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Indianapolis MonthlyIndianapolis Monthly

Indianapolis Monthly

October 2019

Indianapolis Monthly has become central Indiana’s premier general-interest publication—the Circle City’s essential chronicle and guide, an indispensable authority on what’s new, what’s news, and what people are talking about. Whether covering crime, politics, business, sports, or arts and entertainment, Indianapolis Monthly sets the standard for editorial excellence in the state.

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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 Joseph Ball EDITOR EMERITA Deborah Paul CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Robert Annis, Alicia Garceau, Terry Kirts, Suzanne Krowiak, Amy Lynch, Sam Stall, Adam Wren CALENDAR EDITOR Natalie Atwell EDITORIAL INTERNS Madlin Deignan, Emma Getz, Lucy Marcum, Elizabeth Robbins, Leanne Stahulak ASSOCIATE ART DIRECTOR Margo Wininger PHOTOGRAPHER Tony Valainis PRESIDENT AND PUBLISHER Keith Phillips ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Carrie Hannigan, Nancy Oliphant, Holly South, Rhonda Turner DIGITAL ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Jared Hay DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EVENTS Abby Broderick SPECIAL SECTIONS DIRECTOR Andrea Ratcliff OFFICE MANAGER Christy Moore IndianapolisMonthly.com/advertise PRODUCTION MANAGER Mike Botkin ADVERTISING ART COORDINATOR Megan Maguire SPECIAL PROJECTS EDITOR Laura Kruty SPECIAL PROJECTS ART DIRECTOR Allison Edwards EMMIS PUBLISHING LP PRESIDENT Gregory T. Loewen VICE PRESIDENT / FINANCE Melinda Marshall EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Rita Cherry NATIONAL SALES REPRESENTATIVES MIDWEST / SOUTHWEST DIRECTOR Cheryl Schuldt, 847-251-3483 FLORIDA / CARIBBEAN /…

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babe in the woods

I love Indiana, but the plain truth is that the state doesn’t necessarily bonk you over the head with striking natural beauty. Knockouts from Colorado to California and Montana to Maine make it look easy with their MILES of coastline or SOARING mountains or BIG skies or ALL OF THE ABOVE. (Ugh, we get it: You are sooooo pretty, California.) When it comes to catching someone’s eye, we have to work a little harder than the rest, which is seemingly part of the Hoosier condition. That Indiana is more girl-next-door than homecoming queen is the preconceived notion we set out to abolish with our cover package on the Hoosier National Forest (p. 62). Consider it an appreciation for the state’s best-kept secret, more than 200,000 acres of countryside that’ll knock your…

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beast mode

Sometimes, critters make us skitter. Here, our close calls with wild animals: “In 1968, while camping at Philmont with the Boy Scouts, a bear tore the side off my tent going after some toothpaste my tentmate left in his backpack.” —MIKE BOTKIN, PRODUCTION MANAGER “When I was camping at McCormick’s Creek a few years ago, I heard something outside my tent in the early morning. It was big and grunty. I was too terrified to peek out to see what it was, but it kind of GROWL-ROAR-SNORTED and pounced on some raccoons that were eating our campfire crumbs and made them scream. I have been borderline obsessed with listening to wildlife sound-effect videos ever since, but I still don’t know what it was.” —JULIA SPALDING, DINING EDITOR “I was traumatized at summer camp by a…

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contributors

Summer Daily When exploring Hoosier National Forest (p. 62), freelance writer Summer Daily loves the fresh air and trees as much as anyone. But her real passion is discovering campsites. “There’s nothing like climbing over a ridge—totally exhausted from a long day of hiking—and stumbling upon a stunning view,” she says. “It’s like the rest of the trail was carved around getting you to that very spot.” Tony Rehagen Freelance writer Tony Rehagen grew up Catholic, so he has long followed news involving the Church. Yet he has never seen anything quite like the upheaval caused by Archbishop Charles Thompson’s decision to remove Catholic school teachers involved in same-sex marriages (p. 59). “Many parishioners share Pope Francis’s more progressive views,” he says. “But there’s obviously a faction that doesn’t.” Casey Kenley When freelance writer Casey…

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buzzworthy

“Hell yeah! Hoosier writers continue the state’s long tradition of genre fiction.”—DAVID AGRANOFF, via Twitter“Loved reading this about a local author who lifts up his community as he climbs the ladder to successful writer.”—JAYMIE SHOOK, via Twitter“Right on for this piece about Maurice Broaddus.”—MARC WILLIAMS, via Twitter“Wonderful article in Indianapolis Monthly on Maurice’s impact as an art activist.”—TABITHA BARBOUR, via Facebook LOOK FOR OUR NEXT POLL ON TWITTER. FOLLOW US @INDYMONTHLY FOR DETAILS. Left Smiling I loved Matt Gonzales’s story about the Indiana Young Democrats (July). So many hardworking friends. Congrats to Brandon Evans, Elise Shrock, and others who brought the convention to town and gave me hope that engaged civic duty will continue to make Indiana a better place to call home. DAVID ANDERSON Indianapolis Slice of Life Your story about the Indiana State Fair pie…

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NEW MURALS LIFT OFF The second phase of the CityWay project includes murals by renowned street artists. SIT. STAY. Our roundup of dog-friendly spots around town to enjoy with your pup. FOODIE RECIPES Local chefs share their favorite preparations for delicious dishes. Love it? Hate it? Send us your feedback to letters@IndianapolisMonthly.com, or post a comment on Facebook (Indianapolis Monthly) or Twitter (@IndyMonthly). Letters and social media posts may be edited for length, style, or clarity. Please include your full name for the purpose of verification.…

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