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The IMAX Theater At Indiana State Museum Turns Ready Player One Into A Game For All Of Us

The IMAX Theater at Indiana State Museum is embracing our theory that downtown is one giant playground.

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Downtown IMAX Scores Special Star Wars Screenings

Experience The Last Jedi on the state’s largest screen that’s nearly ten Harrison Fords tall and fifteen Mark Hamills wide.

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The Perfect Antidote: New The Power Of Poison Exhibition

Good or evil? Pick your poison at Indiana State Museum’s latest exhibition.

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Rock Solid

Peering up at the Empire State Building in New York City, the daunting skyscrapers can make you feel far from home. The hustle and bustle of the big city is a change of pace from the slow and steady heartbeat of home of Indiana. But home isn’t as far away as you’d think. It’s built […]

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Award-Winning Movie About Adult High-Schoolers Arrives At IMAX

Gregory Henson, a single father and former drug dealer looking to turn his life around, slouches in a waiting room chair, hoping his baby will be okay.
It’s 3:28 a.m.
The last thing on his mind?
His Algebra I final in five-and-a-half hours.

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Encounter: Pinewood Derby

Yellow light … yellow light … yellow light … green light! And they’re off.

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The New IMAX Movie Is a Very Big Deal

The film starts with a good 10 minutes showing dust swirling prismatically in space. It’s pure and beautiful.

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Catch Bicentennial Fever: Great Ways to Salute Indiana in 2016

Indiana is going all out to salute the big 2-0-0. Want to get in the Hoosier State spirit? We have a few ideas.

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Indy Gets a Unique Version of the New Star Wars Film

There are only 15 screens in the world where you’ll be able to see The Force Awakens exactly as it was shot, and one is in Indy.

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Editor’s Note, June 2015: Lake Michigan Getaways

There’s something about running along the Canal that makes me want to give everyone I see a big thumbs-up.

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Q&A: Adam Carolla on His New Paul Newman Racing Documentary

“Honestly, I really do feel like if Paul were alive, I would love to just sit down and watch this movie with him,” says Carolla. “I don’t think he’d necessarily appreciate a retrospective on his film career, but I think he would love this movie.”

Bill Foley Marian Prof
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Ask Me Anything: War Photographer Bill Foley

“There were rules in those days. People didn’t just cut off other people’s heads.”

Madame Walker Theatre
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Black History Month: Five Fun Indy Outings

Celebrate both West African and African-American art, history, and culture from a Hoosier perspective.

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Exhibit Worthy: Top Shopping at Indy Museums

Great picks at Children’s Museum, Eiteljorg, IMA, and more

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25 Days of Holiday Gifts: Moustache Magnets

See what relatives look like with a Charlie Chaplin or handlebar style.