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Food for Thought
THE 25TH-ANNIVERSARY FEST IS A MOSTLY ONLINE, BUT STILL FULL-FLEDGED, AFFAIR. It has 25 virtual and in-person events lined up from November 5 to 15 (the full schedule is on the website). “This could’ve been the year people took off,” says program dir
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Totally Baked
THERE’S MOUNTING evidence that cannabidiol (CBD), an ingredient derived from cannabis, might help with everything from chronic pain to anxiety and depression. Problem: It can taste terrible. Enter Rebecca Raffle, a biotech specialist, avid home baker
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Restaurant GUIDE
INCLUDES Fletcher Place, Fountain Square, Mass Ave, Mile Square PIZZA As some of Indy’s most celebrated restaurateurs open pie places all over town, we haven’t forgotten where we first found artichoke hearts and goat cheese on our ’za. Bazbeaux has c
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Making Candles
You might have to keep your mask on while smelling scents, the first step to creating your own candle. Test out options at home for the most permeable fabric. That mask will smell terrific later. Growing nose-blind? Sniff your skin to reset your sens
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Icing On The Cake
YOU MIGHT remember that sweet old mantra from The Before Time, “Think of your happy place! Go to your happy place!” In the world’s current unhinged state, the sentiment doesn’t work like it used to. In fact, it feels almost cruelly irrelevant as a pa
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Toy Gyroscope
VINTAGE: 1950s Resides in the Indiana State Museum WHEN J.L. HURST designed the toy gyroscope in Indianapolis in 1917, the scientific plaything must have seemed like a fleeting novelty. More than a century and millions of units sold later, the Hagers
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Building A Reputation
Q: DID AVRIEL SHULL BUILD ANY HOUSES OUTSIDE OF CENTRAL INDIANA? A: Homes by Avriel Shull, a largely self-taught designer of mid-century architecture, are a common sight here—especially in Carmel’s Thornhurst subdivision, where you’ll find 21 of them
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Phoney Coney
Check out HEARTBREAKER’s full description on page 137. ■
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Z Is For Zerna
TIME STAMP 1930–1970 ZERNA SHARP never had kids of her own, but her children, as she called them—Dick, Jane, and Baby Sally—became American icons as the main characters of schoolbooks used across the nation. If you were in first grade in America betw
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Q+A LaVall Jordan Basketball Coach
AFTER GEORGE FLOYD WAS KILLED THIS SPRING, YOU MENTIONED IN AN INTERVIEW THAT YOU HAD CONVERSATIONS WITH YOUR FAMILY ABOUT WHETHER YOU SHOULD SAY SOMETHING PUBLICLY. ULTIMATELY, YOU SPOKE ON THE STEPS OF THE INDIANA WAR MEMORIAL, AND HAVE BEEN TWEETI
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Red Herring
UNTIL RECENTLY, Roncalli High School grad Brent Terhune was doing fine in the humor biz. The Bob & Tom Show writer toured comedy clubs around the country 40-plus weeks a year, and was making a middle-class living. Then he began filming a series of vi
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Virtually Perfect
WHEN I WAS a kid growing up in Danville, it was my job to adjust the TV antenna to pull in the signal from Indianapolis. My father, stretched out on the couch on Saturday morning, would say, “See if you can’t get that in a litt le better.” I would so
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Three Funniest Follows
@jlcauvin “It’s one thing to have good impressions, it’s another to have good writing. With him, both are on the same high level.” @sarahcpr “She does lip syncing and she’s very good at it. She’s also on the Variety list I was just on.” @bigradmachin
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Joe’s Crossroads
IT WAS A CRISP Friday morning in September, and for the first time in a long time, Monument Circle hummed with life. Drake’s “In My Feelings” played on the Circle’s speaker system as a Colts pep rally got underway. Cheerleaders clapped blue pom-poms
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Going Brogue
Do your own thing in a pair of Stacy Adams “Harrison” modified wingtips, a style everyone should have in their rotation (these come in men’s sizes, not that it matters). They’re business casual in nature, and the more broguing, or perforation and pin
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Methodology
COVID-19 HAS BEEN the scariest threat to our collective health in decades. In times like these, we’re particularly grateful to have experts such as Dr. Ram Yeleti (p. 61) and Dr. Douglas Webb (p. 68) to consult. Indianapolis Monthly’s annual Top Doct
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Buckle Up
PUFF PIECES Statement sleeves are a ballooning trend, making it time to puff, puff, pass on shapeless silhouettes. Pump it up with this luxe hibiscus Ulla Johnson “Marin” pullover, $395 (8Fift een, 815 E. 65 St., 8fifteen.com). Slip into a cozy, rela
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Affiliated Hospital Abbreviations
ASCENSION ST. VINCENT Ascension St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital ASCENSION ST. VINCENT ANDERSON Ascension St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital ASCENSION ST. VINCENT CARMEL Ascension St. Vincent Carmel Hospital ASCENSION ST. VINCENT FISHERS Ascensi
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Skin In The Game
THE ALREADY hip ’hood of Irvington got some added cool points last June thanks to the arrival of 1979 Co. Leatherworker Nate Olp opened that shop in the historic eastside area’s oldest standing commercial building, at Audubon and Bonna. Aft er sellin
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My Covid-19 Nightmare
AT COMMUNITY HEALTH, we were just starting to test for COVID-19 on March 23. By that evening, coincidentally, I had a scratchy throat. I didn’t have a fever, but I thought, This is unusual for me, so I slept in the guest room and told my wife not to
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Ginger Pearson, Creative Consultant
YOU’RE A MIXED-MEDIA ARTIST. IS THERE A MEDIUM YOU ESPECIALLY LIKE? I use acrylic paint the most because of the drying time and versatility. I can paint on pretty much anything with it—canvases, walls, shoes, even this Coach backpack. WHERE MIGHT WE
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Top Doctors List
TIMOTHY KELLY, MD Community Behavioral Professionals, 7250 Clearvista Dr., 317-621-5719 ➙ Community North Special Expertise addiction/substance abuse ROBERT CHAMBERS, MD IU Health Physicians Behavioral Health, IU Health Neuroscience Center, 362 W. 15
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First Class
KRYSTLE FORD has a soft spot for faraway places. She sources cork and specialty fabrics from Africa, Europe, and the United Arab Emirates to make backpacks, bowler-style totes, and purses. As the director of the Metropolitan Youth Orchestra, she’s be
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How Treatment Has Changed
IN MID-MARCH, we began seeing our first cases from the novel coronavirus. It seemed to start somewhat slow. Some of that had to do with restrictions on testing—you had to go through the health department, and patients had to meet certain criteria. Bu
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Southport
THE TURF South side In a part of town that used to be a good-coffee desert, The Mocha Nut Coffee Shop (1) now makes pumpkin spice and spiced orange lattes. (You can also order these staple autumnal flavors in muffin form.) If coffee isn’t your thing,
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How This Will Change Medicine
BEFORE THE CORONAVIRUS, we had good flu years and bad flu years. We had Ebola and Zika. But this is a different ballgame. Even in a bad flu season, many doctors were not in the practice of wearing masks when talking to patients. That’s the most obvio
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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Michael Rubino DESIGN DIRECTOR Todd Urban DEPUTY EDITOR Daniel S. Comiskey DIRECTOR OF EDITORIAL OPERATIONS Megan Fernandez DINING EDITOR Julia Spalding MANAGING EDITOR Kelly Kendall DIGITAL EDITOR Derek Robertson EDITOR EMERITA Debor
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Mission Impossible
LOCATED ABOUT 50 miles of cornfields east of Indy, New Castle is quintessentially Hoosier. Basketball reigns supreme—you can visit the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, spend a night at the Steve Alford All-American Inn, or tour one of the largest hig
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What Keeps Them Up At Night
interventional cardiologist Ascension St. Vincent “If caught early, heart attacks and strokes can often be effectively interrupted. But at the beginning of the pandemic, we saw a dramatic decrease in the number of people coming in for examination. De
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Food for Thought
This space is typically dedicated to shining a spotlight on one of the features in the issue. But this time around, I think it’s important to talk about three things that aren’t in these pages: our back-of-the-magazine restaurant guide entries on Roo
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