“Indianapolis wasn’t always eager to associate with Vonnegut. Once upon a time, many in our city found him vulgar, obscene, and weird.”
John Krull4 min read
The Enduring Legacy Of Slaughterhouse-Five
“How do you follow something like Slaughterhouse-Five? It can’t be done.”
John Krull22 min read
A historic playground for the state’s elite.
IM Editors2 min read
Street Savvy: Mass Ave
On downtown’s best street, the action shifts to the west end.
Sorell Grow4 min read
The New Phoenix Theatre Rises — It’s One Hell Of A Rebirth
Rise for a standing ovation to this dazzling new space.
Joseph Ball7 min read
Preview: Gallery 924’s TINY VI: The Year Of Vonnegut Exhibition
Make it a very Vonnegut holiday season.
Joseph Ball2 min read
The Story Behind the Indianapolis Opera’s New Vonnegut Production
“If I had a dime for every time someone came up to me and said, ‘I’m composing an opera,’ I’d be rich,” says the Indianapolis Opera managing director. “But as soon as Richard said ‘Kurt Vonnegut,’ I sat up a little straighter.”
Casey Kenley11 min read
Hoosier Hall of Fame: The Vonneguts’ Ripple Effects
With hammers and nails, an immigrant family builds a dynasty. From Vonnegut Hardwares stems an award-winning bike trail, a Ben Affleck flick, and one of 20th century’s most important writers.