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A different kind of soul food

New restaurant serves up comfort food with a twist By Oseye Boyd Paleo Soul opened its doors in April, serving paleo-inspired cuisine. Also known as the Caveman or Stone Age diet, the paleo diet mimics our hunter-gatherer ancestors by ...

Hoosier Marketplace

Established in the 1890s, Abbott’s Candies is known for its handmade buttery caramels and other confections. W.C. Abbott originally started making butterscotch, penny-stick taffy and ice cream in Hagerstown. Three generations of Abbott’s ran ...

Shrinking the hospital

St. Vincent makes hospital care more accessible By Lexy Deckert In recent years, the shift in how we use technology has gradually transformed consumer expectations, how industries address the evolving demands of their customers, and how health ...

Family fashion

  Today’s families are busy! Whew! Parents work hard from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — or later — and then make a mad dash to watch their children compete in a soccer match, perform in a band concert or any number of extracurricular activities ...

Magic awards $10,000 scholarship

Steward Speakers Series featured Earvin Magic Johnson in the season finale at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown. Johnson is the CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises. Johnson provided Tiana Woodridge, a sophomore at Tindley Accelerated High School, ...

Spring back the classics

Stay in style this spring with fashion mainstays By Amber Sapenter Each spring when the weather warms and the flowers bloom we ditch our winter garb and opt for apparel that is both bright and bold. In the right hands, this combination can ...

Gary airport continues expansion

The Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority Board approved a contract with Burling Builders to start construction on a new corporate hangar. The new structure, known as the East Corporate Hanger, will cost nearly $1.3 million and is in line ...

Lafayette

Lafayette and West Lafayette offer small-town charm By Arriel Vinson The Wabash River passes through both Lafayette and West Lafayette, two historic Indiana cities. Lafayette was founded in 1825, with West Lafayette being founded about 35 years ...

Filling the gap

Contractors and freelancers and temps … oh, my By Lauren Caggiano Temporary, part-time or contract help can be a boon to companies facing tight budgets and tighter deadlines. But with the added help comes a need for employers to do their due ...

Made in Indiana

Eight products to make you proud to be a Hoosier By Keshia McEntire Founded by Julie Bolejack, Chocolate for the Spirit sells artisan chocolate in Indiana and beyond. The treats include chocolate bars, toffee and chocolate barks and are ...