Mysteries common to us all: The art of Lois Main Templeton

By David Hoppe I first met Lois Main Templeton at the Faris Building in 1988. My wife and I had moved to Indianapolis with our pre-school son in March of that year. An ice storm descended on the city during our first night in the duplex we rented in Broad Ripple. When we awoke, morning […]

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Indiana should be Indiana-grown

These IU students, like their counterparts in Maine, are on to something that could help reinvent Indiana agriculture and, in the process, our state’s image.

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