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The 2nd annual Legacy Fest is almost here!

President of the Madam Walker Legacy Center, Kristian Stricklen, visited All Indiana to discuss the upcoming event.

Legacy Fest is a concert headlined by Gladys Knight on June 16th at 8:30 pm at the Walker Theatre. The theme for this year is the Roaring ’20s.

This is an event you do not want to miss! To purchase tickets, visit

Josef Newgarden finally won the Indianapolis 500 after eleven years.

The 2023 winner honors his family and each individual that has allowed him to compete in racing.

Newgarden gives a big thank you to his boss, Roger Penske, and Tim Sindri for continuing to have faith in him. Newgarden felt that each year his time racing was winding down. However, Penske and Sindri still had hope that he could win.

He highlights that he has been successful in his field by staying grounded by honoring the people in his family who have made sacrifices to make everything happen for him.

To watch to the full interview with Josef Newgarden, visit 

Getting your child dressed for the day can be a process. It can sometimes be even more complicated when they haven’t grasped how to apply clothing and accessories correctly.

But don’t worry, Kayla has been there.

Today she has explored the new form of independence every child reaches; being able to dress yourself (sometimes not correctly).

Kayla mentions how exciting this new phase in life can be for a child. She also finds the humor in some children strongly believing in putting their shoes on the wrong feet.

Stay connected to learn any new parenting tips! Follow Kayla on TikTok or visit “Kid-ing with Kayla” on

June is the month of pride; Indy celebrates with Indy Pride’s annual Pride Festival each year.

Community Vice President Castillo Jimenez highlights the importance of Indy Pride’s primary focus on creating a safe space for everyone in their community.

Indy Pride does this by partnering with influential organizations and community leaders throughout Indiana.

As a nonprofit, Indy Pride takes a role in educating its sponsors. They host education sessions and teach them about the LGBTQ+ community. Specifically, what language to use and how to create safe spaces in their community.

Indy Pride also passes out sponsored packets. However, their focus on sponsors is how they support the LGBTQ+ community year-round.

With the festival growing rapidly each year, doubling in vendors and performances, Indy Pride is determined to create more relationships with organizations and a safe space for all.

If you would like to learn more about Indy Pride or to gain more knowledge on running a business as a nonprofit, visit

Jeff Cowan, author of the book titled, “What I’ve Learned From Attending Over 40 Indy 500s,” spoke briefly on BEO on his life story and shared some great advice.

Cowan began attending the Indy 500 when he was twenty. During this time, Cowan worked for a woman named Bev Nelson in the 1980s.

Despite his lack of motivation, Nelson noticed how great Cowan was at sales. However, Nelson began taking Cowan around Indianapolis and showed him the many things he could do, only if he could motivate himself and start collecting a steady income.

Cowan’s eyes opened the first time he attended the Indy 500 when invited alongside the Nelson family.

Cowan was amazed by witnessing the sponsors, CEOs, and drivers interact. While overhearing drivers and their strategies to win the race, Cowan understood this was simply a business. After that, it all clicked for him.

During the race, Cowan was able to have racing radios. He was able to listen to drivers and their teams. Cowan then realized that what the drivers were applying to the race was similar to Cowan’s job in sales. He also noted that the same strategies were identical to how people manage businesses.

After that, each year, Cowan would attend the race to see if he could apply anything he witnessed to his life.

Cowan’s main point from the experience is the importance of having a good last impression. He states that if one learns how to make a great last impression, they’re miles ahead of the competition.

If you’re seeking more business advice from Cowan, visit to purchase his book “What I’ve Learned From Attending Over 40 Indy 500’s.”

Looking for something to help cool you down from the summer heat?

On “All Indiana” today, Liz Berg of That Skinny Chick Can Bake visited the show to discuss Graeter’s Ice Cream and their most popular flavors.

During the discussion over their ice cream flavors, Cody and Alexis were able to try out the tasty flavors themselves.

Interested in trying new recipes? Check out what Liz cooks next,

Today on Hammer and Nigel, the duo discussed a man losing 58 pounds strictly from eating McDonald’s

Nashville, Tennessee native Kevin Maginnis went on an “All McDonald’s” and died for 100 days.

“Never got burnt out on it. People ask, ‘What’s the first meal gonna be on day 101?’ and the answer is I’ll probably have a Big Mac for lunch. But I will have a filet mignon for dinner,” Maginnis states when asked how he powered through eating the infamous fast food for 100 days.

They also discussed the buzz about Tom Brady still being retired.

The former New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback announced his retirement from the NFL in February after 23 seasons.

While speaking to Sports Illustrated, the 45-year-old Brady said he’s certain he will not play football again.

“I’m certain I’m not playing again, so I’ve tried to make that clear, and I hate to continue to profess that cause I’ve already told people that lots of times,” Brady said in response to a question on fans and media creating various scenarios where Brady decides to play again.

Brady said he’s now focused on starting his role as a broadcaster for Fox Sports and the opportunity ahead with Las Vegas Aces.

Brady also added that he will spend more time with his children during retirement.

Tune in on Hammer and Nigel to hear if these topics are worth anything. You won’t believe your ears.

Bath time is supposed to be a relaxing evening for your child to wind down and prepare for their next adventurous day. However, parents can understand how difficult that may be.

Luckily, Kid-ing with Kayla has come to the rescue!

Today, Kayla shared her insight on the daily ritual of bathing your child, while also sharing a few tips on how to make bath time enjoyable for you and your child.

Want to stay in the loop to receive any new parenting tips? Follow Kayla on TikTok or visit “Kid-ing with Kayla” on

(WISH) — National Donut Day is Friday.

While many believe it is just a day to eat tasty treats, National Donut Day has a deeper history. The Salvation Army began celebrating the event in 1938 to honor the work of Donut Lassies/Donut Girls.

Donut Lassies/Donut Girls were female Salvation Army volunteers who served American soldiers during World War I.

Huntington, Indiana, natives Ensign Margaret Sheldon and Adjutant Helen Purviance began making doughnuts to boost morale and give soldiers a little taste of home.

Sheldon and Purviance were credited with popularizing doughnuts in the United States after the troops returned home from war.

The doughnut serves as a symbol of comfort. In central Indiana, The Salvation Army provides services through the Harbor Light Center recovery facility, the family shelter at The Ruth Lilly Women and Children’s Center, and more.

The Salvation Army of Central Indiana will celebrate National Donut Day by honoring donors, volunteers and supporters with a surprise delivery of the sweet treat.

The Salvation Army is always looking for more hands. Those interested in donating or volunteering can visit the central Indiana unit’s website

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The boys are back again to talk about the latest trending topics.

According to Lionsgate’s Motion Picture Group Chair Joe Drake, Hammer discussed the buzz about John Wick 5 in its early development.

The film comes months after the smash hit “John Wick: Chapter 4,” bringing in $363 million worldwide.

Nigel then discussed actor Al Pacino, known for his roles in the 1983 film “Scarface,” and the series “The Godfather,” becoming a father again at 83.

It is rumored that Pacino will be expecting to have another child with his 29-year-old girlfriend, Noor Alfallah.

The actor has three other children from partners Beverly D’Angelo and Jan Tarrant.

Tune in on Hammer and Nigel to hear if these topics are worth anything…you won’t be disappointed.