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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Koch’s eyes are crossing

So Charles Koch, one half of the notorious Koch Brothers, the right wing billionaires who used to think Mike Pence might be presidential stuff, said it’s “possible,” he could vote for Hillary Clinton.

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The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library: Worthy of his name

Vonnegut’s love for Indianapolis was abiding.

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Embarrassment: Indiana Republicans can’t get enough

Republicans seem to think their RFRA gaffe was merely a case of bad timing, or misinterpretation, or unfortunate public relations.

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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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