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Books, TV & Radio

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Hoosier Artist’s Collaboration with Civil-Rights Icon Strikes a Chord

When it was released last month, the Washington Post wrote that March “should be stocked in every school and shelved at every library.”

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Flashback Photo: Happy Birthday, Angela Buchman!

We’ve been taken by her presence ever since she shot an iconic “Best of Indy” cover with us for the December 2003 issue of the magazine.

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Video: Angie Hicks on Watch What Happens Live!

The Indianapolis CEO worked it on Bravo’s hit talk show last night.

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Jane Pauley Visits, Shoots TV Show Segment

Smiling and laughing despite the heat, the Hoosier native was in Indy to shoot a segment for her Today series, “Life Reimagined,” at the Indianapolis International Airport.

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Flashback: Julie Perry's Confessions of a Yacht Stewardess

This month, Hoosier Julie Perry releases the second edition of a book that has turned into a bible for becoming a crew member on glamorous mega-yachts. Here’s the article that started it all.

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Q&A: Andy Murphy of Across the Arts (and Yes, Ryan's Mom)

“If you want the arts to thrive in your area, you have to support them with funding. Apparently, our community’s priorities are elsewhere.”

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Culture Counter: Green Screening

As a Nerdfighter, Hannah Lindgren did her best to keep her film on the group from becoming “a John Green fangirl piece.” In the photo accompanying this story, she had no such obligation.

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King of the Kill: An Excerpt of Frank Bill's New Novel, Donnybrook

His knees cracked down onto the cold, hard concrete floor. Jarhead followed him with the still-warm barrel of the gun. Touched the rear of Dote’s skull. … Jarhead was restless and a bit worried. He hadn’t beat on a bag since the robbery. He needed to expand his lungs. Feel some flesh give.

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LISTEN: Indy Monthly Crime Issue on WIBC Radio

Earlier this month, Ray Steele of WIBC 93.1 FM invited executive editor Evan West into the studio to discuss IM’s March Crime Issue (cover story: “How Safe Are You?”).

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Q&A: Bob Hammel, Co-Author with Bob Knight

IM: How did this book come to be? What were its roots?

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St. Elmo Was Ready for Its Close-Up at Parks and Rec Viewing Party

The Parks and Recreation producers also employed a lot of locals as extras and on the crew, and former U.S. House Speaker and presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich showed up at St. Elmo “completely out of the blue” during taping.

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Just Shoot Us: NBC's Parks and Rec show comes to Indy

 

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Baby Wait: Indy Couple Appears on Adoption TV Show

“Are you nervous about being a dad?”

“Yeah.”

“Why so?”

“They’re so small.”

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80 Writers Light Up Holiday Author Fair

Despite the unseasonably pleasant weather, Dec. 1 saw the Eugene and Marilyn Glick History Center decked out in Christmas finery for the 10th annual Holiday Author Fair. More than 80 authors from around the state came to meet stalwart fans and first-timers to the literary event.

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Listen Up: Authors Dan Wakefield, John Green on the Radio

You read about them in Indianapolis Monthly, now hear them on the radio: Indiana authors Dan Wakefield and John Green join host John Krull on the weekly talk show No Limits, airing on WFYI 90.1 FM on Thursday, Sept. 27, at 1 p.m.

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