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Urbanski Takes A (Virtual) Bow

The ISO’s outgoing music director leaves without the standing ovation he deserves.

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Our Picks For Celebrating Indy Pride This Month

The best parties in town and online.

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American Pianists Awards Will Crescendo With In-Person Performances

Meet the five competitors who have spent their pandemic preparing for the chance to win a prestigious fellowship.

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James Briggs On Indy’s Wild Housing Market, The Politics Of COVID, And More

The Indianapolis Star columnist joins the Monthly Weekly to talk about what the past year has looked like from his editorial perch.

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Self-Driving Vehicles Are Here, Indy

You can take a free spin at IUPUI right now.

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A Made-Over Concert Venue On The River Is Coming… Well, Soon-ish

Downtown welcomes a new venue as concert season gets underway, but don’t expect the schedule to jam just yet.

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Photos: The 105th Running Of The Indianapolis 500

Hélio Castroneves has now won four Indy 500 races.

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The 500 Is Back, And This Time It Counts

After a two-year wait, we’ll never again take for granted the traditions and memories associated with the Greatest Spectacle in Racing.

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The Indy 500 That Bettie Cadou Knew

Remembering a pioneering woman reporter at the Speedway 50 years later, and what has—and hasn’t—changed.

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The Nashville Museum That Traces The Evolution of Black Music

Nashville’s new National Museum of African American Music celebrates the history of gospel, jazz, blues, hip-hop, rap, and more.

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Photos: IndyCar’s Finest Get Ready For The Return Of The 500

We were on the track with the fastest in the world at the Grand Prix and Indy 500 qualifiers.

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Prof. Sheila Kennedy On Why Indianapolis Works The Way It Does — And Occasionally Doesn’t

The O’Neill professor and veteran of Indy civic life talks all things Unigov, as well as the city’s complicated political realities.

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Q&A: Beth Paretta Of Paretta Autosport

As Paretta Autosport competes in the Indy 500 for the first time this month, its founder talks about her aspirations for an all-women racing team and her wish to retire the phrase “Lean In.”

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Why Have Only Two Women Ever Driven The Indy 500 Pace Car?

Supermodel Elaine Irwin made history 20 years ago as the first woman to drive the Indianapolis 500 pace car. Only one has followed in her path.

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Dave Chappelle Is Booking Shows In This Out-Of-The-Way Ohio Town Again

A hippie town in Ohio has become a star-studded comedy mecca, with dates scheduled this month.

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