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WFYI Indianapolis - The Art of the Matter
THE ART OF THE MATTER Celebrate the many ways the arts can enliven, inform, challenge, fulfill and make listeners better citizens of their community and the world with The Art of the Matter.
Ticket Info - Farm Aid
Farm Aid is coming to Hersheypark Stadium in Pennsylvania on September 22! The concert will feature Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews with Tim Reynolds, as well as Jack Johnson, ALO, Pegi Young & The Survivors, and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real.
An expert eye captures Phish at Klipsch
Thursday's performance by Phish at Klipsch Music Center began with band members Page McConnell, Jon Fishman, Trey Anastasio and Mike Gordon standing at three microphones and singing the band's barbershop quartet tune "The Birdwatcher."
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Indy 500: Medal of Honor recipients talk about their new mission
Watching the 500 Festival Parade today, four Congressional Medal of Honor recipients talked about a new mission that brought them to Indianapolis -- helping veterans find jobs. IndyCar Series team Panther Racing invited Drew Dennis Dix, Jay Vargas, Leo Thorsness and Sammy Davis to be guests of honor at the parade.
Indy 500 Pit Pass: Susie Wheldon returns to Speedway
Susie Wheldon returned to Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Thursday for what was believed to be the first time since her husband, Dan, won last year's Indianapolis 500. She accepted the 500's Champion of Champions ring presented by Herff Jones.
Ask Us April - TV to Reality: Don Draper's Apt, Mad Men | Prairie Hive
I love Don Draper's new apartment on the show Mad Men. What would be your suggestions for getting a similar look and feel in my living room? We immediately agreed that Don Draper's apartment was worthy of a TV to Reality post. I mean, check out his living room in his new apartment......
New Moroccan grill in Broad Ripple offers free sandwiches today
Poccadio Moroccan Grill and Sandwiches, 1045 Broad Ripple Ave., opens today. Stop in after 11 a.m. for a free sandwich from owner chef Anass Sentissi, who also operates Saffron Cafe, downtown at 621 Fort Wayne Ave. What's the food like at the new place? Imagine Moroccan-style Subway sandwiches. T...
Waitress mistakenly serves rum to 10-year-old boy
Indianapolis A waitress at a northeast side Olive Garden mistakenly served rum to a 10-year-old boy Thursday, according to police. It happened at the Olive Garden in the 6100 block of East 82nd Street near Castleton Square Mall.
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A special night for the Zeller family
During Sunday's game at Iowa, there was a special guest who make the day important for Cody Zeller. ...More... To continue reading this article you must be a member. Sign Up Now for a FREE Trial
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ESPN runs "Chink in the Armor" headline with Jeremy Lin story | JIMROMENESKO.COM
Really, ESPN? ‘Chink in the Armor'? "We want to give ESPN the benefit of the doubt here," writes Cyd Ziegler Jr., "but it's impossible to believe the person who wrote that headline didn't know exactly what they were writing. Especially since ESPN previously came under fire for using the same headline…to describe a USA basketball game in China."