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Amanda Heckert introduces our March issue and ponders the nature of belief—belief in UFOs, that is.
COVER STORY: Let's Get Down to BusinessIndianapolis happens to be one of the best places in the country to hang your shingle. We gathered some of the city’s most inspiring entrepreneurs—Jeb Banner, Angie Hicks, Ed Rudisell, and more—to show you how it’s done in six easy steps. Come on in: We’re open.
Plus 24 Hours in the Life of an Entrepreneur, Indie Bike's Matty Bennett
SIDEBAR: Open Secrets to Becoming the BossMore locals share their stories about starting well—and avoiding early missteps—whether it's a franchise or food truck, a bar or boutique, a restaurant or tech company.
ODDITIES: AlienatedIn 2009, a strange phenomenon outside of Brownsburg made two brothers celebrities in the realm of UFOlogy. But as Matt and Thom Reed can tell you, it isn't easy to believe.
» EXTRA: The 10 Weirdest UFO Cases in Indiana History From abductions and saucers to Air Force investigations and Congressional hearings, Hoosiers have claimed their share of run-ins with the unknown.
CELEB: Sasheer Zamata, You're Hired!Checking the references of Sasheer Zamata—funnygirl, Indy native, and new Saturday Night Live cast addition.
» VIDEO: Sheer Talent Watch our roundup of Zamata's funniest moments to date.
POLITICS: Schmooze It or Lose ItIndiana lobbyists know how to grease the gears of democracy. An inside look at how much—and, sometimes, how little—they lavish on our lawmakers.
THE BEAT: Exact Change NeededAn argument for expanding our public-transit system from a seldom-heard voice: the rider’s.
FRONT & CENTER: King GeorgeCan Pacer Paul George cross over from All-Star to celebrity?
» PHOTOS: PG, Rated A gallery of George's greatest looks on and off the court.
ASK ME ANYTHING: Scott JonesThe serial entrepreneur talks Twitter and marital troubles.
REALTY CHECK: $1.5 Million in WilliamshireImported light fixtures, a picturesque limestone staircase, and the ideal Zen room.
AT HOME: My Man CaveConner Prairie's resident Civil War expert boasts the collectibles to prove it.
STREET SAVVY: East 10th StreetFueled by Super Bowl XLVI Investment, the near-east side's cool main drag has come alive.
TRAVELER: Draft PickNow brewing in Milwaukee: a cool hotel for beer geeks.
WANTED: Sling ChairThe best seat in the house.
EVERYWHERE WE LOOK: Violet OutburstWhy we're in a purple haze this month.
MY LOOK: Sean Buckner's Tartan JacketTrendsetting comes naturally for this personal stylist and fashion blogger.
SHOPTALK: Good NewsA young couple brings obscure publications back to SoBro with Printtext.
MORE! THE THREAD» See The Thread, our shopping and style e-newsletter.» Get it delivered to you each month.
CULTURE COUNTER: A Real MarvelAn IU grad’s epic Spider-Man collection debuts.
CULTURE Q&A: Cheryl StrayedThe New York Times bestselling author of Wild visits Clowes Hall.
CULTURE CALENDAR: Wine, Weir, and WildOur favorite events springing up this month.
MORE! THE TICKET» See The Ticket, our arts and culture e-newsletter.» Get it delivered to you near the top of each month.
REVIEW: 317 BurgerA high-class honkytonk that grinds its own steak, loads it up with fanciful toppings, and serves duck-fat fries on the side.
FOODIE: Jockamo's Mick McGrathWith an addition to his Irvington restaurant, the restaurateur goes after a bigger slice.
VIDEO RECIPE: Slush FunA dangerously delectable cocktail worth sipping this St. Patrick's Day.
FLAVOR OF THE MONTH: Munch MadnessJust as important as your bracket choices? The spread you put out for the big game.
NEW IN TOWN: Taste of HavanaCuban sammies, pork wings, pastelitos, and more.
SWOONED: Corned Beef at ApezzaBrined long and stacked thick.
THE DISHBecause food and drink news is a dish best served bold. » Read The Dish blog.» Get it delivered fresh to you each week.
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BACK HOME AGAIN: Grave ExpectationsWe’re born free, and this country should let us die that way. by Philip Gulley
THE HOOSIERIST: For Guinness's SakeSam Stall on repetitive town names, uncollected lottery winnings, and Irish bars.
DEBORAH PAUL: Stop the Press!My petty complaints about the local paper and the media in general.
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