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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.

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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.

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November’s First Bite

Tilly’s Tea Room’s fruit scones are no ordinary America biscuit.

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Broad Ripple Bark Park Leading the Pack for a Makeover

Broad Ripple Bark Park is in a dog race to win a $30,000 Dream Dog Park Makeover.

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Brown County’s Barrels of Fun

Thanks to popular demand and craft-friendly tweaks to Indiana’s blue laws, the county has a brewpub and production brewery, two distilleries, and two new winery tasting rooms, all opened in recent years.

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REI Sales Manager on How He Gets His Rugged Look

“I kind of embrace the American workwear look. I like clothes that are classic and cool … sharp and comfortable. I like American workwear because it’s built to last, and it also ages beautifully.”

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Film in Indy

Episode 5 of the Talking IN Circles podcast from Indianapolis Monthly features a conversation with Heartland Film Festival’s Greg Sorvig. Heartland is celebrating its 25th year with a record number of films and entries. We chat Hoosier filmmaking, Star Wars, and celebrity sightings with the Director of Programming and Marketing.

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Brown County Shopping: Land of the Spree

From maple-bacon cupcakes to button-flap jammies, new and updated Nashville shops are loaded with cute stuff you don’t necessarily need but will almost certainly want.

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Hoosiers Are Funny

The Comedy Crossroads Festival is more proof that Indianapolis is turning into a world-class city.

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A Review of Max McLean’s The Most Reluctant Convert

Lewis was a talented writer and a careful scholar. As played by McLean, he’s also a great comedic character. It is said that “God works in mysterious ways.” Perhaps He can, knowing such solid and exact messengers as Lewis come about along the way.

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The Podcast on Politics and Education: Indianoplace, Importantville, and Charter Schools

A lively discussion on the role Indianapolis is playing in the November elections and a look at the state of charter schools in Indianapolis.

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Meet Wild Championship Wrestling Outlaws

You won’t discover a wrestling superstar here. What you will find is a one-of-a-kind night of crowd-pleasing pomp usually reserved for the cheap seats at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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