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BEST OF INDY 2018 WINNER: Best Local Radio Station
Where would we be without Morning Edition and All Things Considered? Not to mention This American Life and Fresh Air. It’s also a wonderful place to catch performances by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and other local performances. We’re grateful, and lucky, to have such a wonderful public radio station in Indianapolis.
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NUVO readers once again cast their votes for local favorites as the Best of Indy in arts, entertainment, music, nightlife, shopping and dining.
The pilot to Nate Heck's atypically hip children's TV show 'Artrageous with Nate' is airing on WFYI, with plans for syndication and a Pepsi Refresh grant afoot.
Award-winning documentary about Eva Kor, a Holocaust survivor who found a new home as a Hoosier, airs this week on WFYI.
WHO ARE CANDIDATES FOR THE IPS BOARD AND HOW MANY DO WE VOTE FOR?
Long-time NPR host Robert Siegel comes to Indianapolis as part of the Ann Katz Festival of Books at the JCC this week. Arts Editor Dan Grossman spoke with Siegel at length about his long career as co-host of All Things Considered.
A One Night Event Highlights American Pianists Association Talent.
On her last day at the 2018 Indiana State Fair, Nora hitches a ride in the parade, says goodbye to Pioneer village, and enjoys a few last Fair food favorites.
A school counselor at Roncalli, a Catholic high school in Indianapolis, appears to be on her way to being fired from her job. Shelly Fitzgerald’s offense is that she’s married to another woman.
In fewer than three hours after announcing details for the Oct. 30 U.S. Senate debate, all 450 tickets available to the public had been claimed.
Join us as we buzz around town for a bee-themed First Friday this month.
John Krull speaks with author Andrea Neal about her new biography Pence: The Path to Power from Indiana University Press.
Krull isn't a fan of shaming public officials in private moments.
Someone has to try to tell the truth, even when – especially when – the most powerful people in the country won’t.
We Americans have lost our way.
As Donald Trump turns GOP dogma on its head, Republicans everywhere sit silent.
Bill Clinton and Donald Trump have a lot more in common than either man would care to admit.
The fact that these two – the pardoned felon and the president at war with knowledge and truth – found each other isn’t a surprise.
No child should go hungry.
This is a free speech issue, but not in the way Barr’s and Trump’s advocates think.
This is the America we’ve built.
Susan Bayh turned the tables on Krull.
There’s a word Donald Trump needs to learn.
Whether you were born here or are a transplant, there is plenty to be proud of in our hometown. Here are a few of the people and places NUVO readers like best.