Eight of the redheads swing into town as the International Orangutan Center opens on May 24.
Via @PetethePlanner: "Weird day in Indy. The city got 3rd for #SuperBowl2018. The Pacers got 2nd in their playoff game. And @iamjoshkaufman got 1st on The Voice."
Hoosiers statewide are presumably inclined to pull for Kaufman, and the truth of the matter is this: He is the best vocalist on the show.
Q Artistry led in terms of quirk factor, and spoken-word poet Tasha Jones continued her striking series of turns.
What's more, Ed Sheeran made a surprise appearance to announce that he will perform on the season finale. He may play "All of the Stars," a song he wrote for The Fault in Our Stars film based on John Green's hit YA novel.
Coach Usher picked “Love Runs Out” by OneRepublic, which was an excellent decision matched with perfect timing. America finally saw a comfortable Josh Kaufman meander about the stage as if it’s where he belongs—and it is.
The five remaining contestants will each perform two songs live for America with hopes of seizing a coveted spot in the finals. Follow along with us!
Ron Swanson's Pyramid of Greatness will soon be ancient history.
In an exclusive interview, McAfee recounted the time, just ahead of the 2009 NFL draft, when he appeared in a pro-wrestling match. Here, in his own words, is what went down.
Kaw Lah is one of thousands of refugees who have fled Myanmar in recent decades. Official statistics put the number of Burmese asylum-seekers in Indiana at around 15,000, but some estimate that as many as 20,000 have resettled here.