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Amy Lynch

Major Taylor: The World's First African-American Sports Star

Long before Jackie Robinson, Walter Payton, and Michael Jordan became household names, Marshall “Major” Taylor was the first African-American sports superstar. “Major” Taylor grew up in Indianapolis, overcoming racial barriers to become a world champion bicyclist at the turn of the 20 th century. In…

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Abracadabra! You Need to Visit This New Albany Magic Shop

Do you believe in magic? Brent Braun does, and might make you as well. You won't regret checking out this New Albany magic shop. Braun launched J&B Magic Shop inside the Greentree Mall in Clarksville back in 2002, intending only to stay open for the holiday season. A move across the street to the…

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Pack-Up the Kids and Make Some Memories at Exhibit Columbus

Exhibit Columbus is rolling into town for its fifth year, presenting a perfect opportunity to pay this south-central Indiana city a visit and admire its stunning architecture. The latest batch of 13 site-responsive installations unveils on Aug. 21, staying up for outdoor viewing and interaction…

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These Central Indiana Ghost Walks are a Spooky Good Time

If your idea of fun is being scared silly, sign up for one of these ghost walks through some of the most haunted territory of central Indiana. Michael and Nicole Kobrowski of Unseenpress.com, Inc. have authored a number of books about haunted locations throughout Indiana, and have been leading…

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