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Peace Walk Yoga: Meet Jeremiah from Body Space Yoga

Name: Jeremiah Elliott, Jr. Studio where you teach: BodySpace Yoga & Wellness Type of Yoga you teach: Vinyasa Flow Number of years teaching: 1 Favorite yoga pose: Triangle Other occupation: Operations Supervisor If I had unlimited time I would… pursue a PhD in Organization Psychology, focusing on the benefits yoga and meditation bring to the business world. Be sure to […]

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Peace Walk Yoga: Meet Brittany from Practice Indie

Name: Brittany Davis Studio where you teach:  Practice Indie Types of yoga classes you teach: Vinyasa Number of years teaching: 4 Favorite yoga pose: Half Moon Other occupation: Serial job collector – I dabble a lot! If I had unlimited time I would… Read every single book in Central Library! Be sure to sign up […]

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Gen Con Costume Contest

This weekend, the most Gen Con-ny of all Gen Con-ners will have a chance to dazzle Indy with their detailed costumes while also competing for a shot at free bike share! Starting on Thursday, August 18th, Pacers Bikeshare will be hosting a series of 3 Gen Con wide costume contests on Instagram. Here’s how it works: Take a […]

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Welcome Gen Con 50!

This week, downtown will be bustling with an enormous amount of people ready to enjoy the 50th annual Gen Con convention(more than 61,000!)! While participants get ready to enjoy a week full of amazing exhibits, we’re getting ready for what we think will be one of the busiest weekends of the year for Pacers Bikeshare!Other […]

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Talk of the Trail: The Best Chocolate in Town

There are hundreds of businesses along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail that have helped transform our downtown, including The Best Chocolate in Town, a gourmet chocolate shop that has been satisfying Indy’s sweet tooth since 1998. Caramels, cookies, truffles, and pies are among some of the most coveted options on the menu. And even sweeter than […]

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Real Trail Talk: the Levine Family

  Who are you? Levine Family (Steph, Elliot, Sophia, Ben…and Rosie (the dog)) How do you use the Trail?   Most evenings, we are either riding our bicycles or walking the trail with our dog. How is your life different having the Cultural Trail downtown?  We see the Cultural Trail as an extension of our neighborhood […]

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Along the Trail: Indy Reads

There are hundreds of businesses along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail that have helped transform our downtown, including Indy Reads Books, one of the few bookstores located within the downtown Indianapolis area. Beyond the initial warm feelings that bookstores evoke, Indy Reads Books goes even further, instilling a sense of solidarity within the community as a […]

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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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