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Quick Q&A with Cheryl Strayed

The New York Times bestselling author of the hiking memoir Wild visits Clowes Hall on March 31. We caught up with her on the trail.

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The Dining Trend We’re Dying to Try: Cronuts

Like the centaur of baked goods, the cronut is a cross between a croissant and donut—flaky and fried, coated in sugar with cream inside. Its cross-section is as delicate and intricate as a honeycomb.

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Q&A with Lee Smith, Winterfest Organizer

“I think I was about 7 years old. The morning after my parents had a party, I got up and tried some 10-hour-old Michelob,” she says of her first beer. “Not good, but that was my first.”

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Quick Q&A with Daniel Levitin

“Maybe it’s not as glamorous as working with Stevie Wonder, but the work in a studio is very much like the work in a laboratory,” he says, speaking as a rock star/neuroscientist hybrid.

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Lily & Madeleine: Everything You've Missed

All the Lily & Madeleine articles, tweets, quotes, and videos you might have missed since their debut album made a splash in October.

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Medora Filmmakers Return to Roots, Tell Hoosier High Schoolers' Story

Granted permission to begin making their movie just two weeks before the season started, Cohn and Rothbart picked up and moved from where they lived in Ann Arbor to spend a year in Medora. Six hundred hours of footage later, the duo has an 82-minute film that Cohn says is all about identity.

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ShopTalk: Agrarian Urban-Farming Boutique

Trendy glass honey pots by Blomus and delicate, hand-painted egg crates would make Old MacDonald jealous, but the wares veer practical, too.

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Martha Stewart Sounds Off on Career, Cooking, and Doughnuts

About local-favorite Long’s Bakery, Stewart tells IM, “They let me go in the back and photograph the entire doughnut-making process. We ate so many of them.”

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Indy Designers Featured in New Alt Movie Poster Book

Today, Matthew Chojnacki is set to release his new book, Alternative Movie Posters: Film Art from the Underground, a collection that showcases a mix of avant-garde art and minimalistic design for movies ranging from Sixteen Candles to Star Wars.

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Five Indy Women to Compete in Ironman World Championships in Hawaii

Says Shea Rankin, “Next year will be [my husband’s] year to train and race. And I’m going to drink beer and eat burgers and heal a little bit.”

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Seventeen Magazine Honors Young Indy HIV/AIDS Activist

Find out why the queen teen magazine thinks this young Hoosier game-changer is “pretty amazing.”

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Jane Pauley Visits, Shoots TV Show Segment

Smiling and laughing despite the heat, the Hoosier native was in Indy to shoot a segment for her Today series, “Life Reimagined,” at the Indianapolis International Airport.

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