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Friday Cover Blog: The Second Stream Covers

Second Stream Collage

Red Wanting Blue front-man, Scott Terry, described his band’s national presence as such: “When I look at our work, all our friends, and the people in the other bands…it almost seems as if there’s two streams which every now and then touch each other, but most of the time they ...

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Friday Photo Blog: The Little 500’s Cutters

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Throughout the autumn months, in one bicycle shop after another, a quirky little board game appeared on the shelves.  Glory Gears, a game inspired by 1979’s Breaking Away, the surprise hit film depicting Indiana University’s signature spring event, not only captures the excitement of competitive cycling strategy, its very existence ...

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Friday Photo Blog: Autumn Beauty

Morning Glories by the Soybeans

Knightstown’s Eric Cox returns to the Friday Photo Blog with this collection of gems reminding us of the autumn which has passed.  Now that winter is upon us we find ourselves thinking of the words of Percy Shelley:  “O Wind, If Winter comes, can Spring be far behind?”

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Friday Photo Blog: DoitIndy Radio Hour

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National Road Magazine’s Friday Photo Blog returns with a lengthy collection by frequent contributor Tim McLaughlin.  Once again, McLaughlin demonstrates his adept eye for the stage profiling some of the amazing talent which plays in the Hoosier state’s capital city. photos and copy by Tim McLaughlin On Saturday October 22, ...

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Friday Photo Blog: Caitlin Fogle’s Greencastle

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Captured through the capable lens of National Road Magazine’s Caitlin Fogle, these are the people who have made Greencastle, Indiana one of the most enviable small towns in the Midwest.  Their stories are those of very human people: ambitious, visionary, determined, and eventually philosophical.  If you don’t appreciate what they’ve ...

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Friday Photo Blog: Virginia Avenue Folk Festival

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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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