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Harlow Hickenlooper: The end of an era in Indianapolis kid's television history.

Original publish date:  May 9, 2017

Last week, it happened. Hal Fryar died. Hal, better known to generations of Hoosiers as Harlow Hickenlooper, made it to his 90th birthday on June 8th but died peacefully in his sleep a couple weeks later on June 25th. 1,486 more words

Pop Culture

The Wrestling Episode: 'The Three Stooges' Go To The Extreme

The Wrestling Episode is our cleverly-named feature wherein we watch non-wrestling shows with wrestling episodes and try to figure out what the hell’s going on in them. 1,472 more words

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Can Your Name this Salem Local?

Have you seen this guy?

Around October, he is the host of Terror and Fantasy Art Show….

Here is the Finished Illustration from A Walk Through Salem… 137 more words


A Not-so-Ill Wind?

In the wake of the opioid and gun epidemics, which have killed so many of us, and a toxic political environment that could push our most vulnerable over the edge, some experts had anticipated that America’s average life-span would begin to shrink. 427 more words

American Life

Cupid's Arrow

Ever notice how ‘What the hell’ is always the right answer? – Marilyn Monroe

Cupid’s Arrow by Boulder portrait artist Tom Roderick.

On Presidential Comedy, as Intended or Inadvertent

Comedy is the most subjectively judged of all the lively arts, and there’s no accounting for what one laughs at.

We’ve always considered Laurel & Hardy comedic geniuses, and always thought The Three Stooges boringly low-brow and grotesque, even though they were telling the same profoundly true and universally funny slapstick joke about some poor schmuck getting hit on the head with a two-by-four or falling into a deep hole. 1,144 more words



Larrying Up

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