The Quiet Joy Of An Indy 500 Listening Party

On that Sunday, as soon as I stepped outside my Broad Ripple home, I could hear the fuzzy broadcast in stereo coming from several neighbors’ porches and yards.

Q+A: Marcus Ericsson

Defending Indy 500 champion, Marcus Ericcson, hopes to grow the sport internationally.

Ed Carpenter Is One of Indy’s Favorite Sons

Ed Carpenter has always had a familial link to the Speedway. Because he embraces Indy, fans have always laid claim to him.

First Look: Alexander Rossi’s Rev Gift Bag

Alexander Rossi, winner of the 2016 Indianapolis 500, takes the honorary wheel at this Saturday’s Rev extravaganza.

Artifact: Jump Ball

This piece of history once owned by Chuck Taylor represents the pinnacle of his career, both in sports and business.

Q+A With Comedian Joey Mulinaro

After a rise to internet fame three Joey Mulinaro has surged toward 1 million followers while staying home in Indianapolis and collecting endorsements from national brands like crumbl cookies.

A Final Failure Farewell

The Colts lose 32-31 against the Texans, while maximizing their draft position. But more importantly, it’s done. It’s over.
Greg Oden and Thad Matta on the Butler basketball court in Hinkle Fieldhouse

Thad Matta and Greg Oden Are Back in the Game

From Ohio State Buckeyes to Butler Bulldogs, coach Thad Matta and former player Greg Oden have reunited in Indianapolis, where both men are happy to be home again and involved with the sport they couldn’t leave behind.

Merry Clinchmas

For the third straight week, someone clinched something significant in a game that involved the Indianapolis professional football team, but that someone is never the Colts.

What, You’re Still Watching This?

20-3 is not shocking to anyone on this third day of Christmas.