Michael Hicks: Black Friday is changing

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It is Thanksgiving week, and for many that means another Black Friday shopping experience. I must say, there’s really nothing quite like hitting the 1:30 a.m. sales after a long day of turkey and pumpkin pie. Whether you view that as enjoyable, or quite the opposite, there’s reason to expect this tradition is changing. There are growing supply and demand-side reasons why much of the Black Friday bacchanalia will be very different in the years to come.

Telling Indiana’s energy story

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Today’s electricity landscape in the Hoosier State is far different than it was 10 years ago. The way we produce, distribute and consume energy, particularly electricity, is changing in profound ways. That change continues to accelerate and Hoosiers are at the forefront of this transition, building the emerging technologies of our energy economy.

Michael Leppert: Documentary tells uncommon stories about killing

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“It’s a hell of a thing, killing a man,” is my favorite quote from my all-time favorite western. “Unforgiven” is the Oscar-winning, 1992 Clint Eastwood movie about William Munny, a has-been killer who learns of a $1,000 bounty in Big Whiskey, Wyoming ,that brings him out of retirement.

How do voters figure out what candidates really mean?

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I wonder every election if voters fully understand what candidates are really saying to them during campaigns. Some years, I’m sure voters get it. Lately, it seems to be getting tougher.

Biden has important message to deliver

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Just weeks ahead of the midterm elections, the House committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol voted unanimously to subpoena former President Donald J. Trump to testify about what happened that day.

Morris: At IU it’s Benton ‘No,’ Kinsey ‘Yes’

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Go away, Thomas Benton. We don’t want your kind around here. Welcome, Alfred Kinsey. You are one of us.

The military trust gap

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After a year and a half of trying to balance full-time college with full-time work, I had had enough and quit Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne.

Harvest reaps gifts

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School is back in session.

Mark Franke: The virtue of pestering

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Fort Wayne, my hometown, has a telephone service that residents can use to ask questions, request city services or report situations that require attention from city departments.