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  • C-SPAN's Brian Lamb calling it a wrap on May 19
    “It’s just time. I remember, sadly, when David Brinkley was doing the ABC Sunday show near the end, he shouldn’t have been. And he waited too long—and people were talking about it. We basically think that everything, including the Gridiron Dinner that the journalists have every year, ought to be on camera. People in this town often ask for something, and I don’t even like the word: ‘transparency.’ It’s used all the time. They don’t really believe it.” - C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb to the Wall Street Journal. Lamb who will end three decades as head of the network on May 19. Lamb is a Lafayette native, a Purdue University graduate and former WASK DJ. C-SPAN went live on March 19, 1979, a year before CNN began cable casting.
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  • Sen. Birch Bayh memorial service set for May 1 at Statehouse
    A memorial service honoring the career of Indiana’s former United States Senator and House Speaker Birch Bayh (1928-2019) will be held Wednesday, May 1, 2019, at noon EDT in the south atrium of the Indiana Statehouse.  Among those remembering Sen. Bayh’s accomplishments will be Gov. Eric Holcomb, House Speaker Brian Bosma, Purdue President Mitch Daniels, former Congressmen Lee Hamilton and Baron Hill, and Federal District Court Chief Judge Jane E. Magnus-Stinson.

    Indiana’s former Secretary of State, Governor and United States Senator Evan Bayh and Indianapolis attorney Christopher Bayh will eulogize their father.  Former First Lady Susan Bayh will attend, as will their sons Beau (2LT, USMC) and Nick (2LT, USA).  Sen. Bayh’s widow, Katherine “Kitty” Bayh (née Halpin), will read a poem written by the Senator.

    The event is open to the public and no RSVPs are necessary.  Attendees should enter the Statehouse from either the upper east (Capitol Street) or lower west (Senate Avenue) entrances.  While the Indiana General Assembly is not scheduled to be in session, attendees should adjust for parking challenges in the vicinity of the Statehouse. 
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