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Inside Eli Lilly’s Race For A Coronavirus Therapy

What we know about the world’s first potential antibody treatment designed to fight COVID-19.

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Our Favorite Take & Bake Meals

Not quite ready to venture back into the restaurant world? Here’s a great way to support local businesses and spend less time at your own stovetop.

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Phil Gulley: Fallen Idle

It doesn’t help one’s self-esteem to be branded nonessential by the governor.

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Going Viral: A Conversation On COVID-19 With Dr. Aaron Carroll

IU’s Dr. Aaron Carroll, one of the nation’s leading voices on COVID-19, explains what the rest of 2020 might look like.

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Makeshift Race Weekend

Is it still Race Weekend without the Race? Yep.

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IU Researchers Identify Fabric That Kills Coronaviruses

The fabric to save lives?

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For Orchard School Graduates, Commencement Goes Hollywood

“We watched these kids grow up, and now for them not to be able to go out in style. We weren’t going to have it.”

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What To Watch: Bloomington Playwrights Project Streaming Service

Not everyone is binging on Netflix these days.

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Sheltering At Home With Becky Hostetter

“This rush to open feels like it’s based in fear. And that’s no place to operate from.”

People sit around an outdoor patio table at a restaurant.
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The Feed: Street Closures For Communal Seating, and More

Our weekly roundup of Indy’s dining news.

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Why Mask-Makers Will Never Get To Stop

A view from inside the mask-making subculture.

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The Hoosier Hair Gods—Because Mullets Are Back, Guys

Dying for a haircut? Not so fast.

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Working From Home When Your Boss Is Watching

As more employees are working from home, some companies are turning to monitoring software to keep their teams on track.

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Burying My Father During Quarantine

“I’d never give much thought to navigating grief in the middle of a pandemic. Why would I?”

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Lilly Eyes 2021 For Return To Full Strength

The pharmaceutical giant’s plan is more cautious than that of Governor Holcomb.

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