“We’re not nervous about the large audience. We’re nervous about the history of the song and the expectations that the people of Indiana have for that moment.”
Who can blame the TV late-night legend and native Hoosier for sticking around longer than he intended? It’s hard to say goodbye to family.
My mother insisted I know how to read music even if I couldn’t perform it, and maybe that was good enough.
First-place categories for IM stories included Medical, Business, and Sports reporting, as well as Column and Features writing.
An oral history of the funniest guy ever to call Indy home.
I needed air. I felt like my Aunt Rose, who, during bouts of heart failure, would venture out onto her condo balcony to catch her breath.
More than 100 judges from the likes of Vanity Fair, ESPN the Magazine, and The New Yorker picked the finalists.
The prospect of being confined to a vehicle worried me far less than the thought of listening to Philosophy and Intellectual History, Volume 2 for 18 hours.
If kids knew what to do, they’d be adults. It’s our job to turn them into the latter.
Perfectly decent human beings, like me for instance, are made to feel like losers for driving a 1999 Toyota Corolla.
I assume your company has overhead, which is usually covered by revenue from consumers like me. And if enough of them have difficulty similar to mine, you should be concerned.
Are people wandering the streets muttering “I wish I had a doughnut,” and a score of doughnut shops appear? Or do the stores come first?
Responses to Philip Gulley’s opinion column
The convenience of pulling out a device makes it too easy to snap everything.
Given my experience and obvious affinity for Keystone at the Crossing, no one is better qualified to be mayor of the area than I.
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