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Q&A: Hanif Abdurraqib, Poet And MTV Cultural Critic

See if you can guess the worst spelling of his name by a Starbucks employee.

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Commentary: DNC Chair Brings “Unbridled Optimism” To IU’s McKinney School Of Law

“Don’t let these [civil rights] laws gather dust,” he warned the audience.

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Swoon List: The Garden Table, Fat Dan's Deli, and More.

Gourmet empanadas, a juice sampler, a cult-favorite dessert, and more.

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Street Savvy: IUPUI

The growing campus offers a smart selection of cultural attractions for the public. Here’s a crash course.

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A New Chapter for IUPUI’s Center for Ray Bradbury Studies

The Center for Ray Bradbury Studies once may have seemed, well, like science fiction. Yet the icy reception the genre once received from critics and academics has begun to thaw.

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A Breakdown of Indy Ultimate

On April 30, the inaugural Indy Ultimate will turn downtown into one large obstacle course involving landmarks, sports arenas, and art stations. Here’s a breakdown of the challenge, starting at Military Park.

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Discovery: Quills Cafe

At this four-month-old coffee-connoisseur’s cafe, the baristas are heavily trained and geek out on pour methods.

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The Replay: Ron Hunter, Purdue, and the Colts

Purdue falls—and so does former IUPUI coach Ron Hunter.

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Q&A: Will Carroll, Sports Journalist and Injury Expert

“Kids and their parents are thinking they’re the next football star or the next Venus Williams or Tiger Woods, so they play the same sport year-round, and they don’t get rest.”

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Provocative Writer Randa Jarrar to Speak at Herron

“I refuse to sit quietly in the margins and only speak when I can ‘calmly’ educate and teach,” she says.

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Meryl Streep at IU: 'I Thought I Was Too Ugly to Be an Actress'

“Many of my friends woke up at 3 years of age and said, ‘I have to be onstage.’ I never had that,” Streep said to her Bloomington audience. “I’ve always been an omnivore, interested in way too many things, but I found the one profession that fed all my appetites.”

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ESPN's Michael Wilbon Sounds Off Ahead of Indy Visit

“There are a lot of historic things that have happened in Indianapolis,” says Wilbon, “whether we’re talking about Negro League baseball or Crispus Attucks High School.”

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2013 Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco Coming to Indy

“President Obama and Vice President Biden stood up to shake my hand,” says Blanco. “It was a true sign of respect for my work as a poet. I thought, ‘These guys have my back.'”

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Local Museums, Libraries Collaborate on '60s Flashback

Five museums and archival sites will show us their take on the 1960s beginning this month in a joint exhibition called “A Change Is Gonna Come.”

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Regatta Recap: Speedos, Sno Cones, and Dogs—Oh My!

The ducks of the downtown Canal had company on Saturday as IUPUI students paddled a half-mile stretch of the murky water for the fifth annual Regatta—a canoe race among student organizations and school departments.