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Mochi Joy doughnuts
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Sink Your Teeth Into Mochi Joy

Noblesville's Mochi Joy serves a Hawaiian-inspired take on crispy, chewy doughnuts with a host of Technicolor toppings.

The Market Value Of Field To Fork

A new grocer in downtown Franklin is a microcosm of supply-chain fixes.

The Feed: Osteria, Hy-Vee, And More

No longer just an errand-day lunchtime stopover, Osteria by Fabio Viviani at Carmel's Market District grocery store, opens for dinner dining tomorrow.
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Adrian Matejka grinning
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Adrian Matejka Is No Square Poet

Ten years after Indiana University professor Adrian Matejka’s poems first appeared in Poetry magazine, he takes the helm as the historic publication’s first Black editor. Here, he talks about growing up poor on the east side, his love of Star Trek, and what makes poetry relevant in the internet age.

Fabio Goes Shopping At Lafayette Square

Fabio de la Cruz has promised to transform long-suffering Lafayette Square Mall with a $200 million investment, most of it his own money. His name may not be real, but his skeptics are.

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.

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.
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The Stutz illustration
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Inside The Stutz Controversy

Everyone loves the Stutz Building redevelopment except the departing artists.

Monon 30 Breathes Life Into Urban Blight

Ten local companies pooled their resources to purchase 50 acres of abandoned Indianapolis property with big plans to revitalize the area.

The Parent Trap

People should stay close to home where they belong, particularly when those people are my kids.
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Bicyclists racing in The Mass Ave Crit
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What Is A Crit, Anyway?

This month’s cycling festival Momentum Indy is now part of the American Criterium Cup, a new nationwide crit series. Exciting! Assuming you know what a crit is.
Chaka Kahn graces the State Fair Free Stage
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More Band For Your Buck At The State Fair

The Indiana State Fair's Free Stage offers an army of old-school rockers at no charge. Which ones are still worth seeing?
Tess Gunty the author behind The Rabbit Hutch
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Down The Rabbit Hole With Tess Gunty

Tess Gunty publishes her first novel to favorable reviews.
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A Lockerbie Place living room
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A Golden Opportunity To Live In Lockerbie

An Italianate charmer quietly awaits in Indy’s oldest neighborhood.

Addendum Gallery’s New Place Setter

Fans of MacKenzie-Childs flock to a checkered heaven in Carmel.

Good Bones Recap: Season 7, Episode 4

This week: A barngalow, a stinky fish, and big changes in Indy’s building rules.
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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.
People sitting in a cafe
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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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