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Street Savvy: Lafayette

The best of Lafayette’s main drag.

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The Hoosierist: Our Bounty Of Counties

“Back in the early 1800s, when Indiana’s political map was drawn, that many counties seemed about right.”

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An Open Letter To David Letterman: We Need to Talk About John (Papa, That Is)

Nobody expects “perfection” from Ball State. But what I expect—and what I imagine you may also expect—is a willingness to reject not only bigotry, but also deep-seated, intransigent stupidity.

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The Future Of Broad Ripple High School

“They’re afraid of competition. They don’t want a charter school cannibalizing their student base.”

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Ask Me Anything: Kaveh Akbar

“When I was around alcohol, I drank about my writing, not the other way around. Drying out allowed me to start putting words on paper again.”

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Q&A: Terese Marie Mailhot, Purdue’s Latest Writer Poised For Fame

“I learned how story was always meant to be for Indian women: Immediate, necessary and fearless, like all good lies.”

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Playing With Your Food: A Q&A With Alton Brown

You may remember him from his kitchen antics on Good Eats, where he extolled the virtues of kitchen scales and probe thermometers. Or you might know him from the more recent Cutthroat Kitchen, where he reduced contestants to cooking meals in cages with lobster claws on their hands. However you know him, Food Network host […]

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Playing With Your Food: A Q&A With Alton Brown

You may remember him from his kitchen antics on Good Eats, where he extolled the virtues of kitchen scales and probe thermometers. Or you might know him from the more recent Cutthroat Kitchen, where he reduced contestants to cooking meals in cages with lobster claws on their hands. However you know him, Food Network host […]

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Consumed

Roxane Gay’s new book gave me the courage to say, “I’m fat.”

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Fan Friction: Indiana’s Epic Rivalry

Indiana basketball’s defining rivalry rekindles twice in February with two new episodes of a series Purdue currently leads by a reasonably commanding 115–89. Here’s what got (and kept) the ball rolling:

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25 Days of Holiday Gifts: Old-School College Sweaters

Created in Indy by Dartmouth grad John Shi, the line includes Indiana’s big two schools, IU and Purdue (sorry, Domers).

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Tweets of the Week: IU vs. Purdue

Via @jakequery: “Sub zero temps and IU/Purdue trading punches. I missed you, 1994.”

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25 Days of Holiday Gifts: Team Tees for Kids

Hip kids’ store Roman & Leo knows that little ones are sports fans, too.

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Indy Church Youth Sports Program Turns 90

“We were one of the biggest and best church-sponsored programs in the country,” says Byers. “Race was never really an issue.”

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Revisit: The Gathering Bistro and Pub

While the new menu highlights “Indiana Home-Cookin’ Entrees,” we tasted flashes of sophistication in the extras.

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