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Avani Gregg, Indiana’s Biggest Social Media Star, Publishes Her Autobiography

Backstory: My Life So Far drops this month.
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The New Podcast Offering Lessons On How To “Be A Good Homebody”

Meet the DePauw student who launched "Words of the Wise," a podcast that shares the stories and wisdom of the elderly.
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Hanif Abdurraqib On Indie Bookstores, Soul Train Reruns, And His Upcoming Butler Residency

We chatted with the acclaimed critic and poet as he kicks off a stint as Booth Tarkington Writer-in-Residence.
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Riffing On Bowie, Funkadelic And More With Indy Poet Adrian Matejka

"Somebody Else Sold the World" is the first of two 2021 music-inspired books by the former Poet Laureate of Indiana.
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The Civil Rights-Era Activist Who Cleaned Up Indianapolis

Long before Keep Indianapolis Beautiful had us planting trees and adopting medians, Mattie Coney campaigned for cleaner streets.

Michael Rubino On What A Great City Magazine Can Do

The Indy Monthly editor-in-chief (and Derek's boss) joins the pod to talk about his approach to helping guide a community institution.

The Jazz Age Origins Of “Naptown”

Indianapolis’ often-misunderstood nickname has a long, rich history.

Megan Fernandez On The Straightforward Charm Of “Good Bones”

The Indy Monthly home editor talks about her profile of Mina Hawk, and how with the show's homespun charm, what you see is what you get.

Adam Wren On Reporting The Rise And Fall Of Scott Jones

The Insider correspondent joins the podcast to talk about his feature from the August issue on the local tech mogul's elusive comeback.
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Guns N’ Roses’ Indiana History

The Return of (Indiana's) Monsters of Rock.
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A Conversation With Bloomington’s Own Durand Jones And The Indications

The internationally acclaimed soul band recently released their third studio album, ‘Private Space.’
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“Saturday Night Fever” Is Coming To The Civic Theatre

For their first full-attendance show in more than a year, a group of young thespians from around central Indiana are putting on the 1970s-era classic.
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Get To Know The Eccentric, Potato-Filled Traditions Of Pierogi Fest

Whiting's annual celebration of all things Polish has a little bit of something for everyone.
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Indiana’s Hoops Obsession In Podcast Form

In 49 other states, it’s just basketball. In Indiana, it’s, well, a podcast. Many of them, actually, befitting the state’s hoops obsession.

Stephen Holder Isn’t Holding Back

Says the The Athletic's National NFL Writer: "I don’t think it’s something I actively think about. It’s just me being me."

Antron Brown Knew He Would Spend His Life At The Track

Brown was built for speed.

Ball State Is Out To Prove 2020 Was No Fluke

Ball State—a Cardinal squad filled with Hoosiers—is putting together a winning drive to be your Indiana college football team

My Colts, My Choice: The DadBall Era’s 2021 Colts Preview

Just because I’ve never played football and don’t even watch it all that much doesn’t mean that my football opinions are any less valid than those of the experts.
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Makeshift Race Weekend

Is it still Race Weekend without the Race? Yep.
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Getting There

There’s no Dr. Spock instructional book for this particular stretch of parenting.
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The N-95 Mask Half Full

Is this pandemic also the “best of times?” No, of course not. This is awful and only a delusional monster would say otherwise.
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It’s All Sinking In Now

Last week we didn't have time to think about this mess we're in. This week is different.
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