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Bridging the past and the present

By Breanna Cooper EVERY FAMILY HAS A unique history. Thanks to the popularity of websites like Ancestry.com and television shows such as “Who Do You...

Bringing the digital world into cooking

By Ben Lashar and Tyler Fenwick COOKING HAS COME A LONG way since people foraged for produce by hand and cooked meat with mostly fire...

Coding boot camps: skills for today and tomorrow

By Ben Lashar WHETHER YOU’RE A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT trying to determine your next move, an adult looking to change careers, or you want to...

Editor's Page

Excitement is in the air in Indiana

By Oseye Boyd This issue is a special one. Every January, Indiana Minority Business Magazine recognizes individuals and organizations that prioritize diversity. They’re collectively known...

The next great techpreneuer could be from Indiana

By Oseye Boyd I don’t consider myself a techie, but I do love technology. I love my smartphone (I’m a dedicated Apple fan so the...

Providing Hoosiers with options

By Oseye Boyd As someone who is a big proponent of education, I’m a firm believer in options. To me, education equals options. I also...

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Skill Set

Changing lives one injury at a time

By Breanna Cooper FOR NEARLY TWO YEARS, Jenna Casale has worked as an athletic trainer at the Athletico Physical Therapy branch in Greenfield. There, she...

Features

Struggles, success and fortunes

By Tyler Fenwick A NEW EXHIBIT FROM THE Indiana Historical Society will take visitors more than 100 years into the past to visit Madam C.J. Walker’s...

More than sports

By Breanna Cooper IT’S NO SURPRISE THAT BEING INVOLVED IN group sports helps youth and adults grow and learn new skills. For those with physical and intellectual...

Preventing sports-related injuries

By Breanna Cooper ESPN ESTIMATES THAT 21.5 American children participate in a group sport. While there are obvious health benefits to staying active, contact sports pose a risk...

The great garden getaway 

By Miranda Miller  IF YOU’VE EVER BEEN THE ENVY OF YOUR workplace because you received a big, bright bouquet of roses, daisies or lilies, you...

Long-term care close to home

By Brytnie Devon BEFORE TRANQUILITY Nursing And Rehab opened its doors in May 2019, Indiana residents needing long-term care for traumatic brain injury (TBI) or...

Ivy Tech Community College creates new diversity position

By Abbie Willans IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE officials made diversity a major focus in 2019 and soon realized officials needed to expand their offices and...
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Columnists

Nonprofit offers opportunities in media to youth

By Dennis J. Jarrett By Dennis J. Jarrett Access. Train. Connect. These are the three pillars that signify the mission of The Next Generation Initiative (NextGen),...

Work Style

Oh, so cool fall fashions

  By Sidney Morgan The arrival of fall doesn’t mean fashion takes a back seat as we dress in coats and jackets to protect us from...

Latest Articles

Long-term care close to home

By Brytnie Devon BEFORE TRANQUILITY Nursing And Rehab opened its doors in May 2019, Indiana residents needing long-term care for traumatic brain injury (TBI) or...

La Porte: A town with plenty of intimate attractions

WHEN LA PORTE WAS settled in 1832, it took just three years for the small settlement to grow to the size required to be...

A&I Variety MeaTs and Produce helps quell effects of food insecurity

By Tyler Fenwick ROBERT HEARST HAD AN “aha” moment after visiting family in mississippi and getting to see his cousins’ grocery store.  Why couldn’t he do...

Bridging the past and the present

By Breanna Cooper EVERY FAMILY HAS A unique history. Thanks to the popularity of websites like Ancestry.com and television shows such as “Who Do You...

Excitement is in the air in Indiana

By Oseye Boyd This issue is a special one. Every January, Indiana Minority Business Magazine recognizes individuals and organizations that prioritize diversity. They’re collectively known...

CICF working with community to create Inclusive City

By Leroy Robinson When Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) announced its five-year strategic plan in 2019, the question most asked was, “How will they do...
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