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Amanda Heckert

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Editor’s Note, April 2015: Best New Restaurants

These days, it seems, a restaurant opening has become reason enough to visit parts of the city outside of our natural circles.

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Hot Neighborhoods: Traders Point

Among barns, farmhouses, and pastures dotted with horses and cows lies a range of housing options still being sold at post-bubble prices.

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Indianapolis Monthly Gets Seven 2015 CRMA Award Nominations

More than 100 judges from the likes of Vanity Fair, ESPN the Magazine, and The New Yorker picked the finalists.

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Editor’s Note, March 2015: Hot Neighborhoods

In the neighborhoods trending upward, people care deeply about where they live.

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Best Indy Spas: Pure Polish

The complimentary (blissful) scalp massage led to a Bride of Frankenstein moment.

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Editor’s Note, February 2015: Guns

As tempting as it might be to turn past such a tough subject, I encourage you to take a moment to absorb the effect one year of gun violence has had on our city.

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Indy’s Great Steakhouses: Mo’s… A Place For Steaks

Mad Men–era charm for a special night out and steaks, which equally bewitch.

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Indy’s Great Steakhouses: Harry & Izzy’s

Loosen your collar; cast off your jacket. The gorgeously marbled bone-in ribeye at Harry & Izzy’s doesn’t mind.

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Editor's Note, January 2015: Best Steakhouses

When it comes to the quality of this city’s T-bones and porterhouses, being described as a “steak and potatoes” town should be a badge of honor.

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Editor's Note, December 2014: Best of Indy

In the chaos of holiday shopping this month, it will be hard to imagine any aspect of the mall might be struggling.

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Editor's Note, November 2014: Top Doctors

With brutal, naked honesty, Nancy Comiskey opens a window into what grieving for one’s child is like: the yearning, the desperate need to keep the memory alive, the slow healing.

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Indiana Trails: Adena Trace's Hideaway Cove

Thirty minutes in at Adena Trace, I reached a clearing, and the overlook delivered: A gorgeous panorama of the eastern shore opened before me.

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Editor's Note, October 2014: Hit the Trail!

The geographic features revealed on the Indiana trails highlighted in this issue were surprising—from the prehistoric bog by the dunes to a sandstone canyon—making hiking and biking them all the more entertaining.

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Editor's Note, September 2014: Beer!

I live within a 10-minute walk of three craft-beer establishments, including one that made our Best New Breweries list. This is an embarrassment of riches, especially after living in states that, at the time, boasted little beer beyond Bud.

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How Hoosier Hospital Costs Rank Nationally

Have pneumonia? It’s less expensive to treat here. The Hoosier State still charges less to treat the likes of pneumonia or stroke than almost two-thirds of its peer nationwide.

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