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Hot chicken sandwich with a drizzle of Dale's sauces on a bed of creamy kale-slaw and pickles
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Six Scorching Hot Chicken Sandwiches

A new flock of hot chicken sandwiches is bringing the heat to adventurous local eaters. Keep a cold glass of milk on standby.

The Feed: Upland, The Alley Cat, And More

For its next location, Upland Brewing Company will take over the former MacKenzie River Pizza Grill & Pub, which includes some prime patio space, in Castleton.

Don’t Snooze On Farmhouse Brunchery

At Farmhouse Brunchery, chef and caterer George Watson’s dresses up a strip-mall spot with rustic wood tables and plenty of cheery country decor.
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two kids playing the Magnavox Odyssey
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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 Future Of Downtown

It’s no secret that downtown has a skyline-sized problem brought on by the pandemic. But a historic slate of development is underway that may revitalize the city’s core to its Super Bowl–era glory. Here, a tour of what’s working, what’s not, and what remains to be seen.

Tipping Point

It's canoeing season in Indiana, but not for Philip Gulley.

The Deep-Rooted History Of Old Hickory

A lot has changed since Shelbyville’s Old Hickory was founded in 1899, but you wouldn’t know it from their furniture. Pull up a seat and admire the craftsmanship that has kept them in business for so long.
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The Colts Are Who We Thought They Were—Probably

The Colts leave fans lost in the apple sauce after 24-17 loss to the Titans.
Scenes from movies appearing at the Heartland Film Festival
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10 Picks From The 31st Heartland Film Fest

Cinephile and freelance writer Lou Harry offers his top 10 recommendations from the Heartland International Film Festival.
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Garfield Park Is A Sculpture Garden For The Next Month

The Conservatory and Garden hosts 100 works by sculptors from Zimbabwe.
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Two homes, on top: Fort Ben 4-story brick home with large porch seen at dusk; On bottom: Brendonwood white home shown aerially at day
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What $1M Buys In Fort Ben And Brendonwood

For the same amount of money, you could have either of these homes. Which would you pick?

Good Bones Recap: Risky Business, Episode 5

This week: Pocket doors, Marie Goth, and a secret passage.

Marketing Manager Monica Sallay Sells What She Wears

Curating a closet of wearable art and fashion that most of us can only dream of, Monica Sallay is a visionary.
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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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