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Shawn Michael Warren On His Major Taylor Mural

The Chicago-based artist will debut his massive tribute to cycling champion Major Taylor at 11 S. Meridian St. this month.
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Ten Post-Pandemic Must-Visits In Broad Ripple

The city’s most legendary strip, minus the hangover.
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Self-Driving Vehicles Are Here, Indy

You can take a free spin at IUPUI right now.
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The Westfield Maker Shipping Unique Light Fixtures To All 50 States

A videographer discovers a side hustle making rebar lamps.
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Red Ball Retreads Old Ground In Burger Chef Case

Red Ball offers little more than a red herring.

Charles Harrison Of Indianapolis Ten Point Coalition On Indy’s Gun Violence Epidemic

The Rev. Dr. Charles Harrison of Barnes United Methodist Church is one of the founders of Indianapolis Ten Point Coalition, which dates back to the late 1990s as a community group that patrols the streets of high-crime neighborhoods in an attempt to defuse and de-escalate violent crime. As those crime rates creep back toward levels […]

A Conversation With Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears

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

Ask Me Anything: Randal Taylor IMPD Chief

The city’s top cop reflects on recent police shootings, protests, and how his career prepared him for the current crisis.

Ten Point Coalition’s Turf War With The City’s East Side

Some residents say Ten Point Coalition is diverting resources from longstanding community groups there and claiming victory in an area that remains troubled.
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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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Is IPS Doing Enough To Protect Kids’ Privacy During Remote Learning?

The apps students are required to use are frequently lacking in transparency, or worse.
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How IPS Plans to Bridge the Digital Divide

This school year, IPS estimates it will spend $12 million to provide every student with a device.
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The IPS Magnet School Conundrum

"There are few bigger champions of diversity than white, college-educated city-dwellers. Except when it comes to schools. In that regard, we’re far more like suburbanites than we’d care to admit."
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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.

Photos From Indianapolis’ Juneteenth Celebrations

We were on the scene for the celebration in Riverside Park, the Biketeenth ride around downtown, and more.

A Local Nonprofit Is Betting Hoosiers Will “Buy Local” For Streaming

Hoodox, a new Indiana-centric documentary streaming service, hits the internet this week.

Six Ways To Celebrate Juneteenth Around Indy

Whether you’re looking for family entertainment or to sample some local art and cuisine, we’ve got you covered.

The Coup In Myanmar, Through The Eyes Of Indy’s Chin Community

Chin Community of Indiana board president Peter Thawnghmung speaks about the currently unfolding tragedy in his home country.
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Hire Like A Pro (Or At Least Like A Quaker)

If you’re looking for advice on how to hire someone, Philip Gulley has references.
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Lawnmowers Of The World, Unite

To free up space in the garage, people are going to need to begin sharing tools—starting with my neighbors.
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Maintain Wedded Bliss For Four Decades Using This One Weird Trick

My marriage has been almost 40 years of bliss, no thanks to me.
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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 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.

Prof. Sheila Kennedy On Why Indianapolis Works The Way It Does — And Occasionally Doesn’t

The O'Neill professor and veteran of Indy civic life talks all things Unigov, as well as the city's complicated political realities.

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.

IMPD’s Excessive Use Of Police Dogs Is Repulsive

Columnist Philip Gulley writes about why the department deserves a short leash.

Whitley Yates’ Mission To Diversify The Indiana GOP

The Monthly Weekly talks with the state party's director of diversity and engagement after a chaotic election season.
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