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Trailblazing Season: Officially Open 

Today is the official grand opening of the $600 million, twelve-year project we all know and love as the Cultural Trail. Connecting all the cultural districts of downtown, this trail is an award-winning project that has been catching national attention and been touted as the best thing since sliced bread. (slight paraphrase there)And today, for the grand opening, there is a jam-packed schedule of events all along this eight-mile path. If you aren't on it today, you really should be.

In light of this grand opening, NUVO has interviewed the visionary for the Cultural Trail. Read the full article here.

President and CEO of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, Brian Payne originally thought up the Cultural Trail while riding his bike on the Monon with his 2-year-old son, who is now almost 15. - NUVO
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  • President and CEO of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, Brian Payne originally thought up the Cultural Trail while riding his bike on the Monon with his 2-year-old son, who is now almost 15.
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