On Saturday, April 27, literary hubs around the state are going to give a toast to each bookstore that is ran by passionate readers.
4 Things That May Surprise You About John Green
I came away amazed at how deftly he juggles it all.”
Ask Me Anything: Charlotte Pence
“There were people standing and clapping for us as well as booing, so I felt a range of emotions. One thing I realized: We’re at a new level now.”
Daniel S. Comiskey
Hank Green’s First Novel Is An Absolutely Remarkable Thing
Enter: John Green. Wearing a bumblebee suit.
Why kids are skipping time-outs in favor of “chime outs.”
AMA: Jim Davis, Garfield Cartoonist
“When you’re dealing with absolutes like eating and sleeping, every generation can relate to that.”
The Midwest Writers Workshop Scandal
Roxane Gay sent a flurry of tweets to her 421,000 followers, blasting the MWW for its “fatphobia.”
Why Top Chef Isn’t Filming In Indianapolis
Maybe Padma knew she would eventually be GIF’ed making St. Elmo shrimp cocktail face.
Mystery Mike, Rare Book Dealer
“You can cheat people blind if you want to,” Mike Bursaw says. “But how do you look in the mirror if you do that kind of stuff?”
The Funniest Team IndyCar Moments From The Amazing Race
That time they dressed in French-fry costumes.
New History Book Explores “The Midwest’s Moment”
There’s more than small-town snoops, redneck farmers, and zealous theocrats in Indiana.
Six Best Tidbits From New Book About The Jacksons
Andrew Luck Takes Book Club To Airwaves
The radio program continues Luck’s support of public broadcasting and WFYI. Last year, he and his father, Oliver Luck, recorded a series of fundraising spots for the station in which they affirmed their enjoyment of National Public Radio programming.
Because Dogs Are Cute And Indiana University Is Pretty
‘Campus Canines’ is all shining coats and wiggling butts and wet noses and fetching red bandanas and big clumsy paw—pooch “person”-ality in spades—set against golden-hour backdrops of Bloomington limestone, hardwoods, and flowers.
Speed Read: Vinyl Destination
Downloading the latest album can’t compete with the camaraderie of Record Store Day, April 22, which brings together music mavens from all over the city.