One summer, George Srour's internship took him to Uganda. Now he leads a globally focused nonprofit organization and has Bill Clinton's attention.
Here, dry-rubbed ribs—of both the St. Louis spare and Memphis baby-back varieties—glide off the bone in big, porky mouthfuls.
The exhibit includes a picture of women playing baseball in the 1890s, five decades before the movie characters portrayed by Geena Davis and Madonna had a “League Of Their Own” during World War II.
“Nicknamed the 'hammock chair,' its sinuous curve and economic use of steel make this furniture piece a minimalist’s dream," says Tom Vriesman.
We’re already well into this droll, sporty, and yet downright painful 2013—St. Elmo and soccer and Lance, oh my—and so here, without further ado and based on pageviews, are the top 12 stories of 2012 at IndianapolisMonthly.com as determined by you, our readers:Read more