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July 2015

Lake Maxinkuckee
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Traveler: Northern Indiana’s Culver

The academies’ brick ramparts signal your arrival to town, which is nestled along the waterfront.

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Bigger Picture: Deborah Paul on Grandchildren

Robert Frost famously said everything he learned about life could be summed up in three words: “It goes on.” This is the season of the next generation—and the next after that.

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ShopTalk: Luur Design and Chris Stuart

It takes a GPS to find the industrial park where Luur Design is located, but for aesthetes, the payoff is a selection of beautiful objects and homethings.

Chicago-style Pizza, Giordanos
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Indy’s Chicago-Style Pizza

Indy’s new love affair with thick, cheesy, Chicago-style pizza has many intricate layers.

Juniper Spoon Slaw
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Recipe: Southwestern Slaw by The Juniper Spoon

Slaw-lovers will find shredded bliss in this zesty recipe from a farm-to-table enthusiast.

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How to Order Drinks Like a Pro

Before you head to one of Indy’s Best New Bars, take some tips on how to order drinks like Don Draper.

Notch Summer Camp
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Summer Camps Your Kids Actually Want to Attend

Classes for budding Amy Schumers, Jack Whites, Ed Carpenters, and more.

Marcyanne Robles and Mechelle Munn of M&M Catering
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Discovery: Exotic Tastes

M&M’s recipes are strongly rooted in Filipino tradition, but Robles and Munn delight in updating dishes with their own unique interpretations.

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Speed Read: Fun-in-the-Sun Rentals

Resources for renting your way to a fantastic summer, featuring paddleboards, pontoon date nights, kayaking tours, and more.

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Phil Gulley: Dead Wrong

I’ve buried quite a few stinkers these past 31 years, but you would never have known it from their funerals.

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John Green: The Third Degree

John Green doesn’t take his fame seriously, so why should we? Here, a slightly absurd chart of the author’s connections to the stars.

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What’s Cooking with R.J. Wall

R.J. Wall’s audacity and love for local cuisine led him to cold-call The Beard House in New York City, announcing that he would be bringing a quintet of Indiana chefs for a dinner slated for August 6.

Dr. Gregory Konrath
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The Proposal

If nothing else, the doctor is guilty of hubris. “He’s a brilliant guy—obviously a very high IQ,” says Embrey. “He may have been a very good surgeon. But he’s shown he’s not a very good criminal.”

The Beat
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Will Ballard’s Cycling Agenda Leave Office When He Does?

“Coming into office, I knew we were way behind many other cities,” Ballard says.

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The Hoosierist: Criminal Rinds

Some freedom-crushing wonk in the Beech Grove junta decided that watermelon rinds stuffed into public garbage containers punctured the plastic bags and made a mess.