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Real Trail Talk: Thom McCorkle

Who are you? Thom McCorkle, live and work downtown Indy How do you use the Trail? Most of my daily commute to/from work is on the Cultural Trail. My wife and I walk the dog to and around the Trail most nice weekends. We take the Trail down to Fountain Square for dinner/entertainment from our house, near Mass […]

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Along the Trail: City Market

Talk of the Trail: Indianapolis City Market There are hundreds of businesses along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail that have helped transform our downtown, including the Indianapolis City Market. Nearly as old as the actual city itself, the City Market, a staple of downtown Indianapolis, has garnered national recognition as a historic destination and hotspot as […]

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Real Trail Talk: Frank Stone, Teen Works

Who are you? My name is Frank Stone III; I am a youth mentor/ life coach by trade. I’ve also worked with Teen Works for the past two summers. How do you use the Trail? I primarily use the Cultural Trail when running errands downtown. I live in the Springdale neighborhood, so hopping onto the trail at […]

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Real Trail Talk – Drew Kincius

Who are you? My name is Drew Kincius, and I would best describe myself as a lifelong advocate of community through personal empowerment. I currently am the general manager at The Bureau, with two coworking facilites in Fletcher Place neighborhood. I am the COO of Elevation Wellness, a wellness coaching business that focuses on whole-foods plant-based nutrition and […]

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Real Trail Talk – Libby Simmons

  Who are you? Libby Simmons, PR Specialist at Pivot Marketing in Fletcher Place and homeowner in downtown Indy. How do you use the Trail? I use the trail every day! Whether its walking to Mass Ave to meet friends or my Sunday bike ride around the city, I use it in some way every day. How […]

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Pacers Bikeshare: 3 years old & New App

On April 20th, Indianapolis Cultural Trail celebrated the third anniversary of the Pacers Bikeshare program including milestones in year three and two new ways to access Pacers Bikeshare.  Year three statistics include 101,704  bike share trips bringing the total to 326,502 trips and almost 750,000 miles travelled on Pacers Bikeshare since the program launched in 2014. […]

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IU Health Presents: Pacers Bikeshare Free Day

Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. announced that there will be free access to Pacers Bikeshare, complements of Indiana University Health, on Saturday, April 22, 2017 in celebration of Pacers Bikeshare’s 3rd Birthday as well as Earth Day. IU Health encourages people to use Pacers Bikeshare on Earth Day as a healthy activity and an easy way to make […]

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First Annual Egg-Stravaganza on the Cultural Trail

Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. will host the Cultural Trail Egg-Stravaganza taking place on Saturday, April 15 at 10:00 a.m.  All are welcome to hunt for more than 5,000 eggs hidden along the 8 mile Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick.  Participants are encouraged to register online for the free event and also stop by one of the […]

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Swedish Artist Bringing New Art to the Cultural Trail

Big news! New art is coming to the Indianapolis Cultural Trail!  “Another Man’s Treasure” by internationally acclaimed sculptor Don B. Alitterer will be unveiled  April 22, 2017. Alitterer is a Switerland based artist and focuses his work on repurposing pieces of trash and litter. “I’m honored to be chosen to create this new art piece,” said […]

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