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Natural State’s Fry And Mighty Bites

At Natural State Provisions, husband-and-wife Arkansas transplants whip up a few of their native dishes.

Q&A With Toby Moreno Of Auberge

Always passionate about French food, Toby Moreno dreamed of opening a French-Mexican fusion place when he was younger. Now, as chef at Auberge, he can put some of those classic techniques to work.

The Feed: Ash & Elm, Aimmart, And More

Ash & Elm Cider Co. raises a glass at its annual 12-course cider-paired dinner, The Feast.
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How The World’s First Home Gaming System Was Made In Indiana

Magnavox Odyssey, the first-ever commercial home video-game console, was born in a Fort Wayne boardroom 50 years ago and changed home entertainment forever.

The Ups And Downs Of Daniel Larsen

The Bloomington teen was the youngest person to ever create a New York Times crossword puzzle and has solved complex math problems that stumped Ph.D.s twice his age.

Once Upon A Mies Van Der Rohe Skyline

Researchers discovered a treasure trove of Mies van der Rohe's projects in Indianapolis that—much like our reputation for architecture—never got off the ground.

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.
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The Retaking Of Richmond Hill

It was an “everybody remembers where they were” moment. The devastating explosion in a quiet suburb shattered lives. Ten years on, we revisit the tragedy and the people who rose to the occasion in unprecedented ways.

I’ll Do It Tomorrow

I have a long to-do list, and getting started on it is probably on there.

Q&A With State Senate Candidate Andrea Hunley

The future looks bright for political newcomer Andrea Hunley.
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Colts Return To Earth After NFC East Re-Run

For the second time in four weeks, the Colts lost 17-16 at home to an NFC East opponent in a game they largely controlled, this time ruining a chance at a possible season-turning type win.
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No Experience Necessary: Colts Win in Saturday Debut

"I’m still trying to untangle my brain’s connective tissue and figure out what’s really happening here."
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Playing Money Ball In College Sports

If you grew up on barn-door hoops and Bob Knight, chances are that NIL makes you want to throw a chair. Instead, you might need to take a seat: The concept of college athletes earning some cash off the court is likely here to stay.
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Two Zionsville homes. Top: A traditional American with four-car garage. Bottom: a Victorian
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What $1.15 Million Buys In Zionsville

Priced identically in Zionsville, one home typifies Traditional American style, another, Victorian. Which would you buy?

The Simmons’s Soiree Space

Step inside a downtown penthouse with a killer view.

Can’t Help Falling In Love … With Memphis

We're walking in Memphis, from Elvis shrines to museums of magnitude.
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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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