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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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A Massive Digital Gallery Is Coming To Newfields

Newfields’ massive digital gallery, THE LUME, debuts on the top floor this month. The multisensory experience sheds light on art in a dramatic new way.

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Riffing On Bowie, Funkadelic And More With Indy Poet Adrian Matejka

“Somebody Else Sold the World” is the first of two 2021 music-inspired books by the former Poet Laureate of Indiana.

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Leah Johnson Is Back With Another Hit Novel

After releasing her first novel to national acclaim last year, the YA author returns with a new queer love story.

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Good Bones Recap: Season Premiere

A season filmed during the pandemic and a pregnancy nevertheless feels like the show we know and love.

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Our Guide To Carmel’s New Outdoor Living Room

The best food, drinks, and entertainment in the new Carmel development.

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Indy’s Tiara Thomas Is Halfway To An EGOT

We spoke with the Lawrence North graduate in the wake of her winning a Grammy and Oscar in the same year.

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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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The Return Of Rick

One of Indiana’s longshots finally hit this week. Rick Carlisle alone isn’t going to save the Pacers, but his hire shows they’re ready to get serious.

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Eight Fourth Of July Celebrations Around Indy

Get your patriotic fix of everything from baseball to bagpipes as the country celebrates its independence from the pandemic.

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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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Shawn Michael Warren On His Major Taylor Mural

The Chicago-based artist will debut his massive tribute to cycling champion Major Taylor at 11 S. Meridian St. this month.

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When Michael Jordan, Bob Knight, And The Epic Summer Of 1984 Came To Indianapolis

In between his college and pro careers, Jordan showed glimpses of his greatness in Indianapolis leading up to the Olympic Games.

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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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