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AMA: Kyle Long

Whether it’s over the air as host of WFYI’s Cultural Manifesto or in the club spinning records, Long’s jam is discovering, sharing, and promoting the area’s best original music, often overlooked by the masses. He’s performing live at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s Rev event on May 6, and at The Hi-Fi on May 27 with […]

Andrew Luck Book Club
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Andrew Luck Takes Book Club To Airwaves

The radio program continues Luck’s support of public broadcasting and WFYI. Last year, he and his father, Oliver Luck, recorded a series of fundraising spots for the station in which they affirmed their enjoyment of National Public Radio programming.

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Q&A with Crispus Attucks Filmmaker Ted Green

Ted Green’s latest documentary for partner WFYI spotlights Crispus Attucks High School and examines our complicated history with race, showing how a school born of segregation grew into the pride of Indianapolis.

Dan Wakefield
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Culture Q&A: Dan Wakefield, Telling Tales at the Red Key Tavern

“I’m a natural ham. I like to get up and tell stories. That’s really what it’s all about.”

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Indiana’s Playlist and Jukebox Heroes

Listen along as we explore the greatest musicians Indiana has produced. From deep cuts to chart topping hits, Indiana can hold its own with anyone in the music biz.

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Welcome to the New Indy Eleven Theatre

Pauline Moffat remembers thinking: “Here’s a man with vision. He’s starting at a grassroots level with soccer, just as the Fringe did with performance.”

Illustration by Jacqui Oakley
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Something Old, Something New: Same-Sex Marriage in Indiana

What has truly changed since Indiana and same-sex marriage united last June? Nothing—and everything.

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Local Storytellers Serve Thanksgiving Mishaps at IndeTale

“A lot of people have expressed interest,” says co-founder Maria Srour. “A lot of people want this to be a regular thing.”

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Bobby 'Slick' Leonard: Heart of a Hoosier, Reviewed

“Bobby ‘Slick’ Leonard: Heart of a Hoosier” depicts the impact one man can have on a family, a team, a city.

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The Hoosierist: Spelled Out

The Hoosierist always figured television station call letters were burped out by a computer in the basement of the FCC’s headquarters. Boy, was he wrong.

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Listen Up: Authors Dan Wakefield, John Green on the Radio

You read about them in Indianapolis Monthly, now hear them on the radio: Indiana authors Dan Wakefield and John Green join host John Krull on the weekly talk show No Limits, airing on WFYI 90.1 FM on Thursday, Sept. 27, at 1 p.m.