Sarah Bahr

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Downtown IMAX Scores Special Star Wars Screenings

Experience The Last Jedi on the state’s largest screen that’s nearly ten Harrison Fords tall and fifteen Mark Hamills wide.

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IRT To Present Free Public Screening Of “Finding Home,” Followed by WFYI Broadcast

If you missed the “Sweet Corn Swing” the first time around, you’re in luck.

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First Friday: Harrison Center Holiday Window Displays Light Up Old Northside

Warning: You might leave with a kitten.

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Q&A: Sean Chen, Concert Pianist

“It’s hard—and even harder for people who play hundreds of concerts a year—to always bring your A game.”

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Q&A: Hanif Abdurraqib, Poet And MTV Cultural Critic

See if you can guess the worst spelling of his name by a Starbucks employee.

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Q&A: Jonathan Eig, Ali Biographer

“I was surprised at just what a sucker he could be.”

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Indianapolis Public Library Debuts New Center For Black Literature And Culture

The center is “dedicated to celebrating the vibrant and resilient heritage and triumphs of those born of African roots.”

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Meet Racing Wiener Dogs

Five sets of paws pound the pavement, tongues lolling, tails wagging, as tutu- and bandana-clad dachshunds dash from one end of The Athenaeum’s hay bale–lined enclosure to the other. Or, at least, that’s the idea at the Wiener Dog Races, a GermanFest staple since 2008. Why dachshunds? These babies are naturals. “They’re quick dogs,” says […]

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Six Things To Know Before The Manning Statue Reveal

Huddle up. Here’s the game plan.

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Ask Me Anything: Martin Kuntz

[Peyton Manning] put on the pads, and I just looked like a dumbfounded child staring at him.

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Would Joshua Bell Stop To Listen To A Violinist In A Subway?

Ahead of the Bloomington-born violinist’s performances with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra October 5–7, we talked memorable mishaps, performing for presidents, and the whole Pulitzer Prize–winning subway-experiment story.When was the first moment you thought, Hey, I could make a career out of this?It was around the time I started studying in Bloomington with Josef Gingold, when […]

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A Festival Presents An Optimistic Vision For 16th And The Monon

You can’t wipe out poverty with the flick of a pen. Nor can you replace thousands of peeling shingles with seven hours of theater. But a temporary transformation that might lead to a more permanent one? A neighborhood can tackle that. A tenacious group of community leaders, performing arts professionals, and residents will come together […]

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Five Ways To Celebrate Wonder Woman Day In Indianapolis

5 Ways to Celebrate Wonder Woman Day in Indy The new live action film Wonder Woman soars into theaters today, and DC Entertainment has declared June 3 Wonder Woman Day in honor of the Amazon princess. More than 2,000 comic shops, libraries, and bookstores across the globe will celebrate the DC heroine’s first solo movie […]