Indianapolis Monthly

Small but Mighty

ON THE SAME driftless weekday in March that I desperately rigged a homemade Baby Björn out of an old sweatshirt to calm my Chihuahua-mix coworker during Zoom meetings, Lil Dumplings took to social media to reassure the gloomy quarantined masses that it would remain open for pickup and delivery. While the rest of us had lost track of our hairbrushes, the months-old global street-food counter was out there in the real world, enlisting the help of Grubhub and DoorDash, selling gift cards, keeping the lights on.

Soon after that, owner Carlos Salazar introduced a voluptuous NY Chopped Cheese sandwich on a sesame-seed

Sie lesen eine Vorschau. Registrieren Sie sich, um mehr zu lesen.

Mehr von Indianapolis Monthly

Indianapolis Monthly2 min gelesen
Aerial Circus Arts
I was in a rut, so I was trying to branch out and learn new things. I came across Cirque Indy (617 N. Fulton St., 317-758-7455, cirqueindy.com) online, and thought, If I’m going to try this, I better do it with some friends because I’m going to look
Indianapolis Monthly13 min gelesenPopular Culture & Media Studies
TOK Of The TOWN
ZOE LAVERNE likes to dance. She dances in her bedroom, in the snow, in parking garages after dark, her limbs liquid and sinewy, like she’s all muscle, no bones, booty dancing to Mickey Rose and Popp Hunna, songs with explicit lyrics and F-bombs. Most
Indianapolis Monthly5 min gelesenMedical
Our Best Shot
MY QUAKER CONGREGATION has gathered via Zoom for a year now. It has worked out so well, I’m concerned that when we’ve consigned COVID-19 to the dung heap of history, none of us will want to attend in person anymore. Everyone will prefer to sleep in,