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Street Savvy

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Street Savvy: Downtown Franklin

Hip shops and new restaurants revitalize the courthouse square in downtown Franklin.

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Street Savvy — 16th Street

Once known as Tinker Street, Herron-Morton’s main artery makes a creative comeback. Take an interactive tour of 16th Street.

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Street Savvy: Cornell Avenue

“Broad Ripple is so much more than a late-night drinking destination. I see the Monon Trail and the development alongside as the true sign of the health of the neighborhood.”

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Street Savvy: Irvington

Places to go, things to see, and food to eat in Irvington.

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Street Savvy: Cicero

Here’s where to go to explore this laid-back slice of small-town life.

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Street Savvy: CityWay & South Street

“Gandolfo’s is my new go-to spot,” says CityWay resident Zachary Lockett. “You feel like you’ve walked into a corner deli in New York.”

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Street Savvy: Danville

“There are quite a few homes on the national historic registry right off the courthouse square, and I love to walk around that neighborhood with my dog,” says jewelry designer Sarah Stogsdill.

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Street Savvy: Westfield Boulevard

“This is probably the mecca for people-watching in Indianapolis,” says Scott Pallikan, an IFD Station 32 fireman. “You’re going to see pretty much everything the city has to offer.”

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Street Savvy: Monument Circle

Where to find peace and quiet, exclusive concerts, and the best lunch in the heart of downtown.

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Street Savvy: Dorman Street

A hilly spot with a skyline view perfect for watching the Fourth of July fireworks over downtown, and the edge Flat 12 Bierwerks has on Sun King.

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Street Savvy: Mooresville

In Pioneer Park, the new Soaring Eagle Zip Line gives riders two thrills for the low $5 cost of one: load at the bottom, slide up the 600-foot cable, then zoom back down.

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Street Savvy: 16th Street Downtown

“This corner of Herron-Morton feels like Fountain Square when I opened the original Peter’s—and look what happened to that neighborhood,” says Peter George, co-owner of proposed restaurant Tinker Street.

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Street Savvy: 49th and College

The city’s only hot-sauce tasting bar, homesteading boutique, and moto-style men’s shop fill out Recess’s corner.

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Street Savvy: East 10th Steet

Regulars at scrappy little Tin Comet Coffee leave their favorite mugs—dated vessels touting IHOP, Florida travel, The Far Side, and so on—hanging on a wall for use on return visits.

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Street Savvy: Downtown Westfield

“Westfield is still pretty homey and keeps its heritage. In the summer, we perform vignettes in the cemeteries about prominent figures interred there.”

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