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Seth Johnson

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Tonic Ball: Our How-To Guide

Rock out and fight hunger at one of Indy’s best parties.

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Essential Indiana Songs, Vol. 2

Songs every Hoosier should know.

A person boards a city bus from the sidewalk
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Red Line: Our How-To Guide

Mass transit in Indy is about to look a whole lot different.

Chreece Playlist for Spotify by Indianapolis Monthly
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The Chreece Essentials Playlist

This playlist shows off the many different styles of hip-hop that will be present at Chreece.

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Everything You Need To Know About Chreece

Rapper’s delight.

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Essential Indiana Songs, Vol. 1

The first in a series of volumes that examines songs by Hoosiers.

Black and white photo of members of the band along a city street.
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The Oral History Of “Broadripple Is Burning”

There’s a story behind every iconic song.

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Q&A with Miles Ahead Actor and Musician Brandon Meeks

“It was kind of surreal just being there and shooting with Don Cheadle. He was so far into that role that it really felt like you were working with Miles Davis.”

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Top Five Games Coming to Tappers Arcade Bar

This Thursday at The White Rabbit Cabaret, Tappers teams up with Roving Cinema for a preview of arcade-bar culture.

Michael Shelden
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Culture Q&A: Michael Shelden, Indiana Authors Award Winner

“I think with almost every book I’ve written somebody says, ‘It reads like a novel,’ and I always like to hear that because it means that I’m using facts in the way that a novelist uses invented things.”

Jim Walker, organizer
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Culture Q&A: Jim Walker, TEDx Organizer

“We were thinking about a natural progression from last year’s theme (“Mix it Up”), and what we really want people to do is get outside of their comfort zone.”

Art in Odd Places - October 2014
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Art in Odd Places Comes to Indy

Whether it’s transforming a barbed-wire fence into a web of lace or flooding the sidewalks with soundscapes, Ed Woodham’s Art in Odd Places (AiOP) project has freaked out Manhattan for nearly a decade now—and it hits Indy this month.

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Review: John Mellencamp's New Album, Plain Spoken

It has been a rough few years for the guy who once called himself (albeit ironically) “Mr. Happy Go Lucky.” But as usual, Mellencamp has turned that sorrow into great music.

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WARMfest Returns With Sunnier Prospects

Before the final notes had been played, the 2013 festival dedicated to restoring and promoting White River seemed destined for an encore.

Redenbacher (second from right) with the Last IV.
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Q&A with Rusty Redenbacher of the Last IV

The longtime rapper and vocalist chats with us ahead of his gig at the Fountain Square Music Festival on July 4.