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Amanda Heckert introduces our February issue and shares her personal checklist of must-do's in Indianapolis.
COVER STORY: The New Indy Must-Do ListSo you’ve climbed the Monument, munched on corn at the Indiana State Fair, had your mouth set afire by a certain shrimp-cocktail sauce. But what are the modern-day rites of passage? We have answers.
Plus: The hot happenings everyone’s flocking to, a Hoosier-pride shopping spree, local eats foodies can’t live without, and more.
» WEB EXTRA: Must-SnapsOur New Indy Must-Do List boasts a bevy of great experiences. Now, tag your social-media shots #IndyMustDo—or share them on our site—and we'll give away prizes to our three favorites!
ARTS: No Love LostRobert Indiana’s fondness for places is evident in the retrospective of his prints opening at the IMA this month. Is Indy one of them? Like his work, that’s complicated.
PROFILE: 50 Shades of GreenWhat happens when romance fans read Lexi Ryan’s bestselling novels? Sparks fly, the money rolls in, and traditional publishers quake. Here’s how the Hoosier writer keeps them panting for more. discussions.
THE BEAT: For Better or WorseOne influential backer of the state’s proposed constitutional gay-marriage ban has been quiet lately. But that doesn’t mean Micah Clark has changed his mind.
FRONT & CENTER: Keep It RioBrazilian artist Artur Silva hosts the hottest carnaval in town.
ASK ME ANYTHING: Kevin BurkeThe caveman comedian's relationship advice to women: Sit quietly.
REALTY CHECK: $1.3 Million in Crows NestA greenhouse, legendary gardens, and the ideal New England-style estate.
AT HOME: My Dinosaur MuseumNamed after Indiana Jones, a business mogul's son does the fictional archaeologist proud.
DECOR: Moving on UpInhabit will open its debut showroom in Irvington this spring. Here's a look at the brand's impressive evolution.
TRAVELER: Idyll WorshipKentucky's charming Shaker village makes a warm winter retreat.
WANTED: Embellished HeelsA fine way to put yourself on pedestals.
EVERYWHERE WE LOOK: Fox NewsCute creature caricatures—how clever!
MY LOOK: Elisa Gudsteinsdottir's Infinity ScarfThis Icelandic designer knows how to stay warm.
SHOPTALK: Man of SteelThe furniture at Adam Graef's Rogue Decor bears a whiff of shop-class cool.
MORE! THE THREAD» See The Thread, our shopping and style e-newsletter.» Get it delivered to you each month.
CULTURE Q&A: Lee SmithThe Winterfest organizer hosting thousands of hopheads at the State Fairgrounds.
CULTURE CALENDAR: Motown & MagnoliasThese events will make February even sweeter.
MORE! THE TICKET» See The Ticket, our arts and culture e-newsletter.» Get it delivered to you near the top of each month.
REVIEW: Eat + DrinkThe Taste Cafe spinoff reimagines cocktail swank with a fussy drink list, spruced-up tavern fare, and a refined under-the-bridge feel.
FOODIE: Ed Sahm of Rockstone PizzeriaThe successful restaurateur adds a new topping to this long-standing reputation.
VIDEO RECIPE: Piece of CakeWyliepalooza's Ice Cream Emporium imparts to us yet another indulgent sweet.
FLAVOR OF THE MONTH: Perfect PairingsIn (and out of) the kitchen with eight foodie couples heating up the local dining scene.
REVISIT: AmbrosiaThe Italian mainstay moves south and tweaks the menu.
TOP FIVE: Soul-Food RestaurantsFinger-lickin' good.
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: All the RageWe have nothing to gripe about except the gripers themselves. by Philip Gulley
THE HOOSIERIST: The Big Cover-UpSam Stall on manholes, historical markers, and dino bones.
DEBORAH PAUL: Feline BlueFor the first time in my 60-plus years, there is no pet to greet me at the door and warm my lap.
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