March 2015

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Izzy & Es Turns Heads in Irvington

The selection divides up evenly between pretty urban-girl pieces and on-trend staples.

Toasting two generations of the Golden Ace lineage: John, Chuck, Jimmy, and Jim McGinley
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The Buzz: Golden Ace Inn Does St. Pat’s in Style

It’s hosting one of the city’s biggest St. Patrick’s Day blowouts, celebrating a tradition as old as itself.

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Realty Check: What $370K Gets You in Irvington

The historic abode still contains some of the original features, like striking French doors and coffered ceilings.

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Unspoken Rules of NIFS

Lunges around the 200m track? Fine. Holding hands with someone? Side-eye.

March 2015 cover of Indianapolis Monthly magazine
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Editor’s Note, March 2015: Hot Neighborhoods

In the neighborhoods trending upward, people care deeply about where they live.

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At Home: Ben & Janneane Blevins’s Loft

“We used to have couches, but we always ended up sitting on the floor. So we got rid of most of our tables and chairs.”

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Deborah Paul Takes a Rowed Trip

The prospect of being confined to a vehicle worried me far less than the thought of listening to Philosophy and Intellectual History, Volume 2 for 18 hours.

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Culture Q&A: Ivy Winters

“We drag queens can sit in front of the mirror for hours and say, ‘We could use another rhinestone here.’”

Mary and Martha
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Street Savvy: Zionsville

The Salty Cowboy keeps the night rolling with tequila flights, plus margaritas and a s’mores dessert served in Mason jars.

The Garden Table
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Fresh on the Scene: The Garden Table

I enjoyed the idea of rebranding myself in The Garden Table’s clean-living image—the double chin-less version of me.

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Phil Gulley: The Girl Next Door

As I write this, my wife and I are expecting our first grandchild, Madeline. The level of excitement, as you can imagine, is high.

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The Hoosierist: Dropping the Ball

How did the Pacers get their name? And why do some IndyGo buses make a melodic whistling noise?

photo with kitten
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Abdul-Rahman Kassig: A Humanitarian Remembered

Friends’ recollections paint an intimate portrait of the remarkable young man they knew before the world took notice.

kassig photo in opener
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The Extraordinary Life of Abdul-Rahman Kassig

“I have a chance to do something here, to take a stand,” he wrote. “To make a difference.”

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Ask Me Anything: Michael Feinstein, Cabaret Legend

“I think The Phantom of the Opera is one of the worst things that ever happened to Broadway.”