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Pink Houses, Black Lives, And John Mellencamp’s Misunderstood Legacy


Revisiting the Hoosier icon’s misunderstood anthem amid a new focus on racism in America’s infrastructure.


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A Conversation With Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears

Mears reflects on the city’s homicide problem, decriminalizing marijuana, and the death penalty.

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The Complete Guide To Indy’s Burgeoning Podcast-Industrial Complex

Whether you have a taste for murder, could use a stiff drink, or just want some company on a run, we have the right local podcast for you.

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“Junk Meister” Jason Wright Puts His Technological Chops To Creative Purposes

A Southern Indiana craftsman makes funky benches by putting a few extra miles on totaled tailgates.

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Charles Venable’s Exit From Newfields Leaves Behind A Mess—And An Opportunity

The director’s complicated legacy provides an intriguing challenge for the next person to take over its leadership.

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On The Road To Florida, Quasi-Normal Life Is So Close I Can Taste It

This year’s spring break isn’t your average gridlocked, sunburnt hassle.

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In Moderna (Or Pfizer, Or Johnson & Johnson, Or Whoever) We Trust

Philip Gulley on the glory of vaccines — and the shame of those who would discourage them.

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Our Bullet-Point Guide To This Year’s Indy March Madness

Coordinating 67 games for 68 teams over 19 days is, in fact, as difficult as it sounds.

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How Christel House Is Keeping Its Founder’s Vision Alive

Christel DeHaan built her schools like businesses so they could thrive as nonprofits, helping them survive an inevitable hardship: her recent death.

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Mark Titus Is Coming Home For March Madness

We spoke with the podcaster and former Buckeye walk-on about his plans for the all-Indy NCAA tournament.

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Amelia Earhart Was The First Woman To Wear The Pants At Purdue

The aviator spent some of her last days as a career counselor in Lafayette, breaking the university’s stodgy norms.

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Photos: Indy’s Burmese Chin Population Protests The Coup In Myanmar

The Chin Evangelical Baptist Church hosted an event to support the country’s pro-democracy protesters.

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Black Cat Bakery Has Its Vegan Sweets Down To A Science

For former USA Track & Field photographer Audra Stam, vegan baking is as technical as camerawork.

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State Rep. Vanessa Summers On A Contentious Statehouse And Her Battle With COVID-19

The long-serving Indiana Democrat describes her clash with GOP colleagues amid an increasingly hyper-partisan political climate.

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“In Socialist Countries, We Know What Happens.”

Rep. Victoria Spartz on her path to Capitol Hill, her background as a Ukrainian immigrant, and how she plans to legislate in a hyper-partisan era.

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