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Amanda Boyd Walters


Comps: Pleasant Ridge Homes for Sale

What's on the market in Pleasant Ridge

Comps: Homearama Houses For Sale

It's a block party! Homearama houses hit the market.

Great Room: Into the Woods

One space does triple duty for a young family in Anderson Township.

Crumbs: Late Summer Dining News

A roundup of dining news tidbits.

You Should Be Eating This: Dewey’s Cuban

Heading to Dewey's on Saturday night was my husband's idea. When he opened his menu, his eyes widened. "The Cuban!" he said.

Spotted: Tom + Chee

This morning on my way to work, I nearly broke my neck doing a double take. It looked like the new Tom + Chee location at 420 Walnut was open!

Lunch Break: Jean-Robert’s Table

What: The French Lunch Tray, with soup, salad, entrée and dessert Where: Jean-Robert's Table, 713 Vine St., (513) 621-4777, jrtable.com

Drink This: Mt. Carmel Brewing Company Beer

What: Mt. Carmel Nut Brown Ale (pictured); Mt. Carmel Summer Ale; Jones' Barrel-Aged IPA; Third Shift Imperial Coffee Stout Where: Mt. Carmel Brewing Company's new tasting room at the brewery, 4362 Mt. Carmel-Tobasco Rd., mtcarmelbrewingcompany.com

Grave Matters: Five Final Resting Places

William Brown, 1759–1808
Fulton-Mechanics-Presbyterian Cemetery, plot lost
Connecticut-born Brown, a member of the Continental Army, carried the flag that led the “Forlorn Hope,” a 20-man squad that was first into battle in the siege of Yorktown in Virginia in 1781. For his service, George Washington personally awarded him the Badge of Military Merit, which is akin to the modern day Medal of Honor.

Road Food

Indiana food trails satisfy an appetite for travel.