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Thirsty Scholar

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Street Savvy — 16th Street

Once known as Tinker Street, Herron-Morton’s main artery makes a creative comeback. Take an interactive tour of 16th Street.

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How to Forage Like a Pro

The best advice for spotting the “nature-to-table” ingredients local restaurants source from the great outdoors.

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Hot Neighborhoods: Herron-Morton Place

It’s a five-minute drive from downtown—close enough for an enviable commute, but far enough away to feel like a sleepy suburb.

Photo via Squealers Facebook page
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Eat Sheet: Squealers, Thirsty Scholar, and More

Squealers announces a third location, and Chef Dan’s has officially opened up its new spot in Irvington.

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Street Savvy: 16th Street Downtown

“This corner of Herron-Morton feels like Fountain Square when I opened the original Peter’s—and look what happened to that neighborhood,” says Peter George, co-owner of proposed restaurant Tinker Street.

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Thirsty Scholar Issues Statement on 111 Cakery Controversy

Here’s the statement that Kevin Schmidlin released exclusively to IM. 111 Cakery’s Trish McGrath did not reply to multiple requests for comment.

Amanda Dorman outside The Maxwell on Ohio Street downtown.
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Get to Know Indy's Young Professionals

A guide to prime living locations in Indianapolis for twentysomething pros, with a few surprises: “I have seen anything from random shopping carts on fire hydrants to dresses on stop signs.”

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Martha Stewart Sounds Off on Career, Cooking, and Doughnuts

About local-favorite Long’s Bakery, Stewart tells IM, “They let me go in the back and photograph the entire doughnut-making process. We ate so many of them.”

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Swoon List 11.5.13

Including Thirsty Scholar’s fluffy S’mores Cupcake.