Rep. Robin Shackleford talks race and politics.
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The day after Indianapolis delayed K-12 school start dates, Vice President Mike Pence spoke at Marian University and urged schools to reopen.
With COVID-19 affecting virtually everyone in Indiana, from the unemployed to even the state’s medical commissioner who had a family member test positive, the governor is poised to make a decision about whether to relax some of the state’s restrictions.
P.T. Barnum said something about such folks. It went along the lines of there being one born every minute. Thousands of them will gather soon in Indiana.
Americans—yes, even Hoosiers—like progressive ideas, particularly coming from those who have the courage to fight for them.
Recently named one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch,” Dulcé Sloan takes a break from The Daily Show to visit Indianapolis for a performance at the White Rabbit Cabaret on Saturday, Dec. 29
The comedian returns to Indy for a standup set at the Murat Theatre on Friday, Oct. 5. Before the show, we interviewed him about his love for Kurt Vonnegut, disgust for Mike Pence, and his overriding optimism about America.