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Cruise In For Classic Fun in Fortville

The days are getting longer, and the promise of warm summer nights is in the air. Last night I was able to take part in a Fortville tradition- the Wednesday night cruise-in. I parked my minivan further down Main Street, because let’s face it, a … [Read More...]

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Hoosier Motors The Monon With SpikeBoarding

Indiana native William Coale ran a 2:37:00 marathon back in his college years so it makes perfect sense to find him lighting up The Monon Greenway Trail today with anaerobic abilities once again. These days however, William is doing more than … [Read More...]

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Bosma Enterprises Gives Hope to the Blind

Over 10 million people in the United States are legally blind or blind. When most people hear that someone is blind they generally have pity on them and think the person can’t live an independent life. Americans have always been headstrong. We don’t … [Read More...]

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Cultural Diversity in Indianapolis

    One of the reasons I love living in Indianapolis is the cultural diversity found within the city. Cultural diversity is nothing new to Indianapolis. A mixed population of Native Americans, Scots-Irish, Pennsylvania Dutch and … [Read More...]

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Free Trees Available for Arbor Day

Arbor Day is observed the last Saturday of April every year. Members of the “Regreening Greenfield” organization want to encourage reforestation, so they will be handing out free tree seedlings beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 26 … [Read More...]

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Bikes in Bloom Brings Color to Greenfield Main Street

Chicago had its cows. Indianapolis had its race cars. Now Greenfield, Indiana has its bikes — 14 bicycles decorated by local non-profits to add color to Main Street and draw attention to the bike racks that are available near the Main Street … [Read More...]

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Mayberry in the Midwest Festival- May 17-18

It’s less than a month away from the first annual Mayberry in the Midwest Festival which will take place Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 18 in Danville, Indiana. This festival is all about celebrating Mayberry and “The Andy Griffith … [Read More...]

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Budget Books and More at Half Price Books

Half Price Books is a discount bookstore which opened its first location back in 1972 in Texas. There are now locations in sixteen states and there is one in Avon, Indiana. Did I mention it’s the only Half Price Books in Hendricks County? Half … [Read More...]

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Hoosier Motors The Monon With SpikeBoarding

Indiana native William Coale ran a 2:37:00 marathon back in his college years so it makes perfect sense to find him lighting up The Monon Greenway Trail today with anaerobic abilities once again. These days however, William is doing more than demonstrating … [Read More...]

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