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Master of the Floor

by Jennifer Stevens photos by Danna Andreas studio photos courtesy of Brandon Halleck and The Dance Studio What began as an undergraduate physical education class has turned into a passion and thriving business for Brandon Halleck.  Halleck, a Greencastle native and Indiana State University graduate, owns The Dance Studio in …

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Arrivals: Stephen Kellogg is Worth Your Time

Married to his high school sweetheart and devoted to his four daughters, singer/songwriter Stephen Kellogg stands as evidence that the musician vs family conflict is little more than a lazy stereotype.  Kellogg, who will appear at the Hi-Fi in Indy’s Fountain Square District next Tuesday night, brings two decades of …

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Town & Gown: DePauw is Not the Problem

Sometime late last year my step-daughter made her college decision. After two years of “I can’t wait to get as far away from this place as possible” peppered with thousands of passing references to “I’ve got to go to school out of the state,” she chose one of the nation’s …

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Making a Murderer will Make You Think

Six weeks after Netflix’s Making a Murderer exploded on the nation’s consciousness, the streaming documentary program continues to stir emotions and raise questions about both our nation’s justice system and the ethics of documentary film making.  In our first of a monthly series describing programs we consider “worth the binge” …

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A Shared Human Experience

DePauw Music Professor Eric Edberg shares his love of the cello with anyone who will listen.  And many of us do.  Not just because he’s good, but because his music draws something out of us which we’ve kept locked away. by Donovan Wheeler photos by Jiawei Fang Ten minutes into …

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Friday Photo Blog: The Hoosiers Gym

In conjunction with Rob Cleveland’s powerful homage to HOOSIERS, Eric Cox brings us the real-life side of the gym which Hollywood’s David Anspaugh used to take us all back to the 1950’s.  Three decades after the film’s release the mystique of the “Hoosiers Gym” remains profound. photos and captions by …

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Hoosiers at 30: A Lifetime Viewer’s Perspective

Later this year, David Anspaugh’s classic film Hoosiers will mark its 30th anniversary.  As we near this year’s IHSAA state basketball tournament, native Hoosier Rob Cleveland shares the impact the film has had on his life. As a kid, I never had a special blanket. I never had a favorite …

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