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4 Best Bar Patios To Get Lit Before The Fireworks Do

When the great Fourth of July land grab begins around nightfall, you’ll already be sitting pretty.

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A Quick Q&A With Mark Sexton

Famous for casinos and quick divorces, Reno, Nevada, is also home to a bustling music scene. For Mark Sexton, guitarist and vocalist for The Sextones, Reno serves as a community for a melting pot of musicians inspired by different genres and sounds that make the local music scene stand out from much of the country. […]

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What We’re Really Doing This Weekend: Dachshund Races, Amy Schumer, and Cubs Games

Between weiner dogs at Germanfest and weiner jokes from Amy Schumer, we’ll be laughing our way to Monday.

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Swoon List: Rene’s Bakery, Harry & Izzy’s, and More

This week, we binged on raspberry pastries and dipped things in mustard.

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Top 5 Fourth of July Fireworks Viewing Spots in Downtown Indy

Here are the best locations to catch the spectacular downtown show.

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Indy’s Six Best Bets for St. Patrick’s Day 2015

With St. Paddy’s Day falling on a Tuesday this year, the festivities are getting started early.

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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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Five Last-Minute Mother's Day Brunch Ideas

Procrastinate much? Here, a quintet of local spots still taking reservations for Mother’s Day brunch.

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Readers Take the 25 Best Bars Challenge

One couple visited all of Indianapolis Monthly’s recommended Best Bars—and have a top-five ranking of their own to share.

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Best of Indy: Dishes You've Never Tried

Seven local dishes you probably haven’t had, but should.

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No. 3 – The Rathskeller

“We restored an icon for the city,” says owner Dan McMichael. “And the city has responded.”

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50 Things Every Hoosier Must Do!

What makes this Columbus institution really sweet is the counter-side charm of Wilma Hare and her fellow soda jerks, who will pull you an ice cream soda the way it was in 1900 and serve it with a side of sass: “When that ice cream hits the carbonation, it will explode like a volcano. And I will laugh at the look of panic on your face.”