Kingbury talks about the Indy Arts & Culture COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund, about how artists can apply for these funds now, and about how artists are stepping up in this time of local and national crisis.
Nearly half of the 1,900 students who attend Brown County Schools qualify for subsidized meals, and with campuses shuttered, the demand for food assistance is swelling.
Indiana residents will remain under a stay-at-home order until at least April 20 in an effort to slow the spread of the growing COVID-19 pandemic, which has not yet hit its peak in number of cases or deaths.
When Indianapolis high school senior Stanisha Fortson learned Thursday that her campus would be closed for the rest of the academic year, she was stunned.
"It's a magnificent film," popped out of my mouth before my brain could censor this personal reaction to documentary-maker Gerald Krell's introductory remark, "Did you like it?"
The intensifying COVID-19 pandemic is spelling new and unprecedented consequences for the world, and Indiana is no exception, state officials said as they unveiled the latest tolls of the disease and new steps proposed to stem its spread.