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Nikki Sutton

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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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Rook

No. 6 – Since Rook reopened in February, the fully open kitchen in the airy yet cozy new spot has been putting out some truly impressive bites.

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Downtown Indy Design Safari

Downtown Indianapolis finally boasts drool-worthy design elements. Lauded local interior designer Nikki Sutton plays tour guide for her favorite pieces.

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My Look: Nikki Sutton

The popular interior designer dishes on her favorite winter boots.

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At Home: Truen Jaimes’s Living Room

Exposed beams and an oversized ceiling fan fulfill the potential of a near-eastside Victorian.

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Five Wild Ideas to Make Indy Better

A few of the city’s smartest urban thinkers give their take on what would make Indy a better place.

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My Look: Polina Osherov's Cat Ears

The story behind the Pattern founder’s perky accessory.

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Rocks Star: A Review of Thunderbird

As consulting chef, Carlos Salazar assembled a menu of modified Southern dishes that are surprisingly complex for the bar-centric format.

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Our Top 5 Photo Albums of 2013

Meet the Flockers—Indy’s urban chicken farmers—plus look back on Indy 500 Snake Pit hijinks, the State Fair food romp, and a pair of brew-drenched events.

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Rook Report: Banh Mi in Fletcher Place

The Nighthawk is a modified version of the nam sausages from Northern Thailand, where the links ferment as they hang.

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Foodie: Ed Rudisell Is No Rookie

Ed Rudisell doesn’t fit the typical multi-restaurant-mogul mold. He’s not the clean-cut suit who rolls up in a Lexus and barks about food costs and mission statements. In fact, this laid-back and tatted entrepreneur (who drives a Buick) landed in the industry by accident, after getting laid off from a bank job. “When I was 24, I started working for Buffalo Wild Wings. I just needed to pay my rent,” says Rudisell, now 36 and co-owner of two successful local restaurants, Black Market and Siam Square.

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Pattern Magazine's Perfect Formula

Polina Osherov, 41, photographer (at far left)

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