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Arts & Culture

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Cafe Patachou Turns 30

Here’s a (cinnamon) toast to its cultural impact.

Sisters, Lily and Madeleine looking angelic
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Speed Read: Lily And Madeleine

The homegrown sister act returns for a concert.

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Indy’s Art Galleries

Ready to hang with the creative types?

Grocery store fresh produce
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Street Savvy: Alabama Street

Not just for on-street parking.

Cincinnati Holocaust Center
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Day Trip: New Holocaust & Humanity Center In Cincinnati

The permanent memorial center holds more than 700 artifacts, as well as a replica of a historic Holocaust site.

A group of boys playing pool in 1907.
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Backtrack: Boys’ Town

As the name implies, these clubs were for boys only.

Megan Hilty in a black dress.
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Quick Q&A: Megan Hilty

The Wicked star couldn’t be more agreeable.

Illustration of a fight over Robert Indiana
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The Fight Over Robert Indiana’s Estate

A legal fight threatens a legacy.

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Phil Gulley: Head Space

In my dream, I pass the day writing and reading, then enjoy the dinner my wife has thoughtfully prepared and carried up the hill to me. (It is a dream, after all.)

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Five Years Of “The Art Assignment”

“The art world with Kanye in it is a better, more open, and less elitist art world.”

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The Hoosierist: Jiffy Lube Murals

Also, what was the biggest year for high school basketball in Indiana?

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Top Five Ways To Experience The Chicago Of High Fidelity Fame

We still haven’t seen Evil Dead II yet.

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Street Savvy: Lafayette

The best of Lafayette’s main drag.

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Backtrack: Helen McKay

“Steele’s page, on the other hand, was considered both beautiful and educational, teaching young readers tolerance and important topics of the day.”

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Six Subterranean Spots To Hunker Down For Snowpocalypse 2019

Oh just stay home and watch football.