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Home inspections: What they are and why you should get one
Before you place a bid on your dream home, here are a few things to know about home inspections—and why they’re so important.
Chef Massimo Bottura: An Artiere of Italian Cuisine
Where else would you meet with an avowed art-lover and aficionado but in a museum? Massimo Bottura was spending his downtime the day before the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards gala in New York City in his favorite environment: surrounded by the work of artists he reveres. We have had many conversations in unusual locales, including a bacchanalian Gelinaz event in Lima when the detail-oriented chef was worked up over the fact that his octopus dessert would have to hold until the wee hours of the morning before being served.
It’s not just Kellyanne: How news organizations inadvertently spread “alternative facts”
The way they construct stories makes it likely that readers will believe things that aren’t true
Renovations underway on Good Hall main entrance
Built in 1904, Good Hall was the University’s first and only structure for nearly 50 years. It was named after UIndy’s third president, I.J. Good, and was home to the first University president, Rev. John Roberts. Good Hall has served as an administrative and academic building, library and chapel over the years. The building is currently home to the Shaheen College of Arts & Sciences, with the History & Political Science, Anthropology and Criminal Justice Departments housed there. Good Hall holds a special place in the hearts of University alumni, students and faculty, and it has become a landmark on the Indianapolis south side whose continuing presence reinforces the University’s reputation as an important community anchor…