March, a graphic novel drawn by Bloomington-based Nate Powell and written by John Lewis—the last living speaker from the March on Washington—is being hailed as “the pinnacle of the comics canon.”
The pop-rockers, with the exclamation mark in their name firmly intact again, played a set reminiscent of their radio-glory days.
When the Indianapolis Museum of Art draws movie buffs to its tiered lawn for al fresco flicks, the ensemble cast of comers can steal the show. Here, a field guide to the regulars.
You might have rocked so hard that you’ve forgotten the most memorable moments since the amps first came on.
The singer-dancer-actress dipped and belted her way around a headlining gig on Saturday. Also appearing: drag queen Detox, girl band CatFight, the Indianapolis Men’s Chorus, dancd maven Pierre Extraordinairre, and more.
The famed musical saw flourishes of brilliance on opening night of the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s latest production.
This month, an actress returns home with her name in lights.