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Black Cat Bakery Has Its Vegan Sweets Down To A Science

For former USA Track & Field photographer Audra Stam, vegan baking is as technical as camerawork.

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Can An Indy Startup Conquer Mental Health’s Final Frontier?

MindX Sciences says its blood test could revolutionize mental health treatment — if they can convince doctors and businesses to buy in.

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Q&A: Entrepreneur Mary Kay Huse On The Future Of Live Events

The co-founder of local livestreaming startup Mandolin talks about what concerts will look like in the future.

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Six Bates-Hendricks Businesses That Deserve A Visit

Whether you want to shop, go for a stroll, or get a cup of coffee, East Street has something for you.

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Sangrita Saloon Is Casting Its Line In Fishers

Owner Tarek Mercho describes the new Sangrita Grill & Cantina as the “grown up” version of the Broad Ripple fave.

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A Conversation With Una Osili, IUPUI’s Philanthropy Expert

The new chairperson of IUPUI’s School of Philanthropy reflects on the crisis in her field, and how she talks to her kids about altruism.

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All Signs Point To A Tough Winter For Indiana Restaurants And Tourism

A new study shows the dire straits faced by the hospitality industry as winter sets in.

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The Indiana Pacers Are Pressing “Reset” On The Court—And In The Boardroom

The Indiana Pacers are changing their coach, their arena, and maybe their roster. And behind the scenes, owner Herb Simon is slowly ceding control of the team to his son, Steve.

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IU Football’s Magical (So Far) Season; Indy’s Most Stylish Sportswear Startup

We’re joined this week by sportswriter Dustin Dopirak and Homefield Apparel founders Connor and Christa Hitchcock.

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What’s Next For Indiana’s Coal-Dependent Counties?

The coal industry that has powered the Southern Indiana economy for generations is about to run out of juice

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Working From Home When Your Boss Is Watching

As more employees are working from home, some companies are turning to monitoring software to keep their teams on track.

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Mario Rodriguez: What I Learned From Leading An Airport Through Hurricane Katrina

“Together, we’ll get through this.”

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Dick Wells, Orchid Farmer

“Dick knows his stuff. He shows up with what we need and is excited for our success.”

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The Marijuana Advocate

Whenever Indiana does legalize medical cannabis, Tyler Bryan will be ready.

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Decoding Chris Baggott

Baggott’s early years were marked by the kind of pain, frustration, and failure that would wreck anyone not equipped with his tenacious belief that better things are around the corner.

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