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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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Get Spooked by These 7 Halloween Events in Bloomington

October and cooler weather are almost here! That means pumpkin patches, haunted houses, trick-or-treating, and other Halloween events are right around the corner. Luckily, Bloomington has you covered for all events spooky and fun this year. These 7 Halloween events in Bloomington will be sure to…

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You'll Fall in Love With Indiana's Oldest Amish Farm

Make your way to Nappanee, Indiana to visit Amish Acres, a historic Amish farm that serves up a relaxing day of shopping, theater, Amish traditions and plenty of culinary delights. There's no way you'll leave hungry from a visit to Amish Acres so bring your A-game for eating and a sense of…

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IN Repertory Theatre: To Kill a Mockingbird

Back when I attended Taylor University in Upland, I joined a group of students who enjoyed theater and traveled to downtown Indianapolis to view shows from the Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT). I don't know where we found the money or time, but I developed a respect for theater then that carried…

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A Beef & Boards Christmas Delivers Christmas Spirit

If you had asked me whether my kids would have loved A Beef & Boards Christmas, I would have had to think about it for a minute. My kids are older — teenagers, or nearly so — and they have their own lists of things they like. A Christmas concert was not what I would have put on that list. It turns…

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Going to the Theat-ah in Downtown Indianapolis

After a recent trip to downtown Indianapolis with my 12-year-old daughter, and a chance to see "The Lyons" with her at the Phoenix Theatre, she asked me about the different theatres around Indianapolis. And she pronounced it with the British "re" at the end. (Not really.) But I'm going to use the…

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