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Amanda Heckert introduces our November issue and bemoans the high cost of health care.
HEALTH: Indy's Top DoctorsThis year's bigger-than-ever list of the city's best physicians, as chosen by their peers, is alive and kicking with medical talent.
9 VITAL SIGNS: Proof that Indianapolis is a great place to be a patient right now.» Innovative Indy Specialists Have Brainy Ideas» In Praise of Indy's Top-Notch Nurses» The Road to Recovery Is Now More Plush» Indy Doctors Think Beyond Our Borders» Timeline: Hoosiers' Hearts Have Come A Long Way» Competitive Indy Hospitals Get Along When Most Important» New School to Produce Badly Needed Doctors» IU's Stem-Cell Research Center Can Rebuild You» How Hoosier Hospital Costs Rank Nationally
LANDMARK: Spilling the BeansThe N.K. Hurst Company, celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, dominates a small niche in a big industry. Here’s how the nation’s top-selling bag of branded beans gets from Hurst’s venerable downtown processing plant to stores around the world.
» WEB EXTRA: More Than a Hill of BeansSee vintage N.K. Hurst Company photographs ahead of the company's 75th birthday on Dec. 1.
CONTROVERSY: The Battle for Broad RippleYou may need a drink: Change is coming to the city’s most popular neighborhood.
CELEBRITY: Jared Inc.For 15 years, Zionsville’s Jared Fogle has been a pitchman for Subway, helping it become the world’s largest fast-food chain—and padding his own (appropriately healthy) bottom line.
FRONT & CENTER: Alpha DawgA day in the life of Indiana's top mascot, Butler Blue III.
ASK ME ANYTHING: Dr. Chuck DietzenA good doctor who plays a bad wrestler.
» WEB EXTRA: Pics of the Pediatrician Working the RingSee Dr. Dietzen in action against some of his young "foes."
SCIENCE: Lovely BonesThis room in the State Museum may look macabre, but paleontologists dig it.
STREET SAVVY: Mass AveThrough additions and holiday events, an ever-evolving arts district never loses its cool.
AT HOME: A Musical Sensation's Dorm RoomOne half of the breakout duo Lily & Madeleine blends in at IU.
STYLE: That's a WrapHandmade reindeer-leather bracelets.
EVERYWHERE WE LOOK: Camo PrintsGarments and accessories that really stand out.
» WEB EXTRA: Now You See MeWe found even more camo, so see our full arsenal of this fall trend and tweet using hashtag #IMThread to to talk fashion with us!
SHOPTALK: Agri-CulturedThe urban-farming lifestyle hatches a new boutique, Agrarian Urban Homestead and Supply.
EXPERT ADVICE: Sunflower Wall ClockMakes a room pop. And it tells time.
TRAVELER: A Room of One's OhmSeeking serenity in Chicago spas.
CULTURE COUNTER: Post ScriptA Vonnegut-inspired literary journal writes in a few celebrities.
CULTURE Q&A: Mario VenzagoThe former Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra musical director returns for a Hilbert Circle Theatre performance.
CULTURE CALENDAR: Bela, Books, and BasketballOur picks for the bounciest events in November.
NEW! THE TICKET» See The Ticket, our Arts & Culture newsletter.» Get it delivered to you near the top of each month.
REVIEW: Tick Tock LoungeA reopened dive hits reset with a cleaned-up dining room, craft brews on tap, and one overachieving Bloody Mary.
FOODIE: Kelly EvansThe flight attendant and her Union Baking Company are ready for takeoff.
VIDEO RECIPE: Brussels SproutsA Plum's Upper Room recipe welcomes the tragically misunderstood vegetable to the table on Turkey Day. Plus, go inside the kitchen for a demonstration with Plum's executive chef Jeremiah Clark.
FLAVOR OF THE MONTH: Food InkWhat better way to celebrate the culinary arts than with a tattoo, that ultimate expression of enduring love?
REVISIT: Ciao by VillaggioThe former owner and chef sold of the Noblesville fave sold out, but stayed on in the kitchen to make great Italian eats.
ROAD TRIP: Ghyslain BistroA surprising French eatery in Richmond.
TOP FIVE: Thanksgiving DinnersLoosen your belt buckle before hitting these restaurant feasts.
THE DISHBecause food and drink news is a dish best served bold. » Read The Dish blog.» Get it delivered fresh to you each week.
RESTAURANT GUIDE Welcome to the city's most authoritative dining directory. » Search our online listings. » See upcoming Indy dine and drink events.
BACK HOME AGAIN: Back to the Drawing BoardArchitects failed us, and I have designs on fixing the problem. by Philip Gulley
THE HOOSIERIST: Talking TurkeyArtsgarden fears, airborne mall cops, and a very popular Thanksgiving dinner. Ask the Hoosierist. by Sam Stall
DEBORAH PAUL: Selling OutMy love/hate relationship with Walmart.
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