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Home Of The Month: Above And Beyond

The commanding facade, with its mix of brick, ornate cast-iron detailing, arched windows, and Corinthian columns, has fared well over the years, thanks in part to the local historical society’s jurisdiction on the exterior.

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The Maker: Yard Games

Pretty sneaky.

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Shoptalk: The Mix Marketplace

Vintage and modern goods mingle comfortably at this new Noblesville shop.

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Traveler: Daylily Farm In Michigan

“When we are running around with big smiles on our faces and appear to be nuts, it’s because we just saw a flower for the first time.”

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Realty Check: Low-Key Luxury

Relaxed, low-key luxury the whole family will love.

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Home Of The Month: Healing Waters

Laibe named her home Esther, inspired by a Bible verse, “Perhaps this is the moment for which you were created.”

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Traveler: The Fields Of Michigan

Billed as the Midwest’s first true glamping experience.

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Street Savvy: Prospect Street

Prospect Street stretches Fountain Square’s footprint.

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Jason Wu And The Julian Center Spread Empowerment Through Fashion

“It is important to bring awareness to these issues that have lived in the shadows for so long.”

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Traveler: BrewDog’s DogHouse

But BrewDog chose Columbus as its stateside HQ for a reason: the growth of the city’s beer scene and the collaborative nature within it.

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For Those About To Rock

“What we do is more like Ferrari or Rolls-Royce—really small-batch stuff, but really good.”

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Live Inside The Conrad

Moving on up.

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The Paper Straw Pioneers

A Fort Wayne company knew it all along—plastic straws suck.

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A Fresh Start For KBD Home

A fresh location for KBD Home.

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Street Savvy: Pendleton

The town is the place where, for the first time in American history, white men received capital punishment for killing Native Americans.

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