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Jason Whitlock: No Pulled Punches

Whitlock acknowledges that his colorful history with ESPN is one reason it has taken extra time to get everyone there on board.

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HIV/AIDS Awareness and Young People

Young HIV educator Paige Rawl addressed local students in the wake of the largest HIV outbreak in Indiana’s history.

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Throwback Thursday: Our Swimsuit Issues

SI what? It wasn’t so long ago that we at IM put out a few similar issues in the month of March.

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Politics: Power Plays Behind Clean Energy This Session

Indiana became the first state to enact an energy-savings plan and then slash it.

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Q&A: Will Carroll, Sports Journalist and Injury Expert

“Kids and their parents are thinking they’re the next football star or the next Venus Williams or Tiger Woods, so they play the same sport year-round, and they don’t get rest.”

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In Session: HB 1351 Could Be Good for Biz, Bad for Environment

It might not generate the same headlines as some other policy issues, but this understated 2015 legislative item is hardly the least important.

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Money Ball: How Some NFL Players Might Make a Quick Buck

Some NFL players could be going back to school—at Indiana University—instead of packing for vacation.

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Tweets of the Week: Gov. Pence’s Just IN News Agency

Via @timothygrimes: “The news of the #JustIN news service makes me happy. Not because it’s a good idea—it’s terrible. But b/c it shows you can’t parody Mike Pence”

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Social Media: Historic Photos from the Indianapolis Press Club

When Prohibition ended, the boozy, bawdy days of the Indianapolis Press Club began. Patrons favored a martini “so potent that on the third sip” their tongues would be “paralyzed,” according to one account.

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Keith Phillips

A New Jersey native, Keith Phillips quickly made his mark on the local media scene by helping start two publications: Cash Book, a coupon magazine, and Indianapolis Weekly Update, a tabloid newspaper. He joined Indianapolis Monthly in 1991 as an account executive and moved up the ranks, serving as advertising director, associate publisher, and, currently, […]

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Summer Daily

Daily first worked for Indianapolis Monthly as a design intern in 2013 before joining the magazine full-time in January 2016. She now edits its special advertising sections and annual Home and Shops publications. After graduating from IUPUI in 2013 with a degree in journalism, she had an existential crisis and worked for a metal manufacturer, […]

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Abby Broderick

Broderick joined the Indianapolis Monthly team in November 2014. Previously, she worked in sales for Marriott hotels in downtown Indianapolis, with a background planning special events and weddings. An Indy native, Broderick graduated from Purdue University and lives on the city’s north side with her husband and their dog, Walt. Email her at [email protected]   […]

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Worlds Collide: Science and Religion at Ball State

Nearly six years into teaching his “Boundaries of Science” class, trouble found Eric Hedin, thanks in part to an anonymous informant whose identity and motivations remain a mystery. What happened next threatened to embarrass his employer, Ball State, which formed a special committee to investigate the class’s subject matter.

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Building Tomorrow: It Takes a Village

One summer, George Srour’s internship took him to Uganda. Now he leads a globally focused nonprofit organization and has Bill Clinton’s attention.

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Remembering Bobby Fong, Former Butler President

Former Butler University president Dr. Bobby Fong died on Sept. 8 at age 64. In tribute, here is our 2006 City Guide story about Dr. Fong making his home in Indy for 10 years during his Butler tenure.

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