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.
The silken, super creamy “Cuban” creme brulee at Sabbatical (921 Broad Ripple Ave., 317-253-5252), with a hint of espresso and a crisp sugar crust. The vegan Tofu Wrap from the deli at Pogue’s Run Grocer (2828 E. 10th St., 317-426-4963), with cRead more
September 19, 2014 Seth Johnson