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James Layne

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See Roy Hibbert Block an Indy Schoolkid's Shot

It’s a hilariously GIF-able moment in his “New Kid” episode from the NBA’s Dream Big campaign—even if Hibbert himself got schooled by Charlotte’s Al Jefferson last night.

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Country Crossover Singer Steve Grand to Play Indy Pride Festival

The chiseled, twang-centric sensation Steve Grand will perform on the main stage at the festival on June 14, with his viral hit “All-American Boy” in tow.

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Grammy Nominee Mary Lambert to Headline Indy Pride Event

The Girl Pride concert will showcase Lambert’s ability to elaborate freely on topics ranging from her love life to her abusive past.

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Photos: New Robert Indiana Retrospective at IMA

“This highlights a major aspect of his work that hasn’t been seen in its entirety,” Robert Indiana historian John Wilmerding says.

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Bieber-Themed Art Nearly Lands at IND

Says Tre Reising of his piece passed on by airport officials, “My ultimate goal was that it would become an Instagram-framed–ready piece that would fit well into the cropping of Instagram and become traded and shared as a meme.”

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First Look: The Fault In Our Stars Movie Trailer

The same chills the book delivers are alive and well in this preview.

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Holy Lit: Red Key Tavern Lands on Buzzfeed List

It seems the key to the heart of Indianapolis’s most notables bars will always be red.

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Another Indy Notable Will Be on NBC's Parks and Rec

“The concept is it will be a catalyst for a small business to grow,” Cara Dafforn says. “I’m the only employee, and this national exposure has taken my small business to a mid-sized business.”

Indianapolis Men
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Indy Men's Chorus Delights Holiday Audiences

The playfulness peaked midway through Act II with the quirkiness of Burt Bacharach’s “Turkey Lurkey Time.” That song, full of fun choreography and the merging of retro fashions with formal tuxes, gave way to the heartwarming high of the night, a haunting performance of the beautiful “Ave Maria” sung by Alex Reuter.

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Suds Up: Local Beer Podcast Brews Big Following

“For a long time craft beer was a subculture, and still is to a degree. And I think subcultures historically rise to the surface of popular culture a lot of the time.”

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Review: The National Rocks Murat Theatre

The majority of these songs provide mellow-rock moodiness that begs for a beer or three. While that held true for this live show, it was also amped up a significant notch.

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Indianapolis-Based Music Producer Climbs Charts

Camp and Thomas had instant chemistry, and began producing tracks for fun. The track now known as “Bad” became a favorite—and now it’s on Wale’s new album.

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Review: Taylor Swift at Bankers Life Fieldhouse

With her red microphone, red shoes, red guitar, red outfits, bright red lipstick, and red stage lights, fans were forced to see the color that Swift touted as being the key element combining all her feelings, feelings about which she’s obviously quite open. As gallons of confetti fell and the band waved goodbye, I realized Swift isn’t the girl you read about in the gossip magazines.

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Q&A: Eric Dill, Platinum Songwriter, Comes Home to Indiana

“Chad Kroeger [Nickelback’s lead singer] was at Atlantic Records looking for a label imprint, and he didn’t like anything they had, but he liked my demo,” says Eric Dill.

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Bald & Beautiful: Colts Cheerleaders Further Unite City

One of the strongest bonds on earth seems to be between a female and her hair. And when her job is to publicly promote an organization, you can imagine the tender-loving care those follicles must receive. Over the weekend, Colts cheerleaders Megan Meadors and Crystal Anne used their full heads of hair to great effect, displaying a different kind of support. During Sunday’s Colts game, of course, the two women had their domes shaved on national television in honor of coach Chuck Pagano and his ongoing battle with leukemia, a fight that has gripped both the city of Indianapolis and the nation itself, superseding the sport of football.

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