones and accessories.”

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Tony Kanaan Does Indianapolis

An all-around busy day—and month—for TK, who will host IndyCar’s media dinner tonight at Fogo de Chao, then prepare for the Grand Prix of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis 500, his 299th and 300th career IndyCar starts.

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May 2013

From The Libertine to Recess and Oakleys to Bluebeard, Korean to Latin and sushi to steak, our critics choose the cream of Indy’s dining crop.

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WHAT I KNOW: Mark Miles

Plus, see the number of countries that broadcast open-wheel racing, by continent. You might be surprised.

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Super Bowl XLVI Named Event of the Year

Put on your best NFL jersey and fire up the confetti machines! Super Bowl XLVI was named Event of the Year. The award was presented at the SportsTravel Awards luncheon, held on Oct. 4 in Detroit. Given out by SportsTravel magazine in the Best Professional Single-Sport Event category, the award celebrates excellence in the field and in sports-event management and production each year. Super Bowl XLVI joins last year’s winner in the same category—the Indy 500.

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Eat, Drink, and Think

If you can’t get the city’s visionaries to attend your dinner party, go to theirs instead. Chew on This events are intimate dinners hosted by some of Indy’s biggest thinkers, and anyone can attend for just $20 (food included). Organized by Indiana Humanities, the events have been taking place—and selling out—for a couple of years, and the next one, Aug. 22, is filling up, too. As a main course, Indiana Humanities is serving up conversation about the Pan Am Games, held 25 years ago this month, a time when the city found itself at a critical crossroad. The table talk will focus on “what we decided to do in that era to bring the city back, what worked, what didn’t, and how we can carry it forward in the post-Super Bowl era,” says Brandon Judkins, programs director for Indiana Humanities.

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Goodell and Other Guys in Suits Have Love Fest

This morning, Roger Goodell, Jim Irsay, Greg Ballard, Mark Miles, Andre Carson, and Eugene White—for the uninitiated, see their lofty titles below—shared a dais. They appeared at the brand new Chase Near Eastside Legacy Center on the campus of Arsenal Technical High School, made possible by donations tied to the Super Bowl. This was the feel-good portion of the Super Bowl extravaganza.

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Super Bowl Village's Many Music Acts Named

More entertainment and broadcasting plans for Super Bowl 46 were released today at a press conference held at Lucas Oil Stadium, including the names of music acts to grace the various stages in the Super Bowl Village, which takes up a three-block stretch of Georgia St.

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Mark Miles Makes the Case for a Super Rematch

Green Bay versus Pittsburgh, again—according to Super Bowl Host Committee Chairman Mark Miles, that’s the matchup Naptowners should root for now that the Colts are well out of the picture.

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Huddle Up: Audibles Around the Web

 

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