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Best New Comfort Foods: Sugar Cream Pie

Of all the Hoosier cultural emblems, none is as sweet and soothing as sugar cream pie.

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Hot-Button Issues: Big Court Cases & Political Races

Crusader of the Year: U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett. No one made more big cases in the past year—and his savvy press people made sure we all heard about the exploits. The crime-fighter still has plenty of fish to fry.

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50 Days of Holiday Gifts: The Stocking-Stuffer

Color us amazed at these recycled and fancifully shaped crayons.

Rockstone, located in Fishers, doesn
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New Flame: A Review of Rockstone Pizzeria Pub

The pizzas lean more in the direction of adventurous than gourmet, with oddball ingredients playing together nicely.

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Brave New Burbs: Indy's Outlying Areas Are Booming

Millennials are the largest generation in U.S. history—and Indy’s suburbs realize they have to attract them to thrive.

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Its name means “everyday” in Swedish, but there’s nothing plain-Jane about Vardagen, a rustic-cool boutique taking advantage of the bumper crop of Indiana-made T-shirts over the last few years. Hoosier-pride designs by People for Urban Progress and United State of Indiana complement Vardagan’s own label, best-known for a collection based on Christmas-sweater motifs. 8684 E. 116th St., 317-572-5570,