Last week we didn’t have time to think about this mess we’re in. This week is different.
The Yesterdays Of Tomorrow
Yesterday was Mardi Gras, Cinco de Mayo, Carb Day, Race Day, Opening Day of MLB, the 4th of July, and the first-day-of-summer-as-a-sixth-grader all rolled into one—except a billion times BETTER. And sunnier. And giddier.
Dispatch From Florida
“So naturally, when asked to share my thoughts on our current COVID-19 quarantine situation, why wouldn’t a comparison to a hundred-year-old column on post-war Paris be my go-to?”
Emily Hebert Groves
Focusing On The Good
You got us feelin’ alright
As we’re all hunkered down during these crazy times, I’ve been trying to think of ways to promote local restaurants.
Welcome To Quarantine
So what are we doing here in this isolated, board-game-storage closet of the site? I’m not sure, exactly.
The Dadball Era: Apolitical Pandemics & Our New Normal
The coronavirus is the ultimate independent voter.
The Dadball Era: Where’s Our Whataburger?
The quest for Indy’s most DadBall chain restaurant.
Explaining To Your Kids: Indiana High School Multi-Class Basketball
Indiana high school basketball: Now it’s just an uninteresting, unoriginal Applebee’s along the Shadeland Avenue of American life.
The Dadball Era: Closing The Bob Knight Chapter
Maybe some forgave on Saturday. Nobody forgot.
The Dadball Era: Science Fairs And The Nadir Of Life
Hypothesis: Most parents will survive Science Fair Week, but none will prosper.
The Dadball Era: Indy, We Have A Problem
The rocketship is no more.
The DadBall Era: Birthdays Of The Doomed
The question is this: when is the BEST time of the year for a birthday?
The DadBall Era: Stupid AirPod$!
“Their disappearance is inevitable. And nobody is coming along to snap my money back into existence, either.”
The DadBall Era: Mrs. Kinnear’s Cotillion, 31 Years Later
“If you grew up on the north side of Indianapolis anytime after the mid-14th century, then you have most likely flop-sweated your way through its wood-paneled doors.”