An empty safe. A missing car. Four dead. After 40 years, the unsolved Burger Chef Murders that rocked Indianapolis during one of its most tempestuous years still puzzle investigators—mostly because some believe they cracked the case decades ago.
Seven decades ago, a small-town Indiana couple designed some of the most beautiful modernist lamps and furniture on the planet—only to be forgotten upon retirement. This fall, a new generation of Hoosiers will revive the Marshall Studios brand with an auction in Paris. As you’ll see in these photos, it’s a collection too beautiful to remain in the dark.
When Hollingsworth ran for Indiana’s ninth congressional district seat in 2016, many accused him of having little connection with the Hoosier state. As he runs for reelection this fall, some say that problem has actually gotten worse.
No one expected Victor Oladipo to be great. Not in high school. Not in college. Not when the Pacers acquired him. But Oladipo anticipated it. Maybe that’s because he has so much of the thing that elevates a person above predictions: Drive.
The local Quaker pastor (and longtime IM columnist) publishes his 22nd book this month, a funny personal history of faith called Unlearning God. In this excerpt, the author recalls his Catholic boyhood and the doubts that plagued him very early in life.