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Park Tudor headmaster remembered
The crowd for Miller's remembrance, at one of the largest churches in Indianapolis, filled every pew of the Gothic Revival church and overflowed into satellite viewing areas under and around the Second Presbyterian sanctuary. The remembrances painted a …
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Using 'Friday night science' to rate Indy's worst suburbs
So, a website based in North Carolina wants to tell us which Indianapolis suburbs are the worst? This should be good. The writers at RoadSnacks, a website that seems to specialize in ranking cities in odd categories, say they "used data and science to …
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Pit Pass: Fisher, Hartman split from Carpenter's IndyCar team
Last year, CFH Racing fielded two cars at each of the races and a third in the Indianapolis 500. Before the Fisher/Hartman combination joined the Carpenter group in the fall of 2014, the two companies fielded two 500 cars each, for a total of four entries.
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Leader of Indy entrepreneur group dies at 28

Leader of Indy entrepreneur group dies at 28
Denver Hutt, who for three years ran The Speak Easy, a nonprofit “clubhouse” for entrepreneurs in Broad Ripple, died Saturday. Hutt, 28, had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2013. She stepped down as head of The Speak Easy in August of last year.
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Mumford & Sons set Indianapolis date for 2016
Rock band Mumford & Sons will perform on April 23 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, available at the venue, 125 S. Pennsylvania St., and at Ticketmaster.com. Winner of the album of the year Grammy for 2012 release "Babel …
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'It's like a war zone': Indy records its deadliest year in 2015

'It's like a war zone': Indy records its deadliest year in 2015
When discussing homicides in his hometown, nothing surprises Gerald Hamilton anymore. No matter how brutal the details, how numerous the victims or how brazen the attack, Hamilton no longer considers anything outside the realm of possibility.
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Is Global Learn a 'scheme' for ailing Indy business to evade lawsuits
The College Network, an Indianapolis company investigated in 2014 by The Indianapolis Star, terminated employees last week and told them the firm is going "dormant." Many of its assets, however, were sold to two new and similar companies, allegedly run …
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One Direction embraces its future in Indianapolis
One Direction capped one of the biggest days of its career by singing to appreciative fans in Indianapolis, a city the pop group had never visited before but may now view as a good luck charm. Friday was special in the One Direction timeline because of …
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Montage on Mass to bring much more retail to Mass Ave
Ave., as it's affectionately known, could be the tipping point that transitions the cultural district from one of Indianapolis' most popular nightlife destinations to a more well-rounded neighborhood. The $ 50 million Montage on Mass will bring 236 …
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Taylor Swift in Indianapolis: What you need to know
Swift's visit to Indianapolis isn't the biggest concert of the year, a distinction that goes to the Rolling Stones at Indianapolis Motor Speedway or Lucas Oil Stadium shows headlined by Kenny Chesney and One Direction. But those events at larger venues …
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Journey will play Indianapolis 500 Carb Day show
Long-running rock band Journey will play the annual Carb Day concert on May 27 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The California band, featuring vocalist Arnel Pineda since 2007, will draw on a catalog of hits that includes "Don't Stop Believin …
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Top Five Live: Borns bringing his electro-pop to town
The Michigan-born, L.A.-based electro-pop artist has continued his rise, performing on late-night talk shows while also touring with big-name acts Charli XCX and Bleachers. Now on tour to promote his debut album, Borns visit Indianapolis for a sold out …
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Get your drink on: The 20 best bars in Indianapolis
Bakersfield,334 Massachusetts Ave., bakersfieldmassave.com, (317) 635-6962. Wash down your street fare-inspired tacos with over 100 tequilas and whiskeys or beer served in a frosty boot mug at this modern honky tonk bar. Bakersfield is busy every night …
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Why South Florida Continues to Produce the Greatest NFL Talent in the Country

Why South Florida Continues to Produce the Greatest NFL Talent in the Country
What makes this area—which rarely sees a day of “football weather” and is more commonly recognized for everything from beaches and nightlife to cocaine and Scarface—so prominent on the gridiron? If you ask the people most …. Hilton, after flying …
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5 Downtown Indianapolis projects that will be finished in 2016
Adjacent to the nightlife on Massachusetts Avenue and the more residential vibe of Lockerbie Square, this 211,000-square-foot project will bring 215 apartments to Downtown. The project also includes some first-floor retail and a 244-space parking garage.
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