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Southern inspired meals in high demand in Indianapolis

By Victoria Davis Enter Borel’s Cajun & Creole Cookery and you’ll feel like you’ve crossed into Louisiana. Splashes of purple, green and vibrant gold dominate the interior, trumpets and saxophones blare their funky jazz tunes over the ...

Borel’s Cajun & Creole Cookery

By Victoria Davis Enter Borel’s Cajun & Creole Cookery and you’ll feel like you’ve crossed into Louisiana. Splashes of purple, green and vibrant gold dominate the interior, trumpets and saxophones blare their funky jazz tunes over the ...

Grocer wins business with fresh goods, friendly service

By Leslie L. Fuller What does it take to fulfill the American Dream in a small town? Personal attention. Focusing on a niche. Emphasizing the basics. That’s why Anna Rosa Marin, 21, says her aunt and uncle’s small grocery store is ...

Career Consulting

Nichee points directionless clients toward professional success By Rebecca R. Bibbs Dea C. Lott knows all about pursuing an education and a career that’s not a good fit. After becoming pregnant while still in high school, the South Bend native ...

Sweet Treats

Nostalgia leads Carrie Abbott to update tried and true candy favorites By Rebecca R. Bibbs IN 2012, CARRIE ABBOTT LAUNCHED Indianapolis-based Newfangled Confections with Carrie’s Frittle® Candy, a sweet treat that combines the best of ...

Video Productions

Steven Manning establishes company after conquering bipolar disorder By Rebecca R. Bibbs In 2002, Fort Wayne videographer Steven Manning’s life changed drastically when he was diagnosed with the mental illness, bipolar disorder. That threw him ...