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Friday Photo Blog: Virginia Avenue Folk Festival

McLaughlin

by Tim McLaughlin Hapless Guitar Photography Indianapolis is the Crossroads of America, and this is no more true than in music.  With music venues from the larger Vogue Theater to the smaller Melody Inn, music plays from Zionsville to spots such as Broad Ripple, Downtown Indianapolis, Fountain Square and many ...

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I Ain’t Afraid of No Lady Ghostbusters

Stevens 3

It’s been 32 years since the original Ghostbusters were being covered with green ectoplasm.  Like many children of the ‘80s, I was in no hurry to see any reboots of the iconic movie that brought us Slimer, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, and that catchy theme song.  Until, that is, ...

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What I Learned on My Golf Trip

Lake Bunker

Sometimes it takes a guy 35 years to realize that the biggest problem with his golf game is his brain. by Donovan Wheeler Jim VanBuskirk, my high school golf coach, was a thin, diminutive man with a high-pitched voice.  He shielded his eyes behind a thick pair of classic horn-rimmed ...

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Is the Driver Overrated? With DePauw’s Vince Lazar

Driver

A day after returning from a four-day, 144-hole golf odyssey in Michigan, I could not stop thinking about the impact Day-Three had on me.  On that day, two events changed my attitude about my game.  First, after a group discussion the majority of us agreed to move up a set ...

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