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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.”

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“She Was Stark … Nekkid”: WWII Vet Recalls VE Day Celebration in WIBC Interview

As WIBC’s Ray Steele learned when he interviewed the 92-year-old Broad Ripple resident, one of McDowell’s recollections is particularly vivid.

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My Best of Indy: Abdul-Hakim Shabazz

“I’m a spirits guy—the basics,” he says. “Pretty much a 60-year-old white man in a 40-something-year-old black man’s body.

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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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Want to Help a Hero? The Indy Honor Flight Has You Covered

I hope that running 200 miles between now and the next Indy Honor Flight on September 7 will help raise awareness—and a few dollars, through your donations—to help get another veteran to Washington.

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LISTEN: Indy Monthly Crime Issue on WIBC Radio

Earlier this month, Ray Steele of WIBC 93.1 FM invited executive editor Evan West into the studio to discuss IM’s March Crime Issue (cover story: “How Safe Are You?”).

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Seeking Survivors: On Writing About the Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse

I had been going back to the night of August 13, 2011, time and time again, in quick succession. And I was shaken.

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Huddle Up: Audibles Around the Web

>> Super City went on the air with Ed Wenck at 93 WIBC on Thursday. (Hear the audio below the photo at right.) The spot aired at 6:10 p.m. and focused on reader and public reactions to the freshly revealed official Super Bowl poster by Walter Knabe and the Host Committee’s (ahem) super-important parking and traffic announcement.

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