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June 2016

Central Canal Towpath
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Hot On The Trails: Indy’s Central Canal Towpath

“The soft surface is a welcome deviation from pounding the pavement,” says Fox 59’s Larra Overton, a former college track athlete. “Especially when training for longer distances like the Monumental Marathon, extended trails with a variety of terrain and scenery are crucial.”

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Open Door: Williams Creek Party Room

Each cushion is covered with a different textile. “Mixing textures is a big trend. Nothing is matchy-matchy.”

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Taste Test: Indy’s Best Pickles

These Indy pickles are kind of a big dill.

Speakeasy
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Speed Read on Indy’s Coworking Culture

Gone are the days of staking out a spot, Land Rush–style, in a cramped coffee shop and taking conference calls in the bathroom. Here, a guide to navigating Indy’s hottest new coworking spaces.

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Phil Gulley: Ashes to Ashes

“I’m odd that way—if something makes me puke, I generally avoid it from then on.”

Peterson
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Here’s the Boeuf: Indy’s Dolled-Up Burgers

These top local toques may be cooking up some of Indy’s most creative plates, but they couldn’t resist adding a dolled-up burger choice to their innovative menus.

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Is It a Burger?

Translated from Japanese as “anything you want to put into it.” Salazar tricks these out with a range from kimchi to this black sesame version.

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Vida’s Hattie McDaniel is June’s Foodie of the Month

“When I graduated from school, my plan was that in five years, I wanted to have a dessert on a menu somewhere. Then I was offered the job at Peterson’s right out of school, and it was sink or swim.”

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Plow & Anchor’s Red Grouper

Unlikely surf-and-turf partners get chummy on this fresh, chef-inspired plate.

Francisco Gonzalez
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This Is My Stop: Photos of IndyGo Riders

“I think we tend to focus on how divided we are. But there are so many fascinating people living in Indianapolis. I love getting to hear their stories one person at a time on the bus.”

TheBeat
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Field of Dreams

Taxpayers weren’t anticipating having to finance the park, but as hotels, restaurants, and shops that would have paid for it have been slow to move to Westfield, that’s looking more and more likely.

Bill Hudnut
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Bill Hudnut: A Man of His Word

The beloved former mayor’s opinions are as sharp as ever. Here, he reflects on his time at the helm of Indianapolis and takes Indiana’s Republican Party to task.

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Meet the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club

African-American biker club who honor a proud legacy.

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Q&A with Vivica A. Fox

Here, Fox shares how being a Hoosier plays in Hollywood, and why she won’t vote for her former Celebrity Apprentice boss.

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The Hoosierist: Ground War

“Even if winter creeper is somehow expunged, plenty of other imported plants are busily stealing sunlight and soil from honest, hardworking, native species.”

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