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There are now more than 80 craft breweries in Central Indiana; part of a resurgence that can be traced back to Broad Ripple Brewpub nearly 30 years ago and a tradition going back to the founding of Indianapolis in 1820.

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As lawmakers drag their feet or move backwards on climate change, local leaders from cities around the state gathered to share their accomplishments at the Third Annual Climate Leadership Summit.

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Sen. Joe Donnelly has called for the Senate Judiciary Committee to delay a vote on the SCOTUS confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who has been accused of a drunken assault on a young woman while he was in high school.

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Okay. Maybe we say this every week, but this time we mean it. There's a lot of good music options in Indy this week--no matter your taste. From Alt-Country in Garfield Park, to Punk Rock Karaoke, to an amazing Jazz Fest Block Party, it's time to get your groove on.

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Indy welcomes Blitzen Trapper for the first-ever Holler on the Hill festival this weekend. We caught up with frontman Eric Earley ahead of the band's Saturday performance in Garfield Park.

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There are now more than 80 craft breweries in Central Indiana; part of a resurgence that can be traced back to Broad Ripple Brewpub nearly 30 years ago and a tradition going back to the founding of Indianapolis in 1820.

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Friday in Indianapolis is Car-Free Day--a coordinated effort designed to encourage sustainable transportation in order to reduce air pollution and traffic congestion. Experienced bike commuters will lead “bike trains” all over the city for commuters interested in ditching four wheels for two.

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