Heartland Film's Greg Sorvig joined the show to talk about the upcoming Indy Shorts International Film Festival starting on July 19.
The new suicide and crisis lifeline 988 is rolling out on July 16. What does this mean for other resources like Indiana's Be Well Crisis Helpline 211 and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline? MHAI's Jennifer Stansberry Miller joins the show to talk about that and more.
When should you find a lawyer? What should you ask your lawyer? Villarrubia & Rosenberger attorney Tiffany Costley answers those questions and more.
Indy Summer Learning Labs are back in 2022 with more locations around the county and more spots for students. The deadline to register for the 5 week program is June 6th.
Coming up in July, Girls Rock! Indianapolis will be hosting their summer camp, and GRI's Books joined the show to give the details and encourage girls, non-binary, and trans youth to attend.
April is National Donate Life Month and more than 1,000 Hoosiers are waiting for a life saving transplant. Indiana Donor Network's Lindsey Johnson joined the show to share how to become an organ donor and what that yes means for others.
April is National Poetry Month, and locally, Indiana Humanities is celebrating with a program that allows Hoosiers to write a poem - together.
With the Academy Awards tonight, Heartland Film's Artistic Director Greg Sorvig joined the show to talk about the nominated actors and films as well as Heartland's connections to the awards.
Opened on March 12, the Eva Kor from Auschwitz to Indiana exhibit at the Indiana Historical Society shares her story, and IHS President and CEO Jody Blankenship joined the show to tell us more.
Last year, the stations at RadioONE Indianapolis raised more than $100,000 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital during our annual radiothon. This year's event will be March 3rd, and the team's goal is 110K. Are you ready to become a Partner in Hope?
Franciscan Health Central Indiana's Dr. Christopher Doehring explains why the pandemic has had several variants and what has been learned about COVID-19 through vaccination efforts and the variants.
We are about midway through the 2022 session of the Indiana General Assembly, but what does that mean? RaeVen Ridgell breaks down and explains who the legislators are, what the process is for a bill to become a law, and how someone can better understand what is happening at the Statehouse during a session.