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Michael Rubino On What A Great City Magazine Can Do

The Indy Monthly editor-in-chief (and Derek’s boss) joins the pod to talk about his approach to helping guide a community institution.

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The Jazz Age Origins Of “Naptown”

Indianapolis’ often-misunderstood nickname has a long, rich history.

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Megan Fernandez On The Straightforward Charm Of “Good Bones”

The Indy Monthly home editor talks about her profile of Mina Hawk, and how with the show’s homespun charm, what you see is what you get.

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Adam Wren On Reporting The Rise And Fall Of Scott Jones

The Insider correspondent joins the podcast to talk about his feature from the August issue on the local tech mogul’s elusive comeback.

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Niki Kelly On The Lawsuit Roiling State Politics And A Wild Off-Election Year

The longtime Fort Wayne Journal Gazette politics reporter joins the show to talk about Gov. Eric Holcomb’s lawsuit against the state.

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Michael DeCourcy On The Supreme Court Decision That’s Shaking Up College Sports

The veteran Sporting News reporter joins the podcast to talk about the impact increased player compensation could have on the NCAA.

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Dr. Aaron E. Carroll Returns To Talk Pandemic Successes And Failures, Risk Management, And Writing

Indiana University’s newly-minted Chief Health Officer is back with an update as COVID cases continue their steady decline.

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Meet The WWII-Era Joe Exotic Predecessor From Miami County

Jungleland, the winter quarters of the Terrell Jacobs Wild Animal Circus, was a fierce example of Indiana’s circus history.

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Charles Harrison Of Indianapolis Ten Point Coalition On Indy’s Gun Violence Epidemic

The Rev. Dr. Charles Harrison of Barnes United Methodist Church is one of the founders of Indianapolis Ten Point Coalition, which dates back to the late 1990s as a community group that patrols the streets of high-crime neighborhoods in an attempt to defuse and de-escalate violent crime. As those crime rates creep back toward levels […]

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James Briggs On Indy’s Wild Housing Market, The Politics Of COVID, And More

The Indianapolis Star columnist joins the Monthly Weekly to talk about what the past year has looked like from his editorial perch.

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Self-Driving Vehicles Are Here, Indy

You can take a free spin at IUPUI right now.

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A Made-Over Concert Venue On The River Is Coming… Well, Soon-ish

Downtown welcomes a new venue as concert season gets underway, but don’t expect the schedule to jam just yet.

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The 500 Is Back, And This Time It Counts

After a two-year wait, we’ll never again take for granted the traditions and memories associated with the Greatest Spectacle in Racing.

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Prof. Sheila Kennedy On Why Indianapolis Works The Way It Does — And Occasionally Doesn’t

The O’Neill professor and veteran of Indy civic life talks all things Unigov, as well as the city’s complicated political realities.

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Windsor Park, Indy’s Booming New Neighborhood

The Circle City Industrial Complex and Spades Park now have company adjacent to downtown.

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