“Other unanswered questions will come to you” when you write a book that sparks a movement, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Dr. Michael G. Goldsby
As part of my interview series on the five things you need to know to become a great author, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Michael G. Goldsby.
2-dimensional abstract display on at GACA
GAYLORD — There is still time to view the works of Andrea Ondish, whose 2-dimensional abstract artwork will be on display at the Gaylord Area Council for the Arts (GACA) Art Center, 125 E. Main St. Ondish’s recent works will be on exhibit through the end of March in this one-woman show.
New workshop in Elkhart County helps survivors of sexual violence
GOSHEN, Ind. -- One Michiana woman is using art’s therapeutic qualities to create a safe and healing environment for survivor of sexual violence.
The goal is to help survivors process the trauma they went through and regain some aspects of their lives.
Ames promoted to Sergeant
Putnamville, IN - Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas G. Carter has announced the promotion of Master Trooper Matthew Ames to the rank of Sergeant.
Ames will serve as the Putnamville District Public Information Officer.
Retracing the dangerous road to common ground: 'Green Book' movie tells story of unlikely travel duo navigating segregated America, with ISU alum in key role
The introduction of the 1956 edition of the “Green Book” explained the publication’s necessity with subtle wording.
It aimed to give the African-American traveler “information that will keep him from running into difficulties, embarrassments and to make his trips more enjoyable.”
Year in Review: Shonna Majors appointed director of community violence reduction
Indianapolis doesn’t get a bad reputation nationally since it’s smaller than other cities such as Baltimore and Chicago, but crime and violence have been on the forefront of issues facing the community for years.