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Indiana Backroads: Southern Exposure in Vevay

Tucked between the Ohio River and some of Indiana’s best hills, historic Vevay blends artsy, country, and quirky in a culture all its own.

Tony Styxx Spoken Word Poet
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Speaking Out

Three Indiana natives discuss art, inspiration, and spoken word poetry in Indianapolis.

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Indiana Instagram Barn Gazing

Set your filter to “Willow.” Visit these rustic photogenic landmarks on your next Indiana roadtrip.

The Ticket 2015
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Q&A: Paula Katz

Paula Katz talks about being a one-woman-staff at the iMOCA and the blurry line between work and life.

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Résumé: Alan Cumming

A look into the eclectic career of Alan Cumming, including that Romy and Michele dance, his Cabaret days, and his award-winning cologne called Cumming.

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Hot Tickets: Eight Indy Art Experts Share Their Fall Picks

“I can’t wait for the Indianapolis Museum of Art ‘Project IMA Fashion Show’ on October 9. It’s truly one of the best-produced fashion events in our city—a must-see!”

A Gen Con art show popped up at the Artsgarden.
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Art’s a-Poppin’!

“It’s a complete shift in the way art is presented and taken in by the local community. Pop-up events are one of the key ways that people experience art now.”

The Ticket 2015
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Q&A: Francesca Zappia

Debut young-adult novelist and Indy native Francesca Zappia discusses her recently published book, Made You Up.

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10 Things to Expect from Irish Fest’s 20th Anniversary

For 20 years, Indy Irish Fest has celebrated Celtic heritage in Indiana. Here’s how to navigate this year’s festival like a true Irishman.

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Hot List 9.8.15

Sharp fall loafers, Game of Thrones gifts, upcycled piano-wire jewelry, the must-have farmer’s market tee, and more.

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Speed Read: Dream Cars Exhibit

The IMA hopes its first foray into vehicles reaches 75,000 in attendance, which would make Dream Cars one of the IMA’s largest events ever.

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Hot List: 2.13.15

A cerebral calendar, a sweet graphic dress, cooler inline skates, and more.

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Art Watch: ‘Irvington Turns Up Freaks & Strange Things’

“It’s good testimony to what can happen when people who love their neighborhood come together.”

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Why Indy’s Creative Class Loves Evansville Right Now

In 2012, staffers at an Evansville museum discovered an original Picasso, mislabeled, that had been stored unnoticed for nearly 50 years.

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Evansville Professor’s Charlie Hebdo Cartoon Goes Viral

Dr. James MacLeod drew a simple yet compelling cartoon within an hour of hearing about the attacks on satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo.

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