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Arts & Culture

Derek Schultz and his child
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What I Did With My Mandatory, Unpaid, Eight-Month-Long Summer Vacation

A laid-off sports talk radio host’s guide to surviving the pandemic.

Memorial Stadium in Bloomington
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It’s OK That Big Ten Football Is Returning, Actually

Absent effective leadership, we’re forced to improvise through a deadly pandemic. Why should football be an exception?

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Just Jim Irsay Tweets

This guy owns the Colts. And tweets.

Bryan Fonseca
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In Memory: Bryan Fonseca

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

Bryan Fonseca
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Bryan Fonseca, Giant Of The Arts Community, Dies From COVID-19 Complications

Fonseca was the founder of both the Phoenix Theatre and The Fonseca Theatre Company.

Philip Rivers
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Indianapolis Colts Recap: Week 1, at Jacksonville Jaguars

We break down the good, bad, and the ugly from a team with many Rivers to cross.

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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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Faking Your Way Through The Colts’ Pandemic Season

Everything may be terrible, but that doesn’t mean everyone has to know how much you don’t really care about the Colts right now.

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At 25, Is Circle Centre Already Over The Hill?

The downtown mall is getting a makeover, but will it be enough to stay relevant?

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How COVID-19 Is Drawing The Curtain On Local Performing Arts Groups

The local nonprofit arts sector is projected to endure 30,000 cancellations and $51 million in lost revenue by this month—with another $20 million in restart costs on the horizon.

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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.

Whistling Straits golf course.
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Dustin Johnson Won’t Tee Off At Whistling Straits This Fall, But That Doesn’t Mean You Can’t

The Ryder Cup in Kohler, Wisconsin has been postponed until next year. Go there anyway.

An illustration of an orangutan touching hands with a girl through the glass at a zoo.
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The Hoosierist: Fur and Away

Q: Last spring, some zoos reported that their animals “missed” having visitors. Which Indianapolis Zoo tenants seemed to suffer most? A: Since most of the zoo’s critters have spent their entire lives on lockdown, weathering a pandemic doesn’t seem like that big of a deal. And indeed it wasn’t, according to Melanie Laurendine, the Indianapolis […]

Chasten Buttigieg
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Ask Me Anything: Chasten Buttigieg, Author

The husband of former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has become a voice for the arts and LGBTQ teens. This month, his memoir, I Have Something to Tell You, hits stores.

YA author Leah Johnson
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Q&A With Y.A. Sensation Leah Johnson

It’s because I love Indiana that I don’t think it’s fair for me to do this work and talk about this state without also pushing Indiana to be better than what it is.

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