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Quick Q&A With Sarah Koenig

“The toughest part is when I’m reporting and I don’t know if it’s leading anywhere. Is there a question that’s worth answering, and even if there is, am I going to be able to answer it with intelligence?”

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Can Pat McAfee Clean Up Sports Talk Broadcasting?

“I didn’t want the people who had followed me and bought my jersey to ever think I was leaving them,” McAfee says. “There was no way I could leave Indy. I owed this place.”

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Greg Garrison’s Last (?) Words

Greg Garrison—the perennially cowboy-boot clad, horseback-riding, garrulous 93.1 WIBC host—is getting ready to ride off into the sunset. In April, the well-connected attorney with Garrison Law Firm and 20-year veteran of Indy’s airwaves announced his retirement, telling listeners his last show would be on June 9. Garrison was handpicked by Mike Pence in 2000 to […]

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LISTEN: Indy Monthly Crime Story on WIBC Radio

“There is a story that reads like a really good murder mystery, without the murder. Everybody just settle in, because this is a fascinating story.”

Photo by Tony Valainis
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Thank You for Calling The Dan Dakich Show. Now Shut the Hell Up.

When you tune in, you are on Dakich’s team. He will teach you. Lecture you. Tell you to “sack up.” He will hang up on you and call you an idiot.

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Colts Audible: 30 Years of Football in Indy

From Eric Dickerson to Jim Harbaugh to Peyton Manning to Super Bowl XLI to Andrew Luck, Rubino and West recapped how our city fell in love with its NFL franchise.

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Flashback: David Letterman on Our July 1997 Cover

As you can see, his signature gap-toothed look hasn’t wandered over the years. Trivia: Jeff Smulyan, CEO of Emmis Communications, IM’s parent company, was Letterman’s second boss after the future star graduated from Ball State University.

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Indy Eleven to Broadcast Weekly Radio Show on ESPN 1070

“Soccer, whether it’s an inferiority complex or whatever, has never had the traditional media platforms,” says team president Peter Wilt. “To finally have one like that in Indiana is unique.”

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50 Years Later: Where Were You When We Lost JFK?

The excitement of Thanksgiving was quelled. Later, at church, we all prayed a little harder.

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Dialogue: Steve Inskeep Talks Radio

Carmel, Indiana, turned 175 years old in 2012. Its native son Steve Inskeep, co-host of NPR’s “Morning Edition” returned to speak at the Founders Dinner.