This grant will support Dan Grossman's “Coronavirus Diary” series for NUVO, the Indianapolis-based alternative-weekly-turned-nonprofit-news-site.
I snuck out under cover of broad daylight this morning to take my car to the shop. The part they ordered for me actually came in over two weeks ago. But the day it arrived, the governor of Indiana issued a 2-week stay at home order
It had been two weeks since Terri Anderson, a teacher at The Oaks Academy in Indianapolis, had seen her 19 prekindergarten students in person. But on a recent Friday, they met virtually for the first time on Google Hangouts.
Gov. Eric Holcomb and other state leaders gathered Monday to update the public on the growing COVID-19 pandemic, which has now sickened 4,944 and killed 139 across the state as it approaches an expected peak in the outbreak.
The big question is: What will we learn from this world-wide catastrophe? Can we use these days of enforced idleness as a foundation for improving our lives, not just returning to what was, but developing what should be?
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.