Cultural Trail Peace Walk first look

June 25, 2009
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Ground will be broken today for another leg of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Also being touted: A $2 million memorial to great humanitarians (including Susan B. Anthony, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Albert Einsten).

Take a look at renderings of the Glick Peace Walk here. (Yes, that one looks like Lincoln trapped in a Lava Lamp to me, too.) IBJ reporter Kathleen McLaughlin provides more details here.

Your thoughts?
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  • I like this idea. I new the trail would have art pieces, but this makes it like a museum as well. When this trail is complete, Indy needs to promote the heck out of it. I think this could be a regional draw, for the younger generation.
  • I agree, Todd. This project has a distinct uniqueness to it. The city should take every opportunity to promote it. Upon completion, perhaps an annual event could be promoted, such as a Cultural Trail Walk that could become an annual fund-raising festival.

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