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Sam Stall

An illustration of an orangutan touching hands with a girl through the glass at a zoo.
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The Hoosierist: Fur and Away

Q: Last spring, some zoos reported that their animals “missed” having visitors. Which Indianapolis Zoo tenants seemed to suffer most? A: Since most of the zoo’s critters have spent their entire lives on lockdown, weathering a pandemic doesn’t seem like that big of a deal. And indeed it wasn’t, according to Melanie Laurendine, the Indianapolis […]

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The Hoosierist: Germ Warfare

The dirty work of being a custodian has only gotten dirtier in the era of COVID-19.

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The Hoosierist: Fur The Win

Worthy mascots, the Kokomo Hum, and our limestone quarries. Ask The Hoosierist.

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The Right Tool For The Times

This handy tool, that fits easily on your keychain, will change how you come into contact with the outside world.

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A Mighty Wind: Ask The Hoosierist

Tornado claims, Ball jars, and aging arcade games.

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Quick Q&A: Neil deGrasse Tyson

“I’m not the total a-hole that people think I am.”

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The Hoosierist: A Sticky Situation

Our maple syrup industry, renamed city streets, and a second Athenaeum. Ask The Hoosierist.

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Where To Hang With Your Dog

Indianapolis is way kinder to canines than it was just a decade ago—just look at the plethora of places you can now bring your pooch. Who’s ready to go for a walk?

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The Hoosierist: A Different Spin

TV drones, rural internet, and Amazon’s massive Indiana distribution centers. Ask the Hoosierist.

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The Hoosierist: That’s A Wrap

Holiday light hassles, the King Cole Building, and lax dress codes. Ask the Hoosierist.

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Quick Q&A: Dr. Kara Cooney

Who run the world? Girls.

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The Hoosierist: Flight Risk?

How safe are discount airlines?

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Quick Q&A With Lauren Molina Of The Skivvies

“We’ve been told that after the first five or 10 minutes, they actually forget we’re in our underwear, because they’re so focused on the music and the comedy.”

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The Hoosierist: Flipping The Bird

Irritable turkeys, museum security, and Tonic Ball talent. Ask the Hoosierist.

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Shining A Light: What To Expect

“We can now program more than 16 million color combinations.”

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