John Lands came to Indianapolis for football but stayed for much more


“John was a very concerned, committed person,” By Tyler Fenwick | The Indianapolis Recorder | February 11, 2021 John Lands, who moved to Indianapolis toward the end of the Civil Rights Movement and became an advocate for African Americans, died Jan. 23. He was 84 years old. While Lands was involved all over the city,…

Why Trump Is On Trial in the Senate


Much of the legal wrangling serves to obscure the central matter before the Senate. By David A. Graham | The Atlantic | February 10, 2021 One casualty of a moment in American life when politics seems to pervade everything is an inability by many prominent people to tease apart what is and is not a…

Mary Wilson, Co-Founder of Supremes, Dead at 76


Motown legend appeared on all 12 of group’s Number One hits, including “Where Did Our Love Go,” “Baby Love,” “Come See About Me,” and “Stop! In the Name of Love“ By Jerry Portwood | RollingStone | February 9, 2021 Mary Wilson, a founding member of the Supremes, died on Monday at her home in Henderson, Nevada….