For people living in Indianapolis in 1978, the year must have seemed like the last they’d ever see.
“If y’all don’t respect the Indiana Pacers now, I have no respect for you.”
“I’m not the type of chef who shoots for perfect food. I like a little chaos in my eating.”
Baggott’s early years were marked by the kind of pain, frustration, and failure that would wreck anyone not equipped with his tenacious belief that better things are around the corner.
Is Curtis Hill the next Mike Pence?
“The easiest time of all is when I’m in the car, especially here. It’s easy to not care about anything else.”
IndyCar and the IMS are in a race for your attention. But, in the process, has the Indy 500 become more spectacle than sport?
This was the story that “kept circling through my mind.”
“We’re going to make one last run at it,” Ozdemir said of the Indy Eleven. “Something has to change.”
“I didn’t want the people who had followed me and bought my jersey to ever think I was leaving them,” McAfee says. “There was no way I could leave Indy. I owed this place.”
What’s love got to do with it? Depends on who you ask.
We’ll have whatever he’s drinking.
Dr. Krista Brucker, a reform advocate for opioid overdose treatment, fears Indianapolis is headed for deadly HIV and HIV and hepatitis C outbreaks.
Is there something in the water? We sent a writer and photographer into the deep end to find out.
Did Cleveland Bynum kill five people? According to a dead man, no.