Indianapolis Business Journal

JULY 27-AUGUST 2, 2015

The annual Gen Con convention in Indianapolis has become a powerhouse in the growing $880 million international hobby game business. Lou Harry takes you behind the scenes. Also in this week’s issue, Anthony Schoettle examines how area golf courses are dealing with persistent rains and flooding. And in A&E Etc., Mike Lopresti visits Victory Field to meet an all-star groundskeeper annually voted as the best in the business.

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WHITE: An important gate is still locked

The Indianapolis Museum of Art recently locked its beautiful and symbolic pedestrian/cycling gate at 42nd Street and Michigan Road in April to better secure the campus and sell more memberships. Unfortunately, the locked gate prohibits cyclists and pedestrians from entering the campus safely across 42nd Street.

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