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Our Love Letter To “Ann Dancing”

The Indianapolis Cultural Trail kicked off a 30-day crowdfunding campaign in your honor today, with the goal of raising $262,800 for repairs by June 29.

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Home Grown: Urban Patch Is A Family Affair

The Moore family started Urban Patch—and revitalizing their neighborhood—by purchasing an abandoned house with a credit card.

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Spark Will Return to Monument Circle—and Elsewhere

Suggestions from last year’s users include outdoor movies, putting dance steps on the bricks, basketball, and pony rides.

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How Indy Are You? Take the Quiz!

Question: If you could press a button and make one Indy thing vanish forever, which would you choose?

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The Hoosierist: Bricks & Mormon

Question: How much do those fancy helicopters the TV stations use cost?

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Photos: CityWay Garage Graffiti

The English artist’s 16 pieces at the CityWay parking garages were commissioned with his finely-dressed alternate persona, “the Vandal,” letting him speak his mind through the character’s works, some of them elaborate pieces (called “burners” in graffiti-artist parlance).

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The Hoosierist: Butt of the Joke

Q: Recent surveys place Indiana among the fattest states and high on the list for smoking. Are there any surveys that rank the state high for something good?

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The Monument's Freed Slave: A Brief History

It appears in a group of sculptures on the west-facing side of the monument known as “Peace.” In the center, a robed Liberty holds a shield inscribed with the Latin “E Pluribus Unum.” A man sits at her feet, shirtless, gazing at her as he holds out a set of broken shackles.

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