The Side Piece

Finish this sentence…”If I won the lottery I would…(insert proclamation here)”. Was purchasing a big house your answer? If so, we have a whopper for you. Let’s take a peak at the most expensive home in Indianapolis that is currently for sale. The home built in 2010 boasts 4 bedrooms and 8 baths with 9,782 […]

Popular foods in Indiana include a tenderloin sandwich, deep fried pickles, pulled pork and sugar cream pie. Indianapolis may not have been known as a foodie destination, however that is changing. Indianapolis is getting credited as one of the 11 best up-and-coming culinary destinations in the United States by Food & Wine. The magazine has […]

Evan Low who is currently serving in the California Assembly has co-authored a bill for Californians to have a shorter work week. The measure would implement a four-day work week, dropping from 40 hours to 32 – and require overtime pay beyond that. The four-day work week would apply to companies with 500  employees or […]

The other day while driving into work, I was heading east into downtown Indianapolis with the sun pouring onto my windshield. The sun flares created a beautiful halo around the city. The morning presented in a lovely sun-filled way compared to the past weekend of third winter. It made me excited to be “back home […]

Tiger Woods may not have finished The Masters in the position he was hoping, however, his famous irons from the “Tiger Slam” era sold for $5.1 million over the weekend. That is 8 TIMES what they sold for in 2013. While Woods won’t be cashing in on his former clubs, someone is. The sports memorabilia […]

“Age isn’t a number, it’s a mind-set.” “You’re not getting older, you’re getting better”. Why do some people age gracefully and some never seem to age at all? There is a category of people in their golden years who appear to be just as active and cognitive as their younger peers.  This is a group […]

Water may be Indiana’s official beverage but it’s National Beer Day, so let’s raise a pint to one of the oldest drinks on earth! In surveys and polls over the past two decades, American drinkers consistently choose beer as their favorite alcoholic beverage. The beer industry in the United States turns annual profits of over […]

Nuclear explosions can cause significant damage and loss of life as a result from blast, heat, and radiation. Russian President Vladimir Putin has brought the war much closer to home with his decision to put his nuclear forces on high alert. What would happen in Indianapolis if a nuclear event occurred? A 1986 Nuclear Blast […]

Breadsticks & Cheese sauce…my two favorite food groups! In some US restaurants, breadsticks are soft, frequently topped with butter and garlic and served as appetizers. Many places will offer marinara or an herbed-up EVOO for dipping. How To Eat Like A Hoosier I like to dunk my breadsticks into warm melted cheese. A question was […]

Do you consider yourself middle class? Many people do as they don’t think they are rich enough for upper class and most people don’t want to say they are lower income, so middle class it is. What actually is the middle class? The Pew Research Center defines middle class, or middle-income households, as those with […]