March 28th, 2014

Making the move to Mapleton Fall Creek

by Ryan Puckett

In 2005, I was living in Evanston, Ill., and somehow convinced my Long Island-raised wife to move to Indianapolis. We wanted to live near one of our families and since the cost of living was one of the reasons we were leaving Chicago, New York was not a real option. My side of the family […]

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March 20th, 2014

Food, Culture & Community: Calvin Fletcher’s Coffee Company

by Bryan Enas

    Calvin Fletcher’s Coffee Company sits in the heart of Fletcher Place neighborhood, named after the 19th Century philanthropist and resident of Indianapolis, Calvin Fletcher. When Doug Litsey and son Jeff tossed around the idea of starting a coffee shop, neither of them were coffee drinkers and Jeff was halfway around the world teaching […]

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March 14th, 2014

New work by Brian Allee

by Emily Vanest

Dizzy   I’ve been looking forward to Brian Allee’s City Gallery show for weeks.  Brian, much like one of his assemblages, could never be put in a box — He is a “lover of all things old and odd,” an electrician by trade, and has over the years been a part time master gardener, jazz […]

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March 7th, 2014

A fresh look at Indy

by Tucker Krajewski

The one absolute thing that Hoosiers can bond with all across Indiana and even the Midwest is the weather. For residents of our city, it’s surprising how much we complain about cold weather and snow, but every winter, we do just that. As I drive to school every morning, I look out of the frosted […]

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