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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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A Massive Digital Gallery Is Coming To Newfields

Newfields’ massive digital gallery, THE LUME, debuts on the top floor this month. The multisensory experience sheds light on art in a dramatic new way.

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Leah Johnson Is Back With Another Hit Novel

After releasing her first novel to national acclaim last year, the YA author returns with a new queer love story.

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Our Guide To Carmel’s New Outdoor Living Room

The best food, drinks, and entertainment in the new Carmel development.

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Indy’s Tiara Thomas Is Halfway To An EGOT

We spoke with the Lawrence North graduate in the wake of her winning a Grammy and Oscar in the same year.

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Eight Fourth Of July Celebrations Around Indy

Get your patriotic fix of everything from baseball to bagpipes as the country celebrates its independence from the pandemic.

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Shawn Michael Warren On His Major Taylor Mural

The Chicago-based artist will debut his massive tribute to cycling champion Major Taylor at 11 S. Meridian St. this month.

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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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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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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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