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The Mile Square’s Capital Gains

Investments in public safety, cleanliness, and outreach are coming to the Mile Square.

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Q&A With Cummins CEO Jennifer Rumsey

Jennifer Rumsey is guiding Cummins through the electric vehicle revolution.

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The Future Of Downtown

It’s no secret that downtown has a skyline-sized problem brought on by the pandemic. But a historic slate of development is underway that may revitalize the city’s core to its Super Bowl–era glory. Here, a tour of what’s working, what’s not, and what remains to be seen.

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Monon 30 Breathes Life Into Urban Blight

Ten local companies pooled their resources to purchase 50 acres of abandoned Indianapolis property with big plans to revitalize the area.

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Inside The Stutz Controversy

Everyone loves the Stutz Building redevelopment except the departing artists.

Children's Museum CEO Jennifer Pace Robinson in from of the t. rex at the dinosphere
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Q&A: Children’s Museum CEO Jennifer Pace Robinson

This month, The Children’s Museum’s new chief executive debuts a massive renovation of the institution’s Dinosphere exhibit.

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Q&A With Hotelier Robin Staten

This summer, Robin Staten will open Tiny Urban Escapes, a hotel made from shipping containers in Haughville.

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Jim Irsay Is On The Road Again

Irsay’s massive and still-growing collection went on a nine-city, two-continent touring exhibition looking for a “public-private partnership” in establishing a home for his items.

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Q&A With Indy Chamber Deputy Director Susanna Taft

The city’s go-to person for keeping businesses afloat during the pandemic.

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Q&A With The Entrepreneurs Set To Operate A Food Desert Oasis

Michael McFarland and Markus Williams are building a grocery store in a food desert on Indy’s northeast side.

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Outside The Box

All along I-65, fulfillment centers have begun to reshape the outskirts of places such as Franklin, Whiteland, Greenwood, and Lebanon.

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Homefield Apparel, Big Brand On Campus

The local maker of retro college athleticwear has turned a knack for social media into a license to print money.

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How Sweetwater Beat The Pandemic Odds

For the Fort Wayne musical instrument behemoth Sweetwater, the past year-plus’ outlook has been surprisingly upbeat.

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Shawn Michael Warren On His Major Taylor Mural

The Chicago-based artist will debut his massive tribute to cycling champion Major Taylor at 11 S. Meridian St. this month.

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Ten Post-Pandemic Must-Visits In Broad Ripple

The city’s most legendary strip, minus the hangover.