This week’s cover story is a profile of Rep. Andre Carson, the first Muslim appointed to the House Intelligence Committee.
Gear and Beer — Blue Moon Revue: “In each edition of this feature, Alderman will take a local band out for beers at a local brewery, and chat about their gear.”
R'lyeh, Color Out Of Space reviewed : “Those suggesting our local Indianapolis metal scene lacks depth or originality need only listen to Indianapolis instrumental metal pioneers R'lyeh before immediate recanting becomes necessary.”
“The idea of ‘healing foods’ is as old as the practice of eating itself. From the ancient Ayurvedic texts, to old Greeks like Pliny, everybody’s been trying to use food as medicine. In its modern iteration, the notion of ‘healing foods’ is much more about eating less processed nutrition than, say, drinking beet juice to cure your gout. These days, modern diets are undergoing a whole foods makeover, and never more than now do we need people like Allie McFee, a chef and healing foods expert and instructor.”
“Although he didn't take the stage, once-Indy resident Rhymefest snagged an Oscar for ‘Glory’ as a co-writer.”