… And other pressing questions ahead of the Bloomington-born musician’s performances with the ISO this week.
On October 7, the PreEnact Indy Festival will stage seven hours of street theater, hoping to transform Indy’s embattled Monon 16 neighborhood.
Hurray for locally owned stores at the mall!
The film earned rave reviews at Sundance and promises to do the same when it debuts in Indy this month. The cast features
Star Trek veteran John Cho and indie darling Parker Posey. But the real star? The southern Indiana town’s world-renowned modernist architecture.
Indy comedienne Ms. Pat’s new autobiography,
Rabbit, hit shelves this week. IM looks back on five of the funniest moments (so far!) from her 14-year career.
Monday’s event will be a once-in-a-misbehaving-moon opportunity, so grab your eclipse glasses (hope you already bought some!), shield your smartphone, and get ready to go gaga over the solar blackout.
The burgeoning nightlife destination’s move to new downtown digs ensures it’ll no longer have to pass on visiting Broadway stars.
Indianapolis Shakespeare Company (Indy Shakes for short), formerly the Heartland Actors’ Repertory Theatre, offers a modern take on Shakespeare’s classic comedy—sans the stodginess.
From Tamagotchis to Taylor Swift, Children’s Museum director of collections Chris Carron fills us in on his favorites.
The film follows three adult high school students and will screen on the state’s largest movie screen this week.