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Catching Up With MasterChef Winner Kelsey Murphy

After a COVID-19 delay, Fishers resident Kelsey Murphy brought home this season’s MasterChef win.

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Indy Reads Starts A New Chapter In Fountain Square

The nonprofit’s bookstore makes room for reading in downtown’s newest shopping hotspot.

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Robert Weide On His New Vonnegut Documentary

Nearly 40 years after Robert Weide began working on a documentary about Indiana author Kurt Vonnegut, the film finally hits screens this month. We caught up with the director to ask, among other things: What took so much time?

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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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Leah Johnson Is Back With Another Hit Novel

After releasing her first novel to national acclaim last year, the YA author returns with a new queer love story.

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Good Bones Recap: Season Premiere

A season filmed during the pandemic and a pregnancy nevertheless feels like the show we know and love.

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Indy’s Tiara Thomas Is Halfway To An EGOT

We spoke with the Lawrence North graduate in the wake of her winning a Grammy and Oscar in the same year.

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The Anthropocene Reviewed, Reviewed

John Green’s first nonfiction book is out this month. Indiana features in it as prominently as his wide-ranging curiosity.

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How Austin’s Only Doctor Fought HIV In A Town Indiana Left Behind

In his new book, “Canary in the Coal Mine,” William Cooke recounts the opioid epidemic that led to the infamous 2015 outbreak.

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Please, Please, Please Join My Podcast

Monthly Weekly host Derek Robertson pitches (editor’s note: begs) his dream guests on calling into the show.

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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.

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The Complete Guide To Indy’s Burgeoning Podcast-Industrial Complex

Whether you have a taste for murder, could use a stiff drink, or just want some company on a run, we have the right local podcast for you.

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