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Lauren Kreiser

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The Sartorialist: Clothes Encounters

Schuman’s website, TheSartorialist.com, is often credited with starting the online street-look movement, one way the world of couture has become accessible in the Internet age. Since 2005, he has posted portraits of people whose outfit and spirit catch his attention in Paris, Milan, Tokyo, and other diverse places. The blog now attracts around 12 million views a month, and it has turned Schuman, a fashion marketer in his pre-Sartorialist life, into an internationally respected arbiter of personal flair.

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Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert Show No Reservations at IU Event

Celebrity chefs Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert promulgated their culinary wisdom upon the Hoosier state last Thursday, stopping at Indiana University’s Bloomington campus on their “Good vs. Evil” tour.

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Indy's Super Bowl Social Media Prowess: Bar None

Update, Feb. 7: The social media command center for Super Bowl XLVI has been termed an “enormous success.”

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Super Bowl Bar-nomics

Rock Bottom downtown upped its beer stock this week from its usual 18 barrels to 180 barrels, and is expecting $200,000 in profit (compared to the $900,000 it usually makes…in a year).

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NEW IN TOWN: American Empanadas

Fountain Square’s new Venezuelan restaurant American Empanadas (1026 Virginia Ave., 317-644-0509) serves a variety of empanadas and arepas, featuring traditional options as well as items with a creative twist. The empanadas are made with traditional dough that co-owner Angelica Folkerts likens to that of a corndog, only less sweet. Made from white corn powder, the dough offers a nice contrast to slightly salty filings such as barbecued pork and 3-way chili. Dessert empanadas include a popular banana-chocolate version.

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Don't Miss: Onsite Wilson Football Factory

Place an order at the Wilson Football Factory and watch a heap of leather pass through several hands as it transforms into a game ball. 

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Ticket to Ride: Zipline Preview in Super Bowl Village

Today staff and volunteers careened down the Super Bowl Village ZipLine, which will open to the public tomorrow after the Super Bowl Village opening ceremony at 3 p.m.

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