The Indiana State Museum hosted the Indianapolis Blues and Indianapolis Hoosiers for a game of 1860s baseball on Saturday, July 13. The two vintage baseball clubs squared off on the lawn in front of the museum, encouraging onlookers - known as “cranks” in the 19th century - to give the game a try.
Arts & Culture / May 24, 2016
One of the nation’s largest LGBT community celebrations takes place in Indianapolis in two weeks. WFYI’s Jill Ditmire invited the organizers of the Circle City Indy Pride Festival to the studios to talk more about the new events designed to make sure all are welcome.Read More
Arts & Culture / May 18, 2016
The WFYI Speak Up Phone has found a new home for the month of May: The Speedway Center for the Arts. WFYI’s Jill Ditmire and Speedway Arts Council president Amy Carroll talk about ways you can “Show and Tell” Indy 500 memories.Read More
Arts & Culture / May 13, 2016
Racing fans can get a front row seat on the yard of bricks next week. It’s part of the Indy Film Fest Roving Cinema screening of the classic Paul Newman film, “Winning.” WFYI’s Jill Ditmire invited IFF Executive Director Craig Mince to the studios to talk about this once in a lifetime opportunity.Read More