The corporate employee turned personal chef dishes on all things MasterChef, Gordon Ramsay, and the toughest ingredient to work with.
The pandemic shredded our sense of security—and Jessica Gershman is here to help us ease out into the world again.
From landing a post-graduation job amid sky-high unemployment rates to solo-traveling abroad. What can she not do?
She started out as a waitress fresh out of college and eventually became the editor-in-chief of a newspaper. Talk about hustle.
How designers from around the city came together with Polina Osherov and PATTERN to create a unique cut-and-sew facility for the city’s burgeoning fashion industry.
She originally wanted to be a journalist, but oh how the tables turned after graduation.
Get to know this amazing Indy organization that’s kind of like Camp Rock, but better.
The owner of Dream Dinners dishes on picky eaters, the importance of family meals, and how to make them fun—especially after a year of serious togetherness.
Jayne During likes to fly by the seat of her pants to find new, diverse art to introduce to the community.
Staying in comfy clothes all day might be the dream, but it costs more than you’d think.