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Alice Guerin, Tattoo Artist

“It’s like getting a massage or taking yourself out to eat. It’s a treat. Some people even like the pain.”

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It's A Mab, Mab, Mab, Mab World

“Once upon a time” seems like a good place to begin a story about Mab Graves, the self-taught, bubblegum-haired Pop Surrealist and growing object of widespread curiosity who looks as if she were sprung to life from one of her works by the flick of a magic wand. And, in a professional sense, she was—born […]

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A Conversation With Savoir Adore

Having lived through the ups and downs of relationships, both personally and professionally, founding member of Savoir Adore Paul Hammer talks loss, love, and the concept of home. Channeling the prime of ’80s pop music that mixes synth-heavy melodies with deep, heavy emotional lyrics, Savoir Adore have gone through two co-lead singers, released three studio […]

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Two Chicks From Good Bones Head Into Second Season

With the first season of Good Bones under their tool belts, HGTV’s new reno queens have constructed an audience of 13 million and given Fountain Square its star turn. Can the hosts build on the buzz? Stay tuned.

Loaded fried at Bluebeard
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Swoon List: The Vanguard, Super Bowl Pho, Milktooth, and More

Warm up with loaded fries at Bluebeard, pancakes at Super Bowl Pho, and combat holiday sweets with a kale power salad.

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Fruits of the Loop: An Unsung Milestone in Indy’s Downtown Development

Even before its grand opening, the inner loop—31 miles of interstate within I-465, built at a cost of nearly $300 million—had begun paying downtown dividends.

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No. 2 – Everything about Marrow radiates years of forethought, from its russet-toned color palette to the dining room’s faint campfire aroma emanating from a smoker that John Adams installed before the restaurant’s November opening.

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No. 23 – Food is the headline act at this Fountain Square music club.

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Virginia Avenue Is Indy’s Eat Street

Over the last few years, an enterprising group of restaurateurs and entrepreneurs seized on an opportunity to turn this strip into Indy’s hippest address for restaurants, breweries, markets, and bars.

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Designers Explain the Neon House in Fountain Square

“It’s more about the quality of the space, opposed to the quantity. This house has a double-height living space, which is completely unexpected and gives you a sense that this house is much more spacious than it is.”

Pioneer Review
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Farm to Turntable: Review of Pioneer

“A lot of the menu choices had to do with the history of Fountain Square, which was predominantly settled by Germans, Italians, and people from northern Europe. This is where the cultures collided in this city. Literally, where I am standing right now.”

Bates-Hendricks House
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Bates-Hendricks Pioneers

An HGTV debut coming soon tackles renovations in Bates-Hendricks. But one street has already arrived.

Fountain Square Reno
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Value Village

The three-bedroom, two-bath bungalow has been refurbished into a picturesque Tiffany-blue cottage and sits on the market for $259,900.

973 Elm St. fountain Square
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Market Watch: Fountain Square

For sale in Fountain Square.

The colorful fabric-covered dining room banquette
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Marrow Opens in Fountain Square

John Adams gets soulful at his new Fountain Square venture, Marrow.