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All The Way Home: Author Dan Wakefield On Returning To Indianapolis

Maybe the time had come to defy Kurt’s injunction against my return in his review of ‘Going All the Way,’ and instead remember his declaration that we could be writers in our hometown as well as anywhere else.

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Talking Indy’s Creativity with Creative Mornings

The one where we celebrate Indy’s creativity with Brittany Mason of Creative Mornings: IND.

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Election Postmortem With Adam Wren

An in-depth chat on the outcome of the election and what it all means for the city, state, and Mike Pence in the White House.

Dressing Downton
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Day Trip: Dressing Downton Fashion in South Bend

Costumes in the ‘Dressing Downton’ exhibition include hunting tweeds, formal gowns, servant get-ups, and a splendid purple number Maggie Smith wore.

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Election Preview with Brandon Smith

We talk local politics, political coverage, and a new gig for Brandon Smith on this week’s podcast.

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Indy Eleven, The Hottest Ticket in Town

Indy Eleven’s Colin Falvey and John Koluder join us for a chat on Indy’s football squad with an undefeated home record.

LAS VEGAS, NV - SEPTEMBER 23: Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnel attend the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena on September 23, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)
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Bad Chad Returns on Bachelor Ben’s New Show

It will be fun, they said.

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What We’re Really Doing This Weekend: Halloween Pre-Game, Heartland, and More

An Indiana-set Heartland movie, a bestselling author reading, and spooky music.

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Film in Indy

Episode 5 of the Talking IN Circles podcast from Indianapolis Monthly features a conversation with Heartland Film Festival’s Greg Sorvig. Heartland is celebrating its 25th year with a record number of films and entries. We chat Hoosier filmmaking, Star Wars, and celebrity sightings with the Director of Programming and Marketing.

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Hoosier Halloween: Spooky Shows and Films with Indy Connections

“I couldn’t get past episode three or four. Too scary.”

One Day in May
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New Book Captures Hoosierness in 142 Captivating (and Quirky) Images

The images, which span from 2:44 a.m. to 11:39 p.m. on May 20, depict scenes both sweeping and intimate, iconic and idiosyncratic, in cities, towns, and countryside

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Indianapolis Monthly Podcast: Hoosiers Are Funny

The Comedy Crossroads Festival is more proof that Indianapolis is turning into a world-class city.

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Jordan Peele Comes to Indy

“All of what I do contains an element of social relevance. I love projects that feel like they couldn’t have been made two years ago.”

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The Podcast on Politics and Education: Indianoplace, Importantville, and Charter Schools

A lively discussion on the role Indianapolis is playing in the November elections and a look at the state of charter schools in Indianapolis.

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A Conversation with Tom and Kelley French, Authors of Juniper

“I would ask the doctors, ‘Will Juniper be normal? Will she go to kindergarten?’ They said they didn’t know.”

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