[Listen] @kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com “Access Indy with Kim Wells” In President Donald Trump’s era we’re observing that hate continues across the nation. Observers are on the look out that America is becoming ‘Land of the Free…Home to Feel Free to Hate.’  We’ve not only got to pray for peace and love…but we’ve got to actively work on it […]

@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com News & Talk — A multiple award-winning poet and educator is visiting Indianapolis to share his gift of children’s literature and encouragement on Saturday, November 12. The Central Library location of the Indianapolis Public Library will be a feast of rhyme and verse at 12 Noon with Kwame Alexander and you’re invited. Alexander […]

@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com News & Talk — Happy Veterans Day to you.  A retired Army Colonel who heads a project that allows you to learn from the experience and wisdom of the nation’s veterans wants you to get involved by talking to your family members who served, preserving their stories for your family and the nation. […]

Still want to know how to apply to the Nanotechnology Experiences for Students and Teachers (NEST) camp at IUPUI for this Summer? Log on to http://indi.iupui.edu/outreach.php  for info on both two-week programs and the 6-week program exclusively for teachers.  The application for students is HERE.   The application for the teachers two-week program is HERE.  […]

First Lady Michelle Obama takes full advantage of the rise and proliferation of social media for a variety of reasons, one of the most important–to communicate the important things on her agenda, breaking new ground. Kwame Opam and the folks at website “The Verge” got exclusive access to @MichelleObama and tell the exclusive story of how […]

Indiana Black Expo-hosted project, Your Life Matters, rebrands itself OpportunINDY to continue the work of improving the lives of Indy’s young black males by providing connections to life opportunities and more. Raising black boys into men is no easy task and parents want them to grow up safe, with chances to be their best selves, just like […]

It’s Black History Month and that history is not excluded from the history of the NFL’s big game which celebrates a milestone 50 years at tonight’s Super Bowl in the San Francisco Bay Area of California, pitting the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers in a head to head, winner-take-all match up . A legendary HBCU […]

We’re going behind the headlines for a look on the legal side with our “Legal Eagles” on this week’s Access Indy. It’s official. Life has changed for former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle. It’s no longer about hocking sandwiches and dumping the pounds to get to a healthier lifestyle. ‘That guy’ has faded and been replaced […]

Rob Hagberg from Freddie Mac joined me to discuss how you can avoid being taken advantage of in this critical part of your financial picture. Click the Media Player below to listen. ### Happy New Year! kimwellsmedia 122814

It’s the start of the pro-football season which means the planning is already underway for the endgame–the Super Bowl. Some folks watch the big game for the grid iron action and others for the creativeness of the ads. But one snack food giant who has had mega-success with their Super Bowl ads, simply by letting […]

A new documentary is hitting the airwaves on Thursday, revisiting what many consider to be America’s most controversial criminal trial, the murder trial of OJ Simpson. The film is called OJ: TRIAL OF THE CENTURY and “Access Indy” host, Kim Wells, sat down with the Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and native Hoosier, Nicole Rittenmeyer, who produced this […]

(Indianapolis, Ind) – While she lived, Maya Angelou’s words touched millions and now as she rests her legacy remains, helping shape the lives of many, especially women and women in the public eye. Access Indy’s Cameron Ridle spoke with five notable Indianapolis women who all would call Dr. Angelou a role model. Featuring: Karen Vaughn […]