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Black Market: Delectable and exciting cuisine

I received a call from my friend who is always looking for the next fabulous restaurant. As we checked our schedules, I wondered to...

Get a taste of the arts on Mass Ave.

All actors, actresses, singers, comedians and all other theatrical performers have the chance to showcase their talents on stage at the IndyFringe Fest.IndyFringe, located...

Ralston’s makes conventional exceptional

Well, Restaurant Spotlight readers, I’ve got another one for you – Ralston’s Drafthouse. I was fishing around online to find something good to eat...

Mass Ave lightbox to feature work of Indianapolis-based artist

INDIANAPOLIS—Situated on the historic Survive Alive Fire Station at 748 Massachusetts Ave. is a 237 square foot lightbox that annually showcases the work of...

Let your inner artist out

Who knew that when Tajuana Hill took a trip to Atlanta she would come back to Indianapolis with the idea to open a studio...

Bru Burger Bar: Real. Good. Burgers.

The average American eats over 100 hamburgers per year. If you’re going to chow on that many burgers, make sure they are really good....
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Remembering John Jointer, a gracious athlete

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