This week, it’s a holiday rewind! We’ll take you back to our show from Gainbridge Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis. Happy holidays!

Top Story: Fieldhouse of the Future

Mel Raines, President & COO, Pacers Sports & Entertainment

The “Fieldhouse of the Future” is now game-ready after a $360 million facelift. We’re inside the “new” Gainbridge Fieldhouse to show you why it’s a slam-dunk for central Indiana’s economy and how it’s driving new growth.

Around INdiana: Saving Shields Memorial Gymnasium

Mary-Rachel Redman, Inside INdiana Business

Old-school Indiana basketball in John Mellencamp’s hometown. The game plan to save the iconic Shields Memorial Gym in Seymour is the focus of this week’s Endangered Indiana.

Business of Health: Wave Therapeutics

Jessica Bussert, Founder & CEO, Wave Therapeutics

A Brown County nurse is on a mission to make wheelchairs safer, healthier and more comfortable.  Learn more about the high-tech cushion she created and why it grabbed a lot of attention at a big pitch competition.

Business of Health: IU School of Medicine $50M Grant

Dr. Bruce Lamb, Executive Director, Stark Neurosciences Research Institute

The IU School of Medicine has received a nearly $50 million grant for Alzheimer’s research. We’ll explain how the money will help the MODEL-AD program.

Around INdiana: Rural Indiana Survey

Suzanne Crouch, Lieutenant Governor of Indiana

How are Indiana’s small cities and towns doing as they continue on the road to recovery from COVID-19? Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch joins us to discuss feedback she’s receiving from targeted rural communities around the state.

(i)on Education: Future of STEM Careers

Scott Tieken, Director of Career Services & Employer Relations, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

The push is on to keep more STEM talent in Indiana. We’ll tell you what Rose-Hulman is doing to make that happen.

Business Spotlight: Heartland International Film Festival

Greg Sorvig, Artistic Director, Heartland Film

Lights. Camera. Action. Rolling into the 31st Heartland International Film Festival. Why it’s a box office bonanza for central Indiana.

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