Cinephile and freelance writer Lou Harry offers his top 10 recommendations from the Heartland International Film Festival.
More than three decades after founding Deer Creek, two local music industry legends team up with other big names to start a new festival this month.
In a sea of fan-favorite games mixed with the new guard, we've rounded up this year's best played at the convention of gamers.
The Indiana State Fair's Free Stage offers an army of old-school rockers at no charge. Which ones are still worth seeing?
May the fores be with you at downtown's new golf and entertainment venue.
This month, a local Shakespeare company stages a hip-hop version of Richard III at the Taggart Memorial Amphitheatre—A treatment almost as new as the venue.
The New Albany band made a huge splash in 2013 with their debut album. Nearly 10 years, three labels, and a couple of departed band members later, they have returned to Indiana to reconnect with the people and places that first inspired them to make music.
Of all the industries decimated by the pandemic, few businesses were hit harder than concert venues. As the summer music season begins, HI-FI founder and MOKB Presents president Josh Baker reflects on two years that definitely did not rock.
Here's your cheat sheet to the best films (and one cringey) showing at next week's film festival. Enjoy 12 days of motion pictures at the artsy Windsor Park movie cinema or from the comfort of your home starting June 15th.
This month, a two-day music festival called WonderRoad debuts in Garfield Park. Will it succeed in a city that has never been able to sustain such a thing?