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For Sale: Downtown’s Most Spectacular View

The only thing that can compete with this house’s dominant feature is Lucas Oil Stadium’s retractable window.

For Sale 5601 NCentral entry

For Sale: A Midcentury House Where You Least Expect It

In a neighborhood of head-turning Tudors and cottages, this limestone property with original midcentury-modern features also deserves a serious look.


Realty Check: Going Dutch in Herron-Morton

After a year’s worth of renovations, the polished residence now resembles an old-meets-fresh spread that will appeal to fans of Inhabit’s clean, modern style who also appreciate rich woodwork and historic character.

The Traveler

Columbus Museum of Art

Traveler: Columbus Earns National Buzz for Art Scene

Ohio’s capital was already getting serious national buzz for its creative appeal when the Columbus Museum of Art completed a major expansion last year.

Yellowwood State Forest

One of Brown County’s Prettiest Fall Drives to Get Less Bumpy

Next to the scenery, the ruts, bumps, and potholes are what a lot of folks like about the drive—it feels like quintessential Brown County. By this time next year, though, the ride should be smoother.

T.C. Steele State Historic Site

Full Flower: An Artist’s Historic Brown County Gardens Bloom Again

A trained artist steeped in Impressionism’s celebration of plein air painting and vivid colors, Selma Steele brought a designer’s sensibility to the landscaping and planting of hillsides and meadows on the property.

The Dish

The Leslie Knope waffle doughnut at Rocket 88

The Feed: Rocket 88 Doughnuts Closes, Devour Indy, and More

Rocket 88 Doughnuts closes, Rooster’s Kitchen opens and David Tallent hosts a Restaurant Tallent Redux.

Hominy Soup

Swoon List: Pizzology, La Gloria, and More

The perfect end-of-summer thirst quencher, plus four dishes we can’t get enough of.


Cold Case: Brown County’s Ice Cream

From a two-decade old counter to a Bloomington favorite opening a satellite shop, we’ve got the scoop on Brown County’s ice cream scene.

Arts and Culture


Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Film in Indy

Episode 5 of the Talking IN Circles podcast from Indianapolis Monthly features a conversation with Heartland Film Festival’s Greg Sorvig. Heartland is celebrating its 25th year with a record number of films and entries. We chat Hoosier filmmaking, Star Wars, and celebrity sightings with the Director of Programming and Marketing.

HOLLYWOOD, CA - OCTOBER 05:  Co-creator/executive producer/writer/director Ryan Murphy attends FX's "American Horror Story: Freak Show" premiere screening at TCL Chinese Theatre on October 5, 2014 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Hoosier Halloween: Spooky Shows and Films with Indy Connections

“I couldn’t get past episode three or four. Too scary.”


Sneak Peek: The Rocky Horror Show on Stage

A stage version of Rocky Horror? We’re shivering with antici …

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