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Indianapolis Monthly Magazine | 9/2020 Cover

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  • Publisher: Emmis Publishing
  • Customer Service Number: (888) 403-9005
  • Universal Magazine Code (UMC): 9044
  • Program ID (PID): 639
  • Program Sales Rank: 268
  • Website: Indianapolis Monthly

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devoted subscriber - By Mr. Northern Indiana


Because Indy is my favorite place on earth, naturally I love this magazine. Although some issues are more appealing to me than others, I always anxiously await my next issue in the mail. I would love to meet Deborah Paul and anyone else affiliated with Indianapolis Monthly in person. My dream is to come to Indy and be offered a tour of the magazine. I expecially enjoy your reviews of new restaurants in town as well as the oldies like St. Elmo's or Palamino's. Although I am sure it is a great source of revenue to the magazine, I would like to see more emphasis on apartments available and not so much on beautiful new houses. Keep up the good work! How about an article or series of articles on exactly how the magazine is produced from the first idea for the next month to the actual finished product? Food for thought, right?