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Kate Franzman

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Shoptalk: Howl + Hide

Howl + Hide opens a new studio east of downtown.

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Bloomington’s Record Label: Jagjaguwar

“We were so frugal, we would manually roll the fax toner back to use what portions of it had not impressed on paper yet.”

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Home Of The Month: Light Box

A modern smart home at Geist.

Angie Wendricks
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Home of the Month: Cottage Cool In Markleville

Thousands of people admire this Indianapolis-area house on the owner’s blog and Instagram account, and the purity they see—and the clutter that’s absent—are authentic.

Frank Lloyd Wright
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Do The Wright Thing: A Special Occasion For The Architect’s Masterpieces

Named the “all-time greatest work of American architecture” by the American Institute of Architects, Fallingwater in southwestern Pennsylvania sits perched, as its name suggests, on the precipice of a waterfall in a pristine wooded setting.

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Get Connected: Lion Catcher

Lion Catcher works to bring services into the neighborhood rather than making residents already strapped for time and money go to them.

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Home Grown: Urban Patch Is A Family Affair

The Moore family started Urban Patch—and revitalizing their neighborhood—by purchasing an abandoned house with a credit card.

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Change the City: Plan Bee

When the dust settled, all the grant dollars gone and the final report submitted, I still had no plan on paper. Had I chosen the right path?

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Street Savvy: Audubon Road in Irvington

One of Irvington’s original arteries makes a comeback.

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Drop-Dead Fun: Dia de los Muertos in Indy

It’s the season of Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos. Though the subject matter might seem eerie, the traditional Mexican holiday, officially November 1 and 2 but celebrated all this month around the world, is more merry than macabre.

Michael Stout
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Michael Stout: Petal Pusher

The compact balls of soil and seeds can be launched into neglected lots to create pop-up plots.

Dr. Debby Herbenick of IU
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Ask Me Anything: Dr. Debby Herbenick

The IU prof’s new book, The Coregasm Workout, released this month, explains exercise-induced orgasm.

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Hot Neighborhoods: Fletcher Place

Despite its newfound trendiness, the neighborhood still manages to retain its historic charm.

Photo by Tony Valainis
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Hot Neighborhoods: Holy Cross

While it doesn’t yet rival the likes of Fletcher Place, Holy Cross may soon be pushing boundaries—quite literally.

Indy Reads Books
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Street Savvy: Mass Ave’s East End

Need help sticking to your resolution? Natural Born Juicers has plenty of selections to restore your glow through the dead of winter.