From afar, the City-County Building’s mark on the skyline is significant. Dated architecture, perhaps, but noticeably part of the urban fabric.
What should happen to the City-County Building after it is partially vacated by its tenants? Plus, Jennifer Wagner and Abdul-Hakim Shabazz on attitudes toward downtown. And Claire Fiddian-Green calls for more creative ideas to boost civics literacy in Indiana.
Having been created in an act of architectural homicide, the CCB itself should hardly be protected from meeting the same fate.
During 40 years in the news business, I was never so far removed as I was from the terrorist attack in 2001, possibly the biggest story of our time.
The refusal to stay the law from taking effect by the Supreme Court has given hope to those who oppose choice.
It is time the states be allowed to pass laws that reflect the will of the citizenry.
We want to look like we never leave a piece of paper out on a desk, or we wash and put away every dish following every meal.
It is too often a mistake to turn something that makes a great musical into a movie. It doesn’t justify the risk.
The pandemic has offered companies and employees a new opportunity to refocus.
The philanthropic sector continues to have failed to be transformed by the impact of 9/11 on Muslim Americans.
Right now, participation in Hoosier Hall Pass is low, and there is often a shortage of poll workers on Election Day.
I felt like the questions were very much in touch with the issues local residents and workers are facing.
Forty percent of voters believe that Indianapolis is headed in the right direction, while an equal 40% think the city has gone off on the wrong track.
Let me suggest a simple start for Holcomb’s move toward real leadership: Require the hundreds of schools that are not reporting their COVID cases to do so.
It’s tragic that thousands of people are dying unnecessarily from our newest vaccine-preventable disease.
Our collective lack of long-term memory and our tendency to ascribe ulterior motives to former government officials … leads us to be critical of those who acted to protect us then.
After nearly 20 years, with about 2,400 American troops killed, 20,000 wounded, and $2 trillion, our counterinsurgency strategy failed.
Isn’t it time we acknowledge that what we have been doing to close K-12 equity gaps isn’t working?
High rates of immunization would almost completely halt the delta wave and discourage newer variant development.
There is no way to beat this pandemic if we cannot get the vast majority of our population vaccinated.
The problem is not even really about vaccines or masks. It’s about selfishness, which is much harder to solve.
If a second lockdown is imposed, it will not be pretty.