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Jim Gaffigan Is Still Standing After His Twitter Meltdown

The Chesterton native performs in Indy on November 19, the first show since the typically apolitical comedian had a Twitter meltdown about Trump.

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Robert Weide On His New Vonnegut Documentary

Nearly 40 years after Robert Weide began working on a documentary about Indiana author Kurt Vonnegut, the film finally hits screens this month. We caught up with the director to ask, among other things: What took so much time?

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John Mellencamp Remains Off The Charts Busy

Mellencamp hasn’t cracked the Top 40 in almost three decades, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been productive.

Rapper Edgar Sarratt III AKA Midwxst
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Straight Outta Carmel

Meet Midwxst, a local rapper who just signed with Geffen Records and has hundreds of thousands of listeners on Spotify.

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Minutes To Memories: The 20 Best John Mellencamp Songs

An arbitrary, completely made up, and possibly incorrect list of the best Mellencamp ditties.

Scenes from the films at Heartland International Film Festival 2021.
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What To Watch At The 30th Annual Heartland Film Festival

The international film festival premieres this week. Here’s eight flicks to add to your watch list.

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John Mellencamp Ain’t Even Done

As John Mellencamp turns 70, the Indiana icon reflects on a career that has transcended his “Pop Singer” beginnings and now represents what rock and roll was supposed to be all about: doing whatever he wants.

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The Irvington Halloween Festival Rides Again

Your guide to the festival that’s been haunting trick-or-treaters since 1927.

Gen Con
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Best Games Of Gen Con 2021

Let the games begin.

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Guns N’ Roses’ Indiana History

The Return of (Indiana’s) Monsters of Rock.

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A Conversation With Bloomington’s Own Durand Jones And The Indications

The internationally acclaimed soul band recently released their third studio album, ‘Private Space.’

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“Saturday Night Fever” Is Coming To The Civic Theatre

For their first full-attendance show in more than a year, a group of young thespians from around central Indiana are putting on the 1970s-era classic.

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Hanif Abdurraqib On Indie Bookstores, Soul Train Reruns, And His Upcoming Butler Residency

We chatted with the acclaimed critic and poet as he kicks off a stint as Booth Tarkington Writer-in-Residence.

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Get To Know The Eccentric, Potato-Filled Traditions Of Pierogi Fest

Whiting’s annual celebration of all things Polish has a little bit of something for everyone.

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How Sweetwater Beat The Pandemic Odds

For the Fort Wayne musical instrument behemoth Sweetwater, the past year-plus’ outlook has been surprisingly upbeat.

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