David Hoppe is well known in the arts community in Indianapolis and was a friend of Kurt Vonnegut. He was principle columnist for NUVO news magazine and this is a collection of his columns which mainly discuss "Solving problems in Indianapolis: Beyond conventional wisdom." He writes about many problems common to urban areas, not just his home town: mass transit, sports focus, trendiness, old neighborhood satisfactions and problems and posturing politicians.
|Publisher:||Hawthorne Publishing IN|
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About the Author
David Hoppe is a Contributing Editor and longstanding columnist at NUVO, Indianapolis' alternative weekly. His writing explores the intersections of culture, politics and the Midwestern sense of place as he has discovered it in Indianapolis and throughout the Hoosier state. As author Susan Neville has written: "When people wonder who was paying attention in Indiana as we navigated the unfamiliar waters between the 20th and 21st century, they'll discover David Hoppe...His is an important voice."