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Apr 18, 2019

James Glass has spent most of his life studying and protecting historic buildings.

As one of the first staff members of The Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission, and as a doctoral student whose thesis topic was the history of one of the first preservation acts of Congress, James knows his stuff.

Naturally,...


Apr 11, 2019

Tom Akins was principal timpanist of The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra from 1965 to 1991.  He wrote a history of the ISO called "Crecsendo"  (1930-2005) and "Behind The Copper Fence" about the dynamics of an orchestra, playing his instrument, working with other musicians, tuning, and even the ISO softball team.

He...


Apr 4, 2019

Judge Judy, interesting estates, classic automobiles, women in the law, trailers, the Wabash river, litigation, are some of the topics covered in this wide-ranging conversation with 50-year attorney John Gambs of Lafayette, Indiana.

Not mentioned is the restaurant menu item, The Gambs Burger.  (Yes, a real restaurant...


Mar 28, 2019

Mike Furnish is a "white hat," a referee of Indiana high school football games.  Within the profession, he is a leader, having been active in associations and as a teacher of rules to new officials.

Mike also is past president of Special Olympics Indiana.

Here we learn how a crew operates, the personal challenges...


Mar 21, 2019

James Johnson, CEO of The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, converses with Morton and John about hiring musicians, the correlation between young persons who played an instrument and their love of music as adults, how musicians are hired, the role of video images, and financial dynamics between management...