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Herb Simon on the Pacers' Future: 'We Have a Succession Plan'

EVAN WEST: Why did you and brother Mel decide to purchase the club?

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Luck vs. Peyton

Striking similarities and stark differences between these two Indianapolis Colts QBs.

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There & Back: Cincinnati's Pro Tennis Tournament

Cincy’s venerable, 113-year-old event arrives annually as a cut-rate version of the U.S. Open.

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Mini-Marathon Do's & Don'ts

Since I ran the inaugural Indiana University Mini-Marathon on my 25th birthday in 2006, I have been slightly obsessed with half-marathons, and road races of all distances. I have now run three Indy Minis, as well as innumerable 5-milers and 5Ks, including the 2007 Indy Mini Day’s 5K, that just three and a half months after I was in a fairly serious car wreck.

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The Hoosierization of Reggie Miller

Editor’s Note: Indiana Pacers hero Reggie Miller was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame on April 2. Here, his cover story from IM‘s April 2005 issue. (See the companion Q&A piece here.)  He got to start a game in high school only after another boy showed up with the wrong uniform. He got a […]

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On the Verge: Serving Notice

“I was lucky with my parents,” Austin says. “They were always willing to drive me somewhere at 5 a.m.” Now it’s time for Austin to drive herself the rest of the way, and see how far she can go.

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What I Know: Al Michaels

Al Michaels has called the NFL’s biggest games since 1986, making him one of sport’s icons. He even played himself in Jerry Maguire.

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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.

On the Verge: Steele Johnson, Indianapolis Monthly, December 2011
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ON THE VERGE: High Point

This month, Steele Johnson, a phenom-in-the-making from Carmel, will take on some of the country’s best divers at the USA Diving Winter National Championships in Knoxville, Tennessee. Even though Johnson, 15, will compete against Olympians, his coach, John Wingfield, expects him to medal in the individual and synchronized 10-meter platform events. (Wingfield should know: He coached the 2008 U.S. Olympic team.)

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Tony Stewart Is Wheeling and Dealing

He passed Dale Earnhardt Jr. in merchandise sales—a remarkable feat considering Earnhardt’s legacy and loyal spectators.

Tony Dungy
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Tony Dungy: Can This Nice Guy Finish First?

Winning—and Dungy’s famous defense strategy for winning—is what people ask about all the time. Ultimately, Indianapolis’s new football figure’s present notoriety comes back to race.