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Kan-Kan Cinema and Brasserie Steals the Show

After a series of delays, including a global pandemic, chef Abbi Merriss did not stray far from her original European-inspired concept.

Chef Micah Frank Returns to Indy

Micah Frank discusses the rigors of a chef’s life at mid-career and what can his fans expect now that he’s back in town.

An American Bistro in Bargersville

A classically trained chef rooted in French cooking principles is behind the menu at Our Table American Bistro.
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Illustration by Kyle Scott
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John Mellencamp Ain’t Even Done

As John Mellencamp turns 70, the Indiana icon reflects on a career that has transcended his "Pop Singer" beginnings and now represents what rock and roll was supposed to be all about: doing whatever he wants.

Half Baked: How A Would-Be Cannabis Empire Went Up In Smoke

Rebecca Raffle came to Indianapolis from Los Angeles with a story about building a cannabis empire. It was too good to be true.

What Are You Wearing — And Why Isn’t It Made In Indy?

For a decade, Pattern has built up a fashion industry in Indianapolis. So where are the clothes?

Scott Jones Got Rich Inventing The Next Big Thing. Can He Reinvent Himself?

Indy’s most prolific, flamboyant entrepreneur says he's burned through his fortune of more than $400 million amid lavish spending, a high-profile business failure, and a nasty divorce.
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Outside The Box

All along I-65, fulfillment centers have begun to reshape the outskirts of places such as Franklin, Whiteland, Greenwood, and Lebanon.

Sound Check, Please

I've lost my appetite for loud music and television in restaurants.

Growing Concern

If you think development is bad, consider the alternative: shuttered storefronts, weed-choked sidewalks, and failing schools.
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A profile of former Colts coach Jim Mora
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Jim Mora’s “Playoffs?!” Rant At 20

Former Colts coach Jim Mora’s infamous press conference has been funny for two decades, but few know the backstory of that moment and how it changed the team forever.
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Game 11: Colts-Bills, Jonathan Taylor Superstar Edition

Behind a record-setting day from Taylor and the offensive line, the Colts punish the Bills.
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Thomas DeCarlo’s Little Pixar

Indiana isn’t a hub for traditional film production, let alone animation. But a tiny Bloomington studio is trying to flip the script.
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The People’s House of Fall Creek Place

Late congresswoman Julia Carson’s former home comes with a special security feature.

A Historic Parisian Mansion In Indiana Looks For Its Next Owners

The Monroe County maison might have a true French pedigree, not just a look.

10 Merchants To Hit At The Junior League Holiday Mart

If you hear a frightening rumble this week, it’s just the stampede for Dave’s Coffee Cakes when the Junior League of Indianapolis Holiday Mart returns to the Indiana State Fairgrounds after last year’s hiatus.
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Best Of Indy 2020

The last word on the year we'd all like to forget.
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Best Of Indy 2020: Arts And Culture

The year's best art, music, and more.
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Best Of Indy 2020: Shopping And Home

Everything from handbags to bonsai trees.
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Best Of Indy 2020: Food And Drink

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