Indianapolis native, writer Dan Wakefield celebrates the reissue of his World War II home front novel and reflects on his friendship with Kurt Vonnegut.
Known for his pleasant, colorful canvases, modernist master Henri Matisse is being reconsidered in a blockbuster show at The Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Tessa von Twinkle didn't have an outlet for her artistic energy. Then she saw a video of a burlesque performance and she knew that was her niche.
A new book of letters by Kurt Vonnegut shows his verbal wit, warmth toward his children, and anger at having his books pulled from a school curriculum.
On the first of this week's interviews, I'm talking to the director of Video Stop, Adam Newell.
On this week's episode, we're inviting Lisa Trifone, the managing director of the Indy Film Fest on the show to talk about the fest coming up July 19-29.
WFIU will feature music performed by Trio Indiana throughout the month of January.
Indianapolis-based musician David Adamson was inspired by urban plight, zombies, and the battle between good and evil while writing his latest record.