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Time to Ask for the Bill

Time to Ask for the Bill

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May 17, 2016

Wow. Look where we are. After over a year of everything from appetizers to dessert, it is time to let go. We’ve reviewed Indy’s best, delivered top lists for every occasion, and truly given to you, the students, a valued food perspective on one of the nation's most underground and burgeoning food...

Food on First Friday

Food on First Friday

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March 2, 2016

First Friday is essentially an unofficial holiday in Indianapolis. It started as the night that nearly every art gallery holds their monthly art openings, featuring some amazing pieces of art from up-and-coming, and often very underground artists. However, in recent years, the event has evolved to encomp...

Hip Hop Club Fosters Self-Expression

Students participate in one of Hip Hop Club’s weekly meetings. The club has been billed as a place that fosters self-expression. “We are still discovering ourselves, self-expression is one of the ways in which we can shape and influence our identity,” Jane Yu, Hip Hop Club president and junior, said. “(The meetings) promote a healthy way of expressing oneself and inspiring others.”

Beats

January 29, 2016

Hip Hop Club meets every week to practice their dance routines. The club has been billed as a place for those who value self-expression. Jane Yu, Hip Hop Club president and junior, encouraged all students to attend the meetings.  “We gather, put on music, dance independently, (and) sometimes cypher...

Korean Cooking

Korean Cooking

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January 21, 2016

[divider] [/divider] Korean Barbeque. Something so warming to the soul and something that brings you close to family. The variety of colorful kimchis and the wet pop of the sizzling bulgogi meat or short rib. Kbbq is a magical experience. Fortunately for us, the Circle City blesses us with a handful ...

Hip Hop Club Plans Spring Events

 Jane Yu, Hip Hop Club president and junior, dances during the club’s November 10th meeting. The club plans to continue its weekly meetings through the end of the year and participate in events, like the club’s annual ND Battle, where it can put dance towards charity. “It helps me to be confident, to express (myself), and to inspire,” Yu said.

Beats

November 16, 2015

CHS’ Hip Hop Club is finishing up its fall semester with its final weekly meetings. The club is also planning for the spring semester, which will include long-term charitable events. Jane Yu, Hip Hop Club president and junior, said she encourages students to attend the meetings and join the club. ...

Amelia’s

Amelia's

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October 28, 2015

Smell that scent? It's the greatest new business to come to Indy in 2015, Amelia’s Bakery! Although it has existed at farmers markets and in Bluebeard for a handful of years, this is the bakery’s first storefront location. The bakery is in the heart of the foodie haven of Fletcher Place. It is locate...

Hip Hop Club Finds New Sponsor, Plans Meetings

Kelley Yu, Hip Hop Club president, practices during one of the club’s weekly meetings. The club recently found a new sponsor and has planned to keep its weekly meetings going. “It is where students can freely express themselves,” Yu said.

Beats

September 24, 2015

CHS’s Hip Hop Club has managed to find a new sponsor. The club has also began its weekly meetings. Meetings take place every Tuesday from 3:15 p.m. until 4 p.m. in the commons area. Kelley Yu, Hip Hop Club president and junior, encourages students to join the club. “It is where students can fr...

Best Brunches Fall 2015

Best Brunches Fall 2015

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September 18, 2015

School is back in session and the temperatures are cooling down. It is officially time for brunch. Runny eggs, sizzling bacon, flavor-packed potatoes, what’s not to like? We have you covered with the best Indy brunches from egg sandwiches to belgian waffles. [divider]Restaurants[/divider] Milktooth This spot which opened last year to extreme fanfare has heate...

Locally Grown Gardens

Inside Locally Grown Gardens

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August 26, 2015

I have found it.   That’s all that I could think after eating at Locally Grown Gardens (1050 E 54th St) for the first time. This is THE Indy food Mecca. Located on a sleepy stretch of 54th street just down from the hot SoBro neighborhood on College Avenue, Locally Grown Gardens is all abo...

Rook

Rook

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April 30, 2015

In honor of the mess of AP and IB exams in the coming weeks, I have decided to put a review out about a food that is so heart-warmingly cozy, it may cure you of all exam-related anxieties. This food is no other than the intimate Japanese dish known as Ramen. The hands-down best bowl of ramen in the city...

Rocket 88 Doughnuts

Rocket 88 Doughnuts

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April 14, 2015

Rocket 88 Doughnuts, located at 874 Virginia Avenue on the main drag of Fountain Square, brings something to Indy that has never been as awesome before. Amazing artisanal desserts. We have eclipsed the era of the pre-packaged, elderly ingredients used by restaurants that are merely open for the sake...

EAT 317: Milktooth

Milktooth, 534 Virginia Avenue.

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March 26, 2015

Editor's Note: Eat 317 is a new blog run by HiLite staff member Danny Goldberg that reviews local food options. Read Eat 317's inaugural post here. Oh where can I start with this beautiful establishment? Milktooth, 534 Virginia Avenue, the brainchild of Jonathon Brooks previous chef at SoBro’s esteemed R...