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CityWay

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The City’s Coolest Libraries

The story behind the city’s coolest libraries.

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Realty Check: There’s a Doctor in the House

Paging … convenience.

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The New Downtown: A Guide to CityWay

With ground breaking on a seven-building addition later this year, the young-adult playground will grow even bigger by the end of the decade.

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Street Savvy: CityWay & South Street

“Gandolfo’s is my new go-to spot,” says CityWay resident Zachary Lockett. “You feel like you’ve walked into a corner deli in New York.”

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The Hoosierist Tackles a Rumor With Legs

The Hoosierist would love to serve up a racy origin story for Kokomo’s Silk Stocking District, but the facts won’t cooperate.

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Coming Soon: Yolk

Customers will be able to feast on affordable breakfast-and-lunch fare daily, including the hearty Pot Roast Benedict.

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Get to Know Indy's Young Professionals

A guide to prime living locations in Indianapolis for twentysomething pros, with a few surprises: “I have seen anything from random shopping carts on fire hydrants to dresses on stop signs.”

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Plat 99 Artist Jorge Pardo Descends on Indy

A number of attendees, whether in homage to Pardo and his love of color or else seeing the evening as a chance to break away from typical Midwestern style, turned out in eye-catching styles.

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Photos: CityWay Garage Graffiti

The English artist’s 16 pieces at the CityWay parking garages were commissioned with his finely-dressed alternate persona, “the Vandal,” letting him speak his mind through the character’s works, some of them elaborate pieces (called “burners” in graffiti-artist parlance).

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Q&A with Caleb France of Cerulean

Construction on the downtown mixed-use complex CityWay is still in its hard-hat–and–yellow-tape phase. But look closely through the jackhammer dust, and you will notice that some of the key components of the eight-block project are starting to take form. Most notably, we can see the outline of the restaurant Cerulean, slated to open as early as November at the corner of South and Delaware streets. The 6,000-square-foot space bears little resemblance to its Winona Lake flagship, a wood-shingled cottage with a surprisingly hip decor—where diners settle into baby-blue Eames chairs to eat locally sourced meals served in lacquered bento boxes. Co-owner Caleb France, who opened the northern-Indiana restaurant six years ago with wife Courtney, gave us a preview of the Indianapolis outpost, which the 30-year-old self-taught chef sees as an extension (but not a duplicate) of the original.

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