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Clowes Memorial Hall

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Q&A With A Book Of Mormon Star

“I’ve seen a dad try to cover his daughter’s eyes and ears because he didn’t know what he had brought her to.”

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Lugar Honored On 50th Anniversary Of Mayoral Election

“Before the program even began, the crowd delivered each a standing ovation, awed by two statesmen who eschewed speaking in soundbites in favor of fully formed U.N. draft resolutions.”

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Quick Q&A with Mike Birbiglia

“When I met John Green on the set of the movie, I really felt like he was a kindred spirit.”

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Jordan Peele Comes to Indy

“All of what I do contains an element of social relevance. I love projects that feel like they couldn’t have been made two years ago.”

City Guide 2014 Hometown Favorites Eagle
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Your Indy Valentine’s Day Guide

For lovers of luxury, sports, Downton Abbey, and everything in between.

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Street Savvy: Butler-Tarkington

Headed to Clowes Memorial Hall? Oh Yumm! Bistro serves the best pre-show light dinner in the neighborhood.

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Please Be Seated: Six Great Indy Theater Chairs

Want more leg room at the IRT? Reserve an aisle seat or the back row of the balcony. The best view and sound, though, is—surprise—up in the balcony.

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Artists Collide as Spotlight Event Raises $352K

Q Artistry led in terms of quirk factor, and spoken-word poet Tasha Jones continued her striking series of turns.

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Spotlight 2014: Five Must-See Performances

I’m willing to bet soul-music legend Ray Charles never expected his music to be the backbone of a contemporary modern-dance company. But Nicholas Owens Dance Company has done just that.

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Wanted: Chairs From Local Landmarks

Own a piece of Indianapolis history: armchairs from Clowes Memorial Hall, The Coliseum, and Bush Stadium, all the product of recent renovations.

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The Pillar: Evans Woollen

People would drive out of their way to see an Evans Woollen house, says one longtime friend. “In the ’60s, that stuff wasn’t happening here.”