Jared Hay

Rev 2015 Boles
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Holiday Gift Guide: Rev 2017

A ticket to the new(ish) tradition at the track is a chance to mingle with stars such as Andrew Luck, Vic Vegas, and the whole IndyCar crew.

R Bistro
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25 Days of Holiday Gifts: Cooking with Regina Mehallick

You can say it’s a gift for your kids, but selfishly we know it’s for you and that’s okay.

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25 Days of Holiday Gifts: Brick & Mortar’s Wood Razor Handles

What to get the guy that has everything and wants nothing? This classic upgrade to his morning routine from Brick & Mortar fits perfect in a stocking.

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December Foodie: Pia Urban Cafe’s Maria Cartagena

Look behind the counter for the truest sign of Cartagena’s mission: Her team includes graduates of the Wheeler Mission residential program.

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25 Days of Holiday Gifts: Shoes from Quality

With limited runs, hard-to-find colorways, and the traditional staples there is a bound to be a pair for that hard-to-find guy on your list.

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25 Days of Holiday Gifts: Indiana Cut Map

A couple of Cut Maps to show your city and state pride.

Hotel Tango Whiskey at the distillery.
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25 Days of Holiday Gifts: Hotel Tango Whiskey

Visit the Cultural Trail for your local Bourbon Trail fix.

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Talking Indy’s Creativity with Creative Mornings

The one where we celebrate Indy’s creativity with Brittany Mason of Creative Mornings: IND.

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Election Postmortem With Adam Wren

An in-depth chat on the outcome of the election and what it all means for the city, state, and Mike Pence in the White House.

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Troubled Waters

The Tippecanoe River and its twin lakes provide a stream of revenue and recreation to residents—and a home to some of the world’s most endangered animals, freshwater mussels. The effort to save six species of threatened mollusks hasn’t come without cost or controversy.

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Shoefly’s Craig Mariutto is November’s Foodie of the Month

Mariutto woks on with his new Asian-inspired eatery, LongBranch.

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Political Campaigning from 1888, Benjamin Harrison’s “Front Porch” Campaign

Before political campaigning was a big dollar national venture, Benjamin Harrison addressed more than 300,000 people in 80-plus speeches from his front porch.

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Election Preview with Brandon Smith

We talk local politics, political coverage, and a new gig for Brandon Smith on this week’s podcast.

Salt on Mass poke tacos
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Flavor of the Month: Poke

Raw-rah! Poke arrives on Indiana’s shores.

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Indy Eleven, The Hottest Ticket in Town

Indy Eleven’s Colin Falvey and John Koluder join us for a chat on Indy’s football squad with an undefeated home record.