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Dawn Olsen

The Chit-Chat about SoChatti’s New Tasting Room

When Matt Rubin and his wife learned she had a dairy allergy, Matt spent two days researching how to make dairy-free chocolate. He bought some whole cacao beans, an $11 coffee grinder, and a mortar and pestle. A couple hours and some elbow grease later, Matt had his first batch of dairy-free…

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Restaurants That Opened in 2020

Coronavirus didn’t stop these Indianapolis restaurants from opening in 2020. From a downtown pastry bar to Indy’s “Best New restaurant,” here are five new food establishments to check out. Blupoint Oyster House 5858 N. College Ave. From Thursday to Saturday, Blupoint Oyster House shells out oysters…

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Visit These Larger-Than-Murals in Downtown Indianapolis

Indianapolis has gotten more colorful over the past few years, thanks to a number of public art projects. It would take days – literally – to explore all of the city’s public art. But it would only take an afternoon to visit these four larger-than-life murals. From left to right: Murals featuring…

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Get R&R at These Downtown B&Bs

You don’t have to go away to get away. Downtown Indianapolis is home to several bed & breakfasts that are perfect for a relaxing staycation. If you’re itching to “do something” or are cautious about traveling out of the city, consider staying at one of these cozy inns. Harney House Inn The Harney…

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Six New Shops That Opened in 2020

Pandemic schmandemic. These six stores launched (or, in one case, relaunched) in 2020. From handmade leather goods and local art to textiles and tarot readings, each of these stores has something unique to offer shoppers. 1. House Seven Design Shoppe 111 E. 49th St. Instagram influencer Anissa…

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Annual Fall Festival Kicks Off at Conner Prairie

If you want to make an axe, get lost in a corn maze, or be chased by the Headless Horseman, Conner Prairie has you covered. Their annual fall festival is full of activities, shows, and spooktacular family fun like haunted mazes and haunted hayrides. Although the blacksmith classes are ghost-less…

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Harvest Returns to Newfields for a Month-Long Celebration

It’s sweater season, friends, so don your favorite cardigan and get over to Newfields. Harvest – an annual celebration of autumn – returns for a month-long celebration! From October 1-25, the whole family can enjoy a cornucopia of pumpkins, festive fall beverages, Instagram-worthy moments, and…

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