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Q&A: Terese Marie Mailhot, Purdue’s Latest Writer Poised For Fame

“I learned how story was always meant to be for Indian women: Immediate, necessary and fearless, like all good lies.”

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Culture Q&A: Comedian Hannibal Buress

“I got the opportunity to write for shows because of my standup, not the other way around, so I prefer standup.”

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Hoosier Hall of Fame: Home and Abroad with Richard Lugar and Lee Hamilton

“There is a Midwestern calmness, a stability of outlook, very well exemplified by Dick [Lugar] and many, many others, that goes over well in Washington,” says longtime Indiana congressman Lee Hamilton.

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‘Leave Indiana’s Civil Rights Law Alone,’ Says Conservative Activist Patrick Mangan

“The main problem with this [legislation],” says Mangan, “is that it’s creating legal tension between legitimate constitutional and human rights versus behavior-based groups that want to achieve a special status in the law.”

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‘Protecting LGBT Civil Rights a Must After RFRA,’ Says GOP Strategist Megan Robertson

“Right now, in the majority of the state, if somebody wanted to hang up a sign that says, ‘No Gays,’ or whatever other term they decided to use, they could do that and be completely within the law.”

The Ticket 2015
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Q&A: Paula Katz

Paula Katz talks about being a one-woman-staff at the iMOCA and the blurry line between work and life.

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Résumé: Alan Cumming

A look into the eclectic career of Alan Cumming, including that Romy and Michele dance, his Cabaret days, and his award-winning cologne called Cumming.

The Ticket 2015
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Q&A: Francesca Zappia

Debut young-adult novelist and Indy native Francesca Zappia discusses her recently published book, Made You Up.

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Ask Me Anything: John Hill of Broad Ripple Brewpub

“Opening the brewpub was a way for me to create a little bit of England here.”

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Ask Me Anything: HIV Educator Paige Rawl

On dating: “It’s not the guys, it’s once they tell their parents. They were there when HIV was considered a death sentence.”

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Hey, Andrew Luck! The Kids Wanna Know …

Question: How many push-ups can you do in a minute? Luck: Hopefully 35! I’m not very good at push-ups. I lost to my girlfriend in a push-up competition in college.

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Q&A: Phillip Phillips Plays Indiana State Fair

We caught up with the singer before the show.

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Ask Me Anything: Julian Batts

Carmel native Julian Batts earned a dubious 15 minutes of fame in the spring by mispronouncing “Achilles” on Wheel of Fortune—after landing on the $1 million spot. But he recovered nicely, winning $11,700 and making the national-media rounds with a good attitude. This month,  he returns to college with his perspective intact and a cushy […]

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Ask Me Anything: Babyface

“Everyone tells me to drive as fast as I can and see if I get a ticket [on the Babyface, a.k.a. I-65], and then try to get out of it by saying the highway’s named after me. It doesn’t work that way.”

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Quick Q&A With Pyrotechnician John Maxwell

We caught up with the director of the Regions Bank Freedom Blast before the big bang.

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