Indianapolis Monthly

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Indianapolis Monthly is the Circle City’s essential chronicle and guide, an indispensable authority on what’s new and what’s news. Through coverage of politics, crime, dining, style, business, sports, and arts and entertainment, each issue offers compelling narrative stories and lively, urbane coverage of Indy’s cultural landscape.

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Loud and Clear
Paul Klipsch (American audio equipment executive.), Loudspeakers (Design)
The Evolution of Man(ning)
Peyton Manning; 1976-., National Football League, Football, Professional (History, Humor, satire, etc)
It's Not Easy Being Dean
Brian Burke (American actor and winner of James Dean look-alike contest) (Interviews), James Dean (American actor.); 1931-1955, Impersonation (Competitions)
Do the Joe
South Bend (Ind.) (Description and travel)
What It's Like Having a Heart Attack
Barry Crone (Health), Heart attack
What It's Like Taking Cialis
Cialis (Drug), Self experimentation in medicine
What It's Like Surviving Breast Cancer
John Vinson, Breast (Cancer, Therapy)
What It's Like Loving the WNBA.
Will Allison, Women's National Basketball Association, Indiana Fever (Basketball team), Basketball fans
O Man!
Men (Psychology, Social conditions), Indianapolis (Ind.) (Social life and customs)
A Guy's Guide to the Good Life
Men (Psychology, Social conditions), Indianapolis (Ind.) (Social life and customs)

What It's Like Being Really Hairy
Doug Henry, Body hair
What It's Like Winning the Game
Keith Smart; 1964-., Basketball, College (Tournaments)
What It's Like Going to War
Charles A. Hannel (III, American soldier.), Iraq War, 2003- (Personal narratives)
What It's Like Crashing at 220 Mph
Dan Wheldon; 1978-., Automobile racing (Accidents and injuries, Psychological aspects)
Favorite Sons
Ernie Pyle (American journalist.); 1900-1945, John Mellencamp (American singer and songwriter.), Eugene Victor Debs (American socialist leader.); 1855-1926, Eli Lilly (American drug company founder.); 1838-1898, Tony Hulman (American automobile race track owner.); 1901-1977, Little Turtle (Miami Chief); 1747?-1812, Birch Bayh (American senator and governor.); 1928-, Ryan White (American AIDS activist.), David Letterman (American comedian and television talk show host.), John Dillinger (American criminal.); 1903-1934, Larry Bird (American basketball player and coach.), James Dean (American actor.); 1931-1955, Cole Porter (American composer and lyricist.); 1891-1964, John R. Wooden (American basketball coach.), Benjamin Harrison (American president.); 1833-1901, Major Taylor (American cyclist.); 1878-1932, Oscar Robertson (American basketball player.); 1938-, Alfred Charles Kinsey (American zoologist and sex researcher.); 1894-1956, Kurt Vonnegut (American novelist and short story writer.); 1922-2007, Hoagy Carmichael (American songwriter.); 1899-1982, Knute Rockne (American football coach.); 1888-1931, Robert Indiana (American painter and sculptor.); 1928-, Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Men (Social conditions), Indianapolis (Ind.) (Social life and customs)
High Steaks
Steakhouses (Rating), Indianapolis (Ind.) (Restaurants)
A Few Good Men
Marco (Interviews), Steve Campbell (Interviews), Kurt Jones; 1961- (Interviews), Levi Jones (Interviews), Aron McGuire (Interviews), Brad Cohen; 1966- (Interviews), Joel Lim (Interviews), Scott DeVries (Interviews), Tomas Scheckter; 1980- (Interviews), Adam Crockett (Interviews), Single men (Attitudes), Indianapolis (Ind.) (Social life and customs)

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