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Realty Check: Sand Castle

This upscale new build in downtown’s St. Joseph neighborhood has the verticality of the area’s signature rowhouses. But the inspiration hails from much farther away: Rosemary Beach, Florida. Both Brad Litz, one of the developers, and Alex White, the architect, vacation in the neo-urban village on the Panhandle and love the predominant aesthetic, a crisp […]

McCordsville

Realty Check: Want Your Own Park In McCordsville?

A water fountain reminiscent of Mexico’s Chichen Itza pyramid greets you at a roundabout.

Elevator

Real Estate Trend: The Ups And Downs Of Elevator Ownership

Now, they’re more self-contained and much easier to install.

The Traveler

Big Shots: Preview Of Bourbon & Beyond

America’s only native spirit seems to be in everyone’s cocktail glass these days. To celebrate all things bourbon, the inaugural Bourbon & Beyond festival launches in Kentucky this weekend, boasting an ambitious lineup of music, food, and whiskey. Presented by veteran music-festival producer Danny Wimmer, the two-day event takes over Champions Park just east of […]

Travel Savvy To Paris

Whether you’ve been to Paris already or want to seem like you have on your first trip, you could use some savvier picks for places to stay, eat, shop, and visit. The Hotel Not: A chain near the Opera House Instead: Hotel L’Antoine in the Bastille Christian Lacroix designed the interiors at this boutique hotel. […]

Stay In Your Own Outdoor Bubble In Iceland

Designed for viewing the Aurora Borealis, this site with translucent tents is nicknamed a “5 million star hotel.”

The Dish

Big Shots: Preview Of Bourbon & Beyond

America’s only native spirit seems to be in everyone’s cocktail glass these days. To celebrate all things bourbon, the inaugural Bourbon & Beyond festival launches in Kentucky this weekend, boasting an ambitious lineup of music, food, and whiskey. Presented by veteran music-festival producer Danny Wimmer, the two-day event takes over Champions Park just east of […]

Review: Stella

When Neal Brown introduced Stella, the dreamy Mediterranean bistro that replaced his Mass Ave Pizzology in June, the announcement seemed like the tiniest plot twist in a crazy story arc of local restaurant news. In the months before and since, Indy’s dinner plans were ravaged by a string of closings. The dozens of casualties included […]

Foodie: Bearing Fruits At Broccoli Bill’s

Bill Weghorst glances around the Noblesville market he’s run for 23 years, Broccoli Bill’s. Pointing out the on-site businesses he recruited into the building in the last year—Caplinger’s Fresh Catch & Cuts, Natural Born Juicers, and Rene’s Bakery—he doesn’t mince words. “I like people that give a shit, that are here every day,” he says. […]

Arts and Culture

Alice Guerin, Tattoo Artist

“It’s like getting a massage or taking yourself out to eat. It’s a treat. Some people even like the pain.”

A Hoosier Writes The Definitive Account Of The 2016 Election

“I thought it was going to be Hillary Clinton versus Jeb Bush,” the author says. “It looked like it was going to be a boring election.”

Exhibit Columbus: An Expert’s Review

The temporary installations that you’ll find scattered around Columbus, Indiana, through November 26 have intimidating company. They occupy hallowed architectural ground, positioned in dialogue with buildings by Eliel and Eero Saarinen, I.M. Pei, Kevin Roche, Gunnar Birkerts, and many other leading voices of 20th-century architecture and design. But it’s the 21st century that is the […]

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