IBJ’s Lindsey Erdody, The Journal Gazette’s Niki Kelly and TheStatehouseFile.com columnist Mary Beth Schneider talk about which issues are moving forward and which ones are fading away.
IBJ Podcast: Chef Hardesty’s new SoBro project isn’t a traditional restaurant but you can get a meal there
Renown local chef Greg Hardesty talks about his plans to offer private dining, a coffee bar, pop-up meals and more—even a service to supply home chefs with hard-to-find ingredients.
Just days after filing a defamation lawsuit seeking more than $25 million from WISH-TV, Derek Daly sits down with IBJ’s Anthony Schoettle to discuss what he says the news station got wrong in a story that accused him of using a racial slur.
CHIP Executive Director Chelsea Haring-Cozzi, Horizon House Planning Manager Melissa Burgess and IBJ reporter Hayleigh Colombo join host Mason King for a discussion about the problem of deaths among the homeless population in Indianapolis.
The Mind Trust CEO Brandon Brown sat down with host Mason King to explain the group’s mission, its cooperation with Indianapolis Public Schools and how the new funding will help it ramp up its work.
IBJ reporter Lindsey Erdody talks with host Mason King about the sports gambling legislation that will be considered in the Indiana House and Senate this year, including the many details that could complicate passage.
Hyde Park Venture Partners Principal Tim Kopp, the former CMO of ExactTarget, and David Shank, CEO of Shank Public Relations Counselors, talk about the warnings from their doctors that led them to start eating healthier and exercising.
IBJ tech reporter Anthony Schoettle interviewed Stutz and found him surprisingly relaxed and candid about his education and career, his life in Indianapolis and about what the city should do to help the tech industry thrive.
Kären Haley, executive director of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, talks with guest host Anthony Schoettle about the timeline for the bikeshare expansion and why it was important to locate stations outside of downtown.
The Capital Improvement Board will seek at least $8 million from lawmakers to help fund what officials say will be a 25-year plan for improvements in the Indiana Convention Center, Bankers Life Fieldhouse and other facilities the CIB owns.
Podcast host Mason King talks with Rethink 65/70 member Paul Knapp, the CEO of Young & Laramore, about the group’s plan to put parts of the highway below grade. Then he talks with INDOT spokesman Scott Manning and HNTB’s Kia Gillette about whether the state will consider Rethink’s ideas.
Rabbis Dennis and Sandy Sasso discuss the local impact of the massacre at a Pittsburgh synagogue, what it might mean for proposed hate-crimes legislation in Indiana, and why they continually return to the question of proper leadership.
Guest host Lindsey Erdody (in for Mason King) talks with IBJ reporters Hayleigh Colombo and Anthony Schoettle about the public-private project, the city’s convention business and what remains unknown about the Pan Am Plaza project.
Ambrose President Aasif Bade is mum about Amazon but explain the new name for the project, when site preparation could begin and why the riverfront is so important to the project.
Ellie Symes, CEO of The Bee Corp., talks with host Mason King about being a young entrepreneur, taking risks and pivoting when you have to to make your company stronger.
Host Mason King talks with Mark Eble, the managing director of CBRE Hotels Advisory and an expert on the hotel industry in the Midwest, to find out.
IBJ Podcast host Mason King talks to two of them — Bruce Bordelon and Jill Blume — about Indiana’s wine industry, what makes it special and what to expect in the future.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles talks about whether a new date and more weekend activities will bring fans back to the Brickyard 400.
Host Mason King talks with Ann Murtlow, CEO of United Way of Central Indiana, and Jeff Smulyan, CEO of Emmis Communications, about why they signed a letter of support for a hate-crime law.