Video, photo essays. Okay, so they aren’t just visuals. Videos have sound, and the essays usually have words. But some posts in other categories have videos embedded, too. And–okay just drop it. We’re so confused.
“Basil Egg Noodles. Chocolate Stout Cake. Soy and Sesame Kale Chips. No, this isn’t my weekly grocery list. These are some of the items I bartered for at my first official Indy Food Swap.” A photo essay by Amanda Dorman.
Last week, Punchnel’s caught up with super-cool singer/cellist/activist/cool dude Ben Sollee was in Bloomington. Words by mookie Need; video by Matt Mays.
“Lofty, shmofty. ‘All in Time’ is dark and dreamy, and Indianapolis director Matt Mays has made a vaguely unsettling video that captures the feel of the music perfectly.” A new music video for your entertainment.
“I don’t think that we live just once. We live when things first happen and every time we remember that first time, we live it again.” Cathy Day remembers a 100-year flood–100 years ago today.
“What has red hair, lasers, ninjas, time machines, punches to the penis, Santa Claus, mint condition Rollie Fingers baseball cards, and all happens in three minutes?” Matt Mays provides the answer.
“I wanted an affordable holiday, somewhere as different from my normal urban lifestyle as possible, preferably somewhere I could have a mystical vision as to my future. There was only one answer: a day out in the magical town of Glastonbury.” Sylvia Wrigley finds her muse.
From childhood to Chengdu, Peter Tieryas Liu traces his favorite dish back to its origins.
Our intrepid reporter Nora Spitznogle hasn’t missed a day at the Indiana State Fair in nearly a decade. Here are some of her favorite sights from this year’s fair.
“There were so many different faces on the flyers that one could think the effort was almost self-defeating: they looked like a large and randomly selected sampling of all the people of the world…”
Horses: the animal version of that big, fearless detective who gets all choked up watching Little House on the Prairie . . . and the most-pimpable ungulate? Tamara Lischka visits a lot of horses and revisits memories.