The NUVO cover story? A field guide to Indiana’s record labels, with a cover by Nat Russell. Find a copy here.
You’re running out of time to vote in NUVO’s Great Indiana Beer Bracket. We narrow to the Final Four on Friday, then host a blind taste-test at Chumley’s on Nov. 1. It’s a Movember benefit, too.
Amber Steans tried to gauge how much money the state spent fighting marriage equality. The answer? Hard to figure.
Ben Bradlee has died at age 93.
“The most compelling story of Mr. Bradlee’s tenure, almost certainly the one of greatest consequence, was Watergate, a political scandal touched off by The Post’s reporting that ended in the only resignation of a president in U.S. history.
But Mr. Bradlee’s most important decision, made with Katharine Graham, The Post’s publisher, may have been to print stories based on the Pentagon Papers, a secret Pentagon history of the Vietnam War. The Nixon administration went to court to try to quash those stories, but the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the decision of the New York Times and The Post to publish them.”
Here’s a link to a boatload of other links on Bradlee.