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Indy. Naptown. Our fair city.

Indianapolis and its many places and people.


Indy. Naptown. Our fair city.

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Indianapolis, Indiana (capitol building)

This little gal never stops dancing in Indianapolis... I plan on seeing her again in my 29th year of life only because my dear saweet Maggie lives here too :)

The Slippery Noodle Inn is a large blues bar and restaurant with two performance stages in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. It also has the distinction of being the oldest continuously operating bar in the state of Indiana, having opened in 1850 as the Tremont House.The Inn served as a stop on the Underground Railroad during the American Civil War.

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Fountain Square, Indianapolis

The Lawn at White River State Park is a great place to enjoy concerts in Indianapolis. Photo by Stacy Kagiwada.

Check out the Best of Indy 2012 for NUVO readers' fave arts, entertainment, music, dining, nightlife and local biz!

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, THE COMMERCIAL CLUB This map, from 1907, shows that 43 independent lines, 18 steam and 25 interurbans entered the city. A belt railroad surrounded the city, as well. At this time, Indianapolis was a major steam railroad and interurban center.

Project School student Izzy Spriggs works on a vertical garden at the school. Photo by Rebecca Townsend.

2012 Cultural Vision Award winner Tamara Zahn has left a substantial mark on Indianapolis.

Great graphic from People for Urban Progress on how to improve Indy through the Indianapolis City Council Structure.

Super Bowl 46 installation, Monument Circle, downtown Indianapolis. Scott Halleran/Getty Images.

Is Hosting The Super Bowl Worth It?

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Jimmy Fallon's view of Hilbert Circle Theatre before taping during Super Bowl festivities. Via @jimmyfallon (of course.)

Monument Circle and the Super Bowl 46 installation. Photo by Jeffrey Furticella/AP.

Super-sized Lombardi Trophy. Featured on the JW Marriott hotel during Super Bowl 46.

Monument Circle, Indianapolis, during Super Bowl 46 festivities. Photo by Adam Becker.

Monument Circle celebrates the Super Bowl in Indianapolis.

Looking at downtown Indianapolis from Mass Ave. Photo via CNN.

2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl "Super Cars" lined up in front of Monument Circle. Photo by Lavengood Commercial Photography.

One of the two limestone eagles at the Old Indianapolis City Hall was accidentally knocked off its perch (see link) before the IDADA TURF launch. Photo by Historic Indianapolis.

Friday Favorite Extra: Traction Terminal Eagles

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