Jun 29, 2018
Organized in 2002, The Formosa Quartet recently "kickstarted" a CD.
A member of the quartet is Jasmine Lin, competitor in an early edition of The International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, and a student of its founder, Josef Gingold.
In this conversation with Jasmine, we learn about revenue sources, the crowd...
Jun 22, 2018
Greg Osborne ("Oz"), a wine and spirits vendor since 1980, talks about dynamics of the wine business.
He purchases most wines sold by The 21st Amendment, and sells many bottles from a door on 86th Street.
Jun 15, 2018
Urban transportation dominates this discussion between John, Morton, and Bob Kennedy, long-time Indianapolis resident, activist and observer who is architect, urban planner, former director of the Metropolitan Development Commission, former lead architect of our library system, and a founder of "Rethink 65-70," a...
Jun 8, 2018
John and Morton talk about the function of The Federal Home Loan Bank system with Michael J. Hannigan, Jr., a director of the FHLB of Indianapolis, who served a term as vice chair.
Mike proposes that liberalization of lending criteria led to the crash of 2008, and that related restrictions legislated since that time are...
Jun 6, 2018
President Trump hinted at the content and direction of jobs data one hour prior to official release.
Morton believes this is an affront to the integrity of data, and a step toward political control of the accuracy and timing of information.