This week on Artworks, we get a tour of the Slocum Puzzle Collection at Indiana University’s Lily Library. The Brown County Playhouse presents “Same Time Next Year.” And we take a trip to back in time to a 1945 Hoosier Market.
Stories On This Episode
By David Wood - Oct 4, 2008
The Lilly Library at Indiana University is changing the perception of a library, and what better way to get hands-on than with a collection of mechanical puzzles. WFIU's David Wood has more with the Lilly's new Curator of Puzzles.
By Peter Noble Kuchera - Oct 3, 2008
“Lakeview Terrace” isn’t flawless; the home stretch is too florid. We would have been happy to suspend our disbelief anyway, were the film merely a terrific thriller. But we have been led to expect perfection: because this genre film just happens to ask some of the most penetrating questions about race in America of any film in recent memory.
By David Johnson - Oct 4, 2008
Even with virtual reality, an actual time-machine may still be beyond the grasp of modern technology-but the Indiana Historical Society has constructed the next best thing, by recreating the sights, sounds, and staff of a 1945 Terre Haute grocery store. WFIU's David Brent Johnson went to Indianapolis to investigate.