Oct 5, 2022
Many programs designed to supply housing are administered by The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority, headed by our guest, J. Jacob Sipe, Executive Director. The agency is both an administrator and a finance source for programs to directly help low-income persons and to subsidize financing of...
Oct 1, 2022
In a return engagement, broadcaster, columnist, political observor Jim Shella talks about the emerging organization, Indiana Town Halls, which strives to connect leading political figures in Congress directly with voters.
Town Halls are video programs, often using Zoom, in which voters ask questions directly with...
Sep 21, 2022
Over close to four decades, Steve Gerardi has brought entertainment to Indianapolis, most recently to the annual Symphony on the Prairie series at Conner Prairie.
He mentions dozens of names, and describes the personal joy of dealing with them.
Sep 16, 2022
The history and dynamics of opera are discussed here with David Craig Starkey, General Director of the Indianapolis Opera and CEO of The Basile Opera Center.
Among many elements is the concept of performer athleticism and the cruicial role of tapping into the full resonance of a body. Adapting to modern audiences, of...
Sep 10, 2022
Curtis McManus and Guenet Williams discuss Rophe Free Clinic located on 52d Street West of Michigan Road in Indianapolis.