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Fill Your Cup At Brown Skin Coffee

A brick-and-mortar version of owner Shana Tate's Covid-times mobile coffee service, Brown Skin Coffee specializes in single-origin coffees.

The Feed: The Locale, Ukrainian Day Festival, And More

Brownsburg welcomes new dining option The Locale.

Five Places To Take A Foodie Father Figure

Whether Dad is a chef de cuisine or just likes to eat, we've got the gifts that go straight to Pop's gut (and into his heart).
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Twin Suicide: A Tragic Symmetry

Like many twins, Will and Joe Lawrance shared a deep connection that manifested itself in their love of art and their longing to be close to one another. They also both died by suicide, a fate their parents now see signs of in some of their work.

Why Indiana’s GOP Can’t Be Trumped

If the Trump-era Republican Party experienced a public, messy identity crisis, somebody forgot to tell its Indiana chapter. Like it or not, they’re remarkably unified—and set up to continue an unprecedented electoral winning streak.

Why Kat Von D Moved To Indiana’s Weirdest Town

When celebrity tattoo artist Kat Von D bought a mansion in Vevay last year, some were surprised the L.A. counterculture queen would settle down in rural Indiana. But the weird southeastern Indiana town was wonderfully so, long before her arrival.

The Pursuits Of Liberty

The tragic death of an idealistic academic has brought to light an existential struggle within the halls of one of the country’s most powerful education foundations, the Liberty Fund.
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Sea Change

Global warming is real, but maybe Florida’s loss will be our gain.

Photos From The Indy Juneteenth Celebration

We were on location to capture the moments from the fifth annual Indy Juneteenth Celebration.

40 Fabulous Photos From The Indy Pride Parade

On June 11, Indy Pride returned with its first in-person festival in two years.
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The Pacers Wish On A Star

The Pacers enter the most important offseason of their modern history with something they haven’t had in over 30 years—a top-level draft pick. But, as exciting as that prospect is for fans, turning that selection into a star player won’t be easy.
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2022 NBA Draft: The Pacers’ Chance To Rebound

The Pacers stunk this past year, but now begin one of the most important offseasons in franchise history later this month at the 2022 NBA Draft.
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A Farmers Market Giving Women Their Faire-Share

A new farmers market downtown hopes to create a bigger tent for women-owned businesses.
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A Gothic Tudor In Forest Hills Sparks Pride And Joy

An artist’s eye for color, composition, and selective thrifting enlivens a traditional Midtown Tudor.

Hot Tips For Summer Beauty From Local Pros

Three beauty experts spill the secrets to putting your best foot—and face and hair—forward throughout the steamy season.

Spirited Away To Columbus, Ohio

Ohio’s capital city lures visitors with a buzzy homegrown-distillery scene.
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Best Of Indy 2021: Arts And Culture

The year's best in music, literature, and theater.
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Best Of Indy 2021: Health And Beauty

The year's best in physical and mental self-care.
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Best Of Indy 2021: Food And Drink

The year's best bites and beverages.
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Best Of Indy 2021: Shopping And Style

Everything from skateboards to bolo ties.
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