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Street Savvy: 49th and College

The city's only hot-sauce tasting bar, homesteading boutique, and moto-style men's shop fill out Recess's corner. Read more...

Street Savvy: East 10th Steet

Regulars at scrappy little Tin Comet Coffee leave their favorite mugs—dated vessels touting IHOP, Florida travel, The Far Side, and so on—hanging on a wall for use on return visits. Read more...

Street Savvy: Bloomington

Just west of the courthouse square, grown-up Bloomington (and one fun spot for kids) awaits. Read more...

Street Savvy: Downtown Westfield

“Westfield is still pretty homey and keeps its heritage. In the summer, we perform vignettes in the cemeteries about prominent figures interred there.” Read more...

Street Savvy: Speedway

Dawson’s on Main has only been open for a few years, but it feels like an old town favorite. Read more...

Street Savvy: Kokomo

Kokomo Opalescent Glass opened in 1888 with Louis Comfort Tiffany as a client. On a five-buck factory tour, you’ll feel the heat from the original furnace, visit the master glass-blower’s studio, see where employees signed the walls more than 100 years ago, and shop for art glass. Read more...