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Steve Raymer, “Welcome To Chindianapolis” Photographer

The Monthly Weekly chats with the veteran photojournalist about his December feature.

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Derek Schultz and the Indianapolis Colts’ Past, Present, and Future

The “Query and Schultz” co-host joins the show for our ’21 Colts post-mortem.

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Indianapolis Colts Recap: Wild Card, at Buffalo Bills

We’ve reached the end of the road.

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The Hoosierist: Big Bang Theory

Exploding manhole lids, winter weather, and Humvees.

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Scott Soltys-Curry, Creator Of The Indianapolis Coffee Guide

We’re buzzing in the new year with some coffee talk.

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On The Bright Side

‘Tis the season for long nights, Christmas stress, and yet another NBA opener. Here’s how to survive all three.

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The Indiana Pacers Are Pressing “Reset” On The Court—And In The Boardroom

The Indiana Pacers are changing their coach, their arena, and maybe their roster. And behind the scenes, owner Herb Simon is slowly ceding control of the team to his son, Steve.

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Indianapolis Colts Recap: Week 15, vs. Houston Texans

Playoffs or bust.

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When The Phoenix Theatre Burned The House Down

The late Bryan Fonseca’s playhouse once staged a show so controversial, police were stationed outside and a lawyer waited in the wings.

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Designing “Russian Doll,” With Michael Bricker

The Monthly Weekly speaks with the Indy native and Emmy-winning designer.

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Indianapolis Colts Recap: Week 14, at Las Vegas Raiders

The Colts dominated Oak- uh, Las Vegas, in a game with plenty of promising signs.

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Welcome To Chindianapolis

One of the largest populations of Burmese Chin refugees in the world lives on the south side of Indianapolis.

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The Hoosierist: Cranes, (Food) Trucks, And Horse-Drawn Automobiles

Sam Stall answers your questions about the fauna, mechanical and otherwise, stalking Indy’s streets.

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Winterlights’ Magic Returns to Newfields

Even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the museum grounds are alight with holiday cheer.

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Ryan Murphy and “The Prom,” with NPR’s Eric Deggans

The Monthly Weekly chats about the native Hoosier’s latest work.

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