Shauna L Nosler

Shauna L Nosler

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Cauiflower article

Top 5 Food Trends 2017

Trends are just that—trends. They come and go. Some we welcome with outstretched arms and adopt new ideas, new products, and new ways of living into our daily lives

Go red article

The First Step to a Healthy Heart, Exercise

Real People. Real Change. Awarding individuals dedicated to improving their overall well-being ...

Yippee article

Whiskey is a whiskey, but is a whiskey a bourbon? A bourbon a ...

Take some water and corn, add little wheat, barley or rye, mix together at no more than 160 proof then put it into a container when it’s no more than 125 proof, but be sure to take it out before it reaches 79 proof ...

Cake boss article

Baking Advice from the Cake Boss Himself

Buddy Valastro knows a thing or two about baking. He has, after all, made some of the world’s most famous cakes let alone some of the largest and well, oddest ...

Indiana farm article

This Old Farm: Beyond the Family Business | Edible Indy

Farmers make food. They nurture livestock, tend to crops and supply food for people both near and far. Sounds easy enough. But, sadly, it’s not so simple ...

Daughtry 2013 article

Best Local Venues for Live Music in Indianapolis

Indianapolis has its fair share of large concert venues―ones that can seat upwards of 70,000 people at that―but the city also has all kinds of smaller, more intimate settings where you can enjoy your favorite bands. Here's a short, but diverse list ...

Michael symon at getgo article

Food You Can Trust

Celebrity chef Michael Symon knows what it’s like to be on the road ...

Driving  downtown indianapolis article

Places & Rankings | US News Best Places to Live

Indianapolis is a great place to visit. But what makes Indy such a splendid place to stop over makes it an even better place to live. Home to one of the world's largest children's museums, as well as professional and college sports teams and miles of recreational trails ...

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6 Bars On The University of Oregon Campus

Like most college watering holes, the bars on the University of Oregon's campus are many and their loyal patrons vary greatly in taste, age and personality. What makes one bar a favorite spot for one person, might make it another's least favorite. Bu......

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Best Place to Stop Along the Southern Part of Hwy 65

If you live in the Midwest and you plan to travel south in search of warmer weather this winter—or for spring break or an extended weekend for that matter—plan to stop in Montgomery, Alabama; a city with a rich history and thriving downto......

Pink article


Breast cancer is nothing new. In fact, the first description of cancer of any kind was discovered in 1860 when an ancient Egyptian text was uncovered describing eight cases of tumors, or ulcers of the breast. Even so ....

Marriott bar article

Where to Watch College Football in Indianapolis

Yes, yes. It's still summer—but, if you're a college football fan, you're probably itching for the season to start. Good news, you'll be able to scratch that itch in no time with the official first day of college football competition beginning Friday, August 26th when California takes on Hawaii at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia ...

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Most Haunted Places in Indianapolis

Everyone loves a good haunting and here in the Hoosier state there are plenty of places to get your scare on. Here is a short list of five places near downtown Indy known to be more than a bit eerie and thought by many to be haunted. Just know that...

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What to do in Indianapolis When Your Flight is Delayed

It's no fun to be stranded. Well, unless you're on a tropical island with no care in the world. But, if you're flying the friendly skies trying to make it home for your son's baseball game, or trying to get to a work event on time, and hear a voice...

Food and wine article

2016 Indianapolis Food, Wine and Art Festivals

Indianapolis is known by many as the "Racing Capital of the World"—but come this August 26-28, the Circle City will look and feel more like a food and wine lovers paradise than a car-racing mecca ...