Nestled within a wide, lazy bend in Indianapolis' White River, the neighborhood of Broad Ripple Village looks like the perfect spot for a natural food store. Amid the area's eclectic blend of local bars and restaurants, art galleries and funky independent shops, students from Butler University mingle with baby-boomer locals and the joggers and cyclists enjoying the nearby Monon Trail. It's an intersection, if you will, for the various demographic groups that have been embracing health and ...
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