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October 2014

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Almost Famous: Lily & Madeleine

“A lot of kids our age were doing it,” says Madeleine. “We didn’t think anything at all was going to happen. We just did it for fun.”

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All Over the Map: Michigan Road's Ethnic Eats

With its selection of multicultural restaurants, Michigan Road’s busy northwestside corridor could be your new international lunch or dinner destination.

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Scary Good: A Halloween Treat Recipe

The meringue, a classic French cookie, can be spun to look like candy corn, as Carrie Abbott of Newfangled Confections demonstrates here.

Tassel necklace from 14 Districts Weekend
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Wanted: Oversized Tassel at 14 Districts

A rustic-chic accessory that merges leather and beads.

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Everywhere We Look: Styles That Do the Talking for You

Wear your words with a splatter tee and smoking slippers, coffee mug and clutch—and more.

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Audrey Barron’s Raw Talent: Ezra’s Enlightened Cafe

If her location was a leap of faith, her dishes are just as daring.

Shoefly Pie at Shoefly Public House
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Top Five Kid-Friendly Pubs in Indy

Each item on the kids menu at Fall Creek Place’s cozy Shoefly Public House is named after a child in the owner’s family. There is even a selection of craft sodas to wash it all down.

1960s cavers approach the Binkley entrance.
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Into the Darkness

Sooner or later, most cavers pick up a nickname. His was Slim Tim. One hundred and twenty-five pounds of sinew and muscle stretched taught on a lean frame. Part slingshot, part projectile, he zipped through cracks where other bodies wouldn’t fit.

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Travel: Runway Success in Columbus, Ohio

Over the last decade, Ohio’s capital has built on its reputation as the corporate headquarters of Abercrombie & Fitch, The Limited, and Victoria’s Secret to become one of the country’s most fashion-forward places.

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Four Wheelchair-Accessible Indiana Trails

These spots for everyone are designed to remove obstacles, not fun.

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ShopTalk: Pattern on Mass Ave

It’s the first boutique to concentrate on the local design industry, which includes both established labels and promising up-and-comers.

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Culture Q&A: Walter Knabe

“I frequent the museums, including the wonderful Indianapolis Art Center,” Knabe says. “I don’t know of another one of that caliber anywhere else.”

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At Home: Joanna Taft's Library

The Harrison Center for the Arts executive director unwinds in this cozy Herron-Morton Place retreat, where pieces from bookshelf frills to vintage trinkets convey a meaningful narrative.

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The Three Weirdest Stories From Einstein’s Beach House

For one, a couple adopts a depressed hedgehog and seeks therapy for the varmint.

Charcuterie choices ranging from mortadella to vegan fig "salami"
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Labor of Love: A Review of Union 50

If you want to know where the real action is at Union 50, Cunningham Restaurant Group’s natty new spot for broad-shouldered American fare, look no further than the bustling pick-up window into the kitchen.