October 2014

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Revisiting Pizzology Craft Pizza + Pub

With this second Pizzology location, Neal Brown lifted the high-temp, wood-oven Neapolitan-style methodology from his Carmel flagship and set it down on Mass Ave.

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Street Savvy: Danville

“There are quite a few homes on the national historic registry right off the courthouse square, and I love to walk around that neighborhood with my dog,” says jewelry designer Sarah Stogsdill.

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Realty Check: What $940K Gets You in Lockerbie Square

The owners’ inventive concept is now a welcome addition in Lockerbie Square.

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Speed Read: Swimmer Jim Barber Is Sea Worthy

The ultimate accomplishment for long-distance swimmers is the Oceans Seven, the world’s most challenging open-water swims. This month, the 54-year-old will continue his mission to become the club’s oldest member.

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At Your Service: Milk-paint Lessons with Fivethirty Home

Achieve DIY shabby-chic furniture with Miss Mustard Seed’s milk-paint classes.

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A Newbie’s Guide to Mountain-Biking

In the spring of 2014, Charles Schindler gave up his dental practice to pursue his true passion: teaching mountain-biking.

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Editor's Note, October 2014: Hit the Trail!

The geographic features revealed on the Indiana trails highlighted in this issue were surprising—from the prehistoric bog by the dunes to a sandstone canyon—making hiking and biking them all the more entertaining.

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Join the Pack: Great Indy Hiking and Biking Groups

Founded in 1957, the 580-member Indianapolis Hiking Club organizes more than 2,000 hikes annually around the state and beyond (including a 2015 weeklong trip to the Rio Grande).

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The Hoosierist: Ripe For Confusion

“I have a tree that drops what a friend says are persimmons, but the fruit doesn’t look like the grocery-store variety. What gives?”

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Deborah Paul Talks Retail Politics

Given my experience and obvious affinity for Keystone at the Crossing, no one is better qualified to be mayor of the area than I.

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Phil Gulley Ponders Life Before Cell Phones

“You watch,” I told my wife back then. “The day will come when we’ll curse the person who invented cell phones.” That day is here.

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Stretch Your Legs on These Pretty Indy Trails

From Zionsville’s Starkey Park to Fort Ben, hike and bike your way around town.