An appeal to Ball State’s most famous alumnus about the university’s most notorious graduate.
When classes begin across the city this fall, the corridors of Broad Ripple High School will be silent for the first time in more than a century. And hope for a quick redevelopment has been suspended.
Warm up the couch, Uncle Dave is back on TV.
Netflix makes our wildest stream come true!
New York Times comedy critic who wrote the book on Dave gave us a kind of epilogue on his funniest moments, his epic retirement beard, and his future.
This month, the definitive biography of the
Late Show host hits shelves. Written by New York Times comedy critic Jason Zinoman, Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night explores Letterman’s Indiana roots and his four decades on the air. But the most poignant chapter may be the last, excerpted here.
The legendary broadcast journalist finds herself in the spotlight—again.
A model-train shop with a famous customer pulls into a small Hamilton County town.
The Hoosier grew the beard because he was tired of shaving every day for forty years.
Alexander Rossi! David Letterman! Lady Gaga! Chris Pine! The 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500—the race, parties, pageantry, and hype—did not disappoint. Here’s a recap.