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Lou Harry

"Eat Wheaties!"
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The Pandemic Can’t Stop The 29th Heartland Film Festival

A look at this year’s offerings from the socially-distanced showcase.

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In Memory: Bryan Fonseca

The founder of the Phoenix Theatre and Fonseca Theatre died yesterday from complications of COVID-19.

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What Did You Do During The Quar, Daddy?

Faced with even more uncertainty than usual during the pandemic, Indy’s artists are using the downtime to explore new territory in their work.

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Indy Art & Seek Is Hiding In Plain Sight

The citywide project is debuting 100 installations in neighborhoods across Indianapolis this month.

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Tabletop Games We Loved From Our Imaginary Gen Con

No in-person Gen Con? No problem. We used our imagination and complied a list of the tabletop games of 2020.

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Ask Me Anything: Anna Stein, Museum Curator

Our conversation with a Newfields curator ahead of an Edward Hopper show.

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Ask Me Anything: Kevin Lin, Violinist

Kevin Lin takes over as concertmaster for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

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What To Watch: Bloomington Playwrights Project Streaming Service

Not everyone is binging on Netflix these days.

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Lou Harry Reviews Hamilton

Hamilton isn’t just a musical, it’s a phenomenon that is even more miraculous because of its improbability.”

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Best Games Of Gen Con: 2019

You don’t need to be a fifth level half-orc wizard to find a game to enjoy at Gen Con.

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Meet The Afrofuturist Sci-Fi Writer Changing Indianapolis

Afrofuturist author. Community builder. Nerd.

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Street Savvy: Zionsville

South Village, a former retail dead zone, is now a thriving pocket of indulgences. Zionsville’s latest lures.

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What To See At Indy Film Fest

The adventures come from films in competition, including these five picks—and one dud—from among the stack I had an opportunity to screen in advance.

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Street Savvy: Prospect Street

Prospect Street stretches Fountain Square’s footprint.

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Street Savvy: Pendleton

The town is the place where, for the first time in American history, white men received capital punishment for killing Native Americans.

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