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Zionsville

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Wide Open Spaces

By taking the time to plan everything out during the pre-design phase, they were able to make use of items they already had and feel confident that the house would suit them perfectly once they moved in.

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Top Five Indy Coffee Roasters

For one, Harvest Cafe coffee, slow-roasted in an infrared drum roaster.

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Wanted: Game of Thrones Jewelry

This new HBO-blessed collection features the seals of the hit show’s main families.

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Discovery: B. Happy Peanut Butter

All six of its gourmet flavors begin with a base of smooth, crunchy honey-roasted peanut butter, with add-ins not found in your average jar of Jif.

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The Hot List 1.24.14

Cute kids’ slippers, wonderfully weird salvage, and free professional styling advice.

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Revisit: Ciao by Villaggio

Updates include leveling the well-worn floor and restoring the roof, which features a terrace overlooking the town’s Lincoln Park.

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50 Days of Holiday Gifts: The Spiritual Message

As cool as concert tees, these shirts by a Westfield designer spell out something more meaningful.

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Teen Model: Grace Hartzel's Rise to the Runway

The hottest new face in fashion hails from Zionsville—but what does it mean to give up the last bit of childhood for a dream?

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Brave New Burbs: Indy's Outlying Areas Are Booming

Millennials are the largest generation in U.S. history—and Indy’s suburbs realize they have to attract them to thrive.

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Street Savvy: Zionsville

[1] Lunch
The Sanctuary Cafe’s atmosphere could easily outshine its food: The 1894 church, complete with soaring ceilings and stained-glass windows, doubles as painter Nancy Noel’s gallery. Fortunately, the food is worthy of its surroundings. Try the mushroom-and-Brie bisque, or something from the menu of vegetarian and vegan options. 75 N. Main St., 733-9160, nanoel.com.

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