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Roll a Spare in Fountain Square | Out on the Town

EMMA EDICK | STAFF REPORTER Transport to another era on your next trip to Fountain Square with a game of duckpin bowling. The game was supposedly born in Baltimore, Maryland, in the spring of 1900 at a place called Diamond Alleys. Two members of the original Baltimore Orioles minor league club were owners of the

PostSecret confesses in Fountain Square

Secret feelings of self-doubt flood from the stark-white walls filled with colorful postcards all written to Frank Warren, “the most trusted stranger in America,” as part of his PostSecret exhibit “Confessions on Life, Death, and God.” It is currently being displayed at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA) in downtown’s Fountain Square. Warren’s “confessors”