He’s opinionated. He’s controversial. And depending on whom you ask, this trash-talking, mean-tweeting radio host is the most honest personality in Indy sports media—or the most infuriating. Either way, we can’t stop listening.
The closing of the Indianapolis Press Club marked the end of an era when journalists openly caroused with politicos, celebrities, and one another. Ten years later, photos recall an institution that for all its off-color moments—the copious consumption of liquor, the scantily clad women—brought together public servants and the people who covered them in a way that is rarer today.