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Amanda Heckert introduces our April issue and recounts her own foray into at-home canning.
COVER STORY: Little Homestead in the CityWant to raise a chicken (or a goat)? Make your own pickles and preserves? Knit a masterpiece? Then slip on your gardening gloves, and let’s get dirty—with the ultimate guide to mastering the homespun, do-it-yourself life.
Plus A quintet of helpful, buzzworthy bee clubs; goods for your green thumb; a farmer chat; and a roundup of U-pick produce.
» WEB EXCLUSIVE: More Urban Pioneering Coming soon: A video feature chock-full of DIY tips and ideas from an expert.
PHOTO ESSAY: Tunnel VisionBelow Indianapolis, miners from near and far are drilling the largest public-works project in city history into existence.
CRIME: In the Line of FireThe Ten Point Coalition aims to reduce gun violence and black-on-black crime in the city’s urban core, yet it is the group and its leader, Rev. Charles Harrison, who find themselves under attack.
THE BEAT: Short of the GoalAs the Indy Eleven take the field this month, a tragedy on the sidelines remains unsolved.
FRONT & CENTER: Trail BlazerA marathon diehard goes for medal number 166.
ASK ME ANYTHING: Lesley WestThis Pacer wife loves proms.
SCIENCE: Ruff DataA Purdue prof looks at aging through the world's only study of old Rottweilers.
REALTY CHECK: $700K on East 86th StreetAn expansive floor plan, wooded views, and the ultimate attached studio.
AT HOME: Debby Knox's Living RoomThe former WISH-TV golden girl won't rest on her laurels—but she's happy to display them.
STREET SAVVY: 49th & CollegeOriginal concepts in food and shopping thrive in the middle of SoBro.
TRAVELER: Bank on ItDuring Thunder Over Louisville Weekend, Indiana's river towns really steal Kentucky's—well, you know.
WANTED: Butterfly JewelryWhich earrings to wear? Just wing it.
EVERYWHERE WE LOOK: Glam MetallicsFinding bling in surprising places.
MY LOOK: Ashten Houpt's Felt FedoraA nice fit with the in-demand flask designer's shaved sides.
SHOPTALK: The RescuersDon't mind the dust at offbeat picker's paradise Society of Salvage.
» EXTRA: Midwest Fashion Week! The style showcase just came to town to strut its stuff, and IM was there to capture vibrant photo features on the hottest trends and looks coming down the runway.
MORE! THE THREAD» See The Thread, our shopping and style e-newsletter.» Get it delivered to you each month.
CULTURE COUNTER: Tanjerine Is Ripe for ExpansionFrom the founder of Oranje, a new event with a similar flavor.
CULTURE Q&A: Meow MeowThe cabaret star gives a naughty little peek ahead of her Columbia Club show.
CULTURE CALENDAR: Soccer, Stutz, and SeductionA guide to the best events springing up this month.
» WEB Q&A: Poet Richard BlancoBarack Obama's 2012 inaugural poet will read in Indy on April 17. First, he opened up to IM about his work, family, and more.
MORE! THE TICKET» See The Ticket, our arts and culture e-newsletter.» Get it delivered to you near the top of each month.
REVIEW: 10 WestShowcasing classy casual with imagination and culinary chops, the Cicero restaurant is a new Hamilton County gem.
FOODIE: Tini's Brad KimeAn expanded cocktail lounge caters to a new generation that wants its MTV.
VIDEO RECIPE: Take a CrackEggshell Bistro divulges a sophisticated recipe for dressed-up tea eggs.
ROAD TRIP: Blackberry FarmEpicurian nirvana at a Tennessee country resort.
REVISIT: The Gathering Bistro and PubIM says ahoy! to the lastest arrival at this frequent-name-changing Geist location.
TOP FIVE: Coffee RoastersGood to the last drop!
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: Executive DecisionCorporations enjoy such privilege, I think I’ll become one. by Philip Gulley
THE HOOSIERIST: Chugging AlongSam Stall on boho neighborhoods, an artless trail, and a bar on wheels.
DEBORAH PAUL: Modern FamilyThe unconventional couple I know is doing marriage right.
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