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See Amanda Heckert's thoughts here on this autumnal issue and on the appreciation that great authors hailing from Indianapolis do (or don't) get here in their hometown.
In our October issue, we excerpt eight letters total from the new tome, Kurt Vonnegut: Letters. Here are two of those missives, one to Dan Wakefield (who edits and introduces the new collection) and another to Emily Glossbrenner, Vonnegut's cousin.
Small towns with one stoplight. Tiny diners with homemade pie. Little shops with mechanical cash registers. Narrow lanes past hidden farms and trails. And antiques—lots and lots of antiques. Check out these five fall drives.
All of IM’s very best Brown County coverage, updated and compiled online for the first time ever.
Charles in Charge: He likes cats. Writes books. Collects flatware. Meet the IMA's new chief. Plus, we ask where he hung out in Louisville and suggest some replacements.
On Oct. 24, the bestselling author opens the Ann Katz Festival of Books and Arts with a talk on her latest novel.
Do the math and see how two women merged their talents to premiere a new local fashion glossy.
A new amphitheater opens, offering the latest reason to visit the heart of this 'burb.
The declining town of Medora inspires a documentary. Will it be the place's last shot?
With a lavish location and a high-ranking chef, this eatery joins Bloomington's freshman class.
Mini-chain restaurant operator Scott Wise now thinks fresh and local.
Veteran chef George Muñoz sets the bar for flavor.
Every October, yards and forests around Indianapolis grow dense with thousands of these walnuts. But don't mistake them for a nuisance. They're culinary gems.
It's the flavor of the month. Those bright–orange banks of jack-be-little pumpkins spotted at farmers markets can be much more than teeny decorations.
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The power of the pencil, and other lessons from a blackout.by Philip Gulley
Fake tenderloins, casket kings, and yellow basketballs. Ask the Hoosierist.by Sam Stall
Women have spent too many years setting a lofty example to return to a petty view of adulthood.
We found honest-to-God Americana on these five fall drives. Plus, our brand-new Best of Brown County archives, with all the warmest and tastiest offerings from Nashville and the surrounding area. Also: Exclusive excerpts from the new collection of Kurt Vonnegut's letters.
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