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James Layne

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Review: Born Again Floozies at Old National Centre

A healthy mix of teens, twentysomethings, and middle-aged folks craving an alternative sound all came together last Saturday night to support the eclectic modern rock music of Born Again Floozies. Old National Centre’s promising new venue, Deluxe, hosted the band’s album release party for their fourth record, The Voluptuous Panic or Earthquake Revolution—produced by Floozies frontman Joey Welch and Grammy–winning producer Ben Fowler.

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Q&A: Bachelorette Heartthrob Arie Luyendyk Jr. Visits IM

IndyCar star and Bachelorette heartthrob Arie Luyendyk, Jr. was in town recently for a celebrity cook-off benefiting the Children’s Bureau. He stopped by Indianapolis Monthly beforehand to reveal some his favorite local date spots for our Best Of Indy issue, coming up in December. You’ll have to pick up the magazine to find out what they are—but we got him to stick around long enough to offer a few other nuggets.

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Weekend Pick: Free Heartland Movie Screenings

Going to the movies is one of the best things you can do on a Friday night. Not paying for the movie would only make the night that much better. As part of downtown’s First Friday art walk every month, Heartland Truly Moving Pictures shows uplifting independent films—for free! The next event, tonight from 6 to 10 p.m., is even more special: The lineup will preview this month’s Heartland Film Festival with a screening of an entire short film and select trailers from the upcoming competition.

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