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In his own words, Scott Jones, inventor of voicemail and the Carmel-based mobile search engine ChaCha, describes the technological horizon. None of the nearly 40 experts who speculate in this issue is as forward-looking as him.
When Martha Hoover founded Cafe Patachou in 1989, she was unaware of the foundation that she was building for her then-3-year-old daughter, Rachael. Now 25, that daughter is cultivating a culinary identity of her own.
Meet the eight great (young) chefs who are already dressing your plates for success. And see for yourself their cooking and eating habits.
Here, a collection of renderings of remarkable edifices soon to grace the city.
A Pulitzer Prize–winning historian recently called it "a classic cartel."
She's the new City-County Council president, and the first woman to ever hold the job.
The former Survivor contestant is running for the Indiana governorship. But the tribe has spoken: See his castmates weigh in.
Fans of Peruvian cuisine, that emerging culinary darling, hit the mother lode at this tiny Fountain Square eatery.
Because food and drink news is a dish best served bold.>> Read The Dish blog
New joints for Middle Eastern and American fare and, of course, the city's most authoritative dining directory. >> Search our online directory
Technology may be marching forward, but I’m keeping my typewriter just the same.By Philip Gulley
Picky garbagemen, a giant missing organ, and our sister cities. Ask The Hoosierist.By Sam Stall
Will men ever elevate a mundane chore into high art?
Yes, our own Deborah Paul jetted to L.A. for her first foray at the Oscars, red carpet and all.
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The Ideas ... Projects ... and People shaping our city.
INCLUDING: Inventor Scott Jones predicts Indy's future, restaurateur Martha Hoover's daughter enters the scene, a glimpse into the NCAA, web-exclusive photos of progressive architecture soon to come to Indianapolis, a Q&A with Maggie Lewis, Mama Irma Restaurant reviewed, and peering into the cooking and eating habits of eight up-and-coming chefs
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