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Food

"Build it & they shall come” : until COVID-19 changed how we gather

During this moment when most of us are vaccinated and are attentive to wearing masks, the Brewers Association has issued a callout to beer lovers across America on November 28th. Read more

Sports

LeBron's antics after a one game suspension leads to a victory over the Pacers

LeBron being LeBron Read more

Music

Meet Medium Sound, sonic purveyors of Midwest weirdness

The Indy-based label distributes experimental tunes near and far. Read more

Music

Ronen Ensemble’s “Spotlight on the Voice” and Indiana Landmarks program connect us with Indy’s ‘Old’ and very much in use Churches

The December 6 Ronen Ensemble "Spotlight on the Voice" concert, at 7:30 p.m., takes us to Irvington's 120-year-old Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, at 5333 E. Washington St.  Read more

Environment

Federal infrastructure money could help Indiana highways withstand expensive climate-related damages

Indiana’s cut from the bipartisan $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will be about $6.6 billion in federal funding for state and local projects and $401 million for bridge replacement and repairs.  Read more

Education

Indiana study: Test scores go up when students stay with the same teacher

A new study based on Indiana data found that students who stayed with the same teacher for consecutive years improved their scores on the ISTEP,the state’s standardized test used through 2018. Read more

Government

Indiana Chamber of Commerce announces priorities for 2022 legislative session

Under bright chandeliers at the Conrad Hotel in Indianapolis, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce met to present its key legislative issues for the 2022 session.  Read more

Environment

EPA Inspector General finds IDEM air compliance monitoring dropped by 28% during pandemic

Indiana one of 10 states with a decline of more than 25% in air compliance reporting during pandemic. Read more

Music

Music converging within a rainbow

Celebrating Mother Earth & our collective call to nurture our planet’s well-being Read more

Environment

EPA introduces strategy for addressing lead exposure, asks for input

EPA is accepting comments on draft strategy, currently criticized for treating lead as “legacy” concern and lacking “specifics”