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Review for Tibbs Drive-in Theatre by Sean
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Great experience! They always have the newest movies and you get to watch 2 movies for similar price to a regular theater. The concessions are also good and the atmosphere ..
Pros: Two movies for one price, summer time they have late movies on Friday and Saturday, digital movies and sound is played through car radio.
Cons: They close during the winter, not the best area in Indy but I have always felt safe in the theater grounds.
Review for Healthy Habits Therapeutic Massage by Jackie
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Weekly massages? Sign me up! Having only had a couple Swedish massages in my past I did not know what to expect. I got the 90 Minute Hot ..
Review for Mucky Duck Pub by Matthew
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this place sucks.
Review for CC's Bows and Beads by Sean
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Definitely a great value. Perfect for women and girls. Make great gifts for Christmas, newborns, baptism, or any occasion.
Pros: Handmade, excellent quality, great prices
Cons: Online only but great customer service!
Review for Monkey's Tale Bar by MARK
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Excellent Karaoke and Band venue. Always have fun and is a wide range of age's in the crowd. Not your typical collage crowd Broad Ripple bar.
Pros: In good weather, the deck out side is where the action is.
Cons: While inside is nice and comfortable and great New Orleans' ambiance, I really love the music on the deck under the stars in good weather.
Review for Landsharks by Anonymous
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Pros: Order a Watermelon Mutherfucker!
Cons: Sometimes it can be slow but the crowd is always amazing!

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Since the mid-19th Century, 'The Canal' passing through the White River State Park of downtown Indianapolis has developed into an outdoor oasis where locals are seen jogging, walking, skating, and bicycling to the ambient sound of waterfalls and fountains that adorn its paths. A small stretch, slightly longer than a mile, known as 'Canal Walk', offers users a fully landscaped mid-city escape that couples modern development with the preserved integrity of historical Downtown. Visitors can stroll across two restored 19th Century pedestrian bridges under antique-style lamps, view modern-day murals, and historic monuments, or perhaps take a peddle-boat or romantic gondola ride to enjoy the vista from the Canal itself. Visit Broad Ripple Village and enjoy a cultural Mecca of art galleries, street cafes, and superb dining, then follow The Canal to many attractions in the city, such as: Holcom Gardens, the Indianapolis Art Museum, the Indiana State Museum, and the NCAA Hall of Champions. Just off the Canal is the home of the Eiteljorg Museum that houses a unique display of both Native American and Western Art. After browsing the education center visitors can relax in the museum's Sky City Cafe and experience exquisite views of the Canal, and the Downtown area. In late November the Canal's paths are adorned with Holiday lights creating a festive glow to compliment the backdrop of the Downtown skyline.

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