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“He Has A Sound That Can Represent The Entire Midwest.”

Charlie Ballantine may be one of the most promising young jazz guitarists in Indy since Indiana Avenue’s heyday.

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Two Indy TV Stars Break Down Their Signature Looks

Reality staples Andrew Bryson and MJ Coyle discuss Indy’s fashion and design scenes and more.

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How Did The NFL Combine End Up In Indianapolis, Anyway?

The event accounts for an estimated $8.4 million economic impact to the city, according to Visit Indy.

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A Little Bit Of Something For Everybody In Brownsburg

In this westside suburb, small businesses stretch from one side of town to the other.

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Q&A: Entrepreneur Mary Kay Huse On The Future Of Live Events

The co-founder of local livestreaming startup Mandolin talks about what concerts will look like in the future.

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The Hits Keep Coming for Michael Koryta

The Bloomington mystery writer is rolling with a new novel and a slate of Hollywood projects.

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When The Phoenix Theatre Burned The House Down

The late Bryan Fonseca’s playhouse once staged a show so controversial, police were stationed outside and a lawyer waited in the wings.

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Ryan Murphy Revisits His Indiana Roots With “The Prom”

The film, premiering next week on Netflix, may be his most ambitious project yet.

Brent Terhune
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Brent Terhune Would Like A Word With You In His Truck

The local comedian’s rants satirizing beyond-reason Trump supporters have taken his career, pardon the phrase, viral.

Otis Gibbs
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Otis Gibbs Is Happy to Be Home

‘Hoosier National,’ the alt-country cult hero’s latest album, accompanies his triumphant return to Indy.

Indy Scream Park
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Indy Scream Park Is Still Here To Scare You… Safely, Of Course

Even from six feet away, the park has dreamed up clever ways to conduct pandemic-safe horror.

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The Pandemic Can’t Stop The 29th Heartland Film Festival

A look at this year’s offerings from the socially-distanced showcase.

The Beatles and Indiana police in 1964
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Remember That Time The Police Chased Ringo Starr Around Indianapolis?

After a 1964 gig, the ISP gave the Beatles drummer a very special tour of the city.

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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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All Dolled Up: Ten Toys Based On Famous Hoosiers

Toy Story: From Pulitzer Prize winner Ernie Pyle to the King of Pop, we found a bunch of figurines based on famous Hoosiers

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