Kurt Vonnegut spent his boyhood summers on Lake Maxinkuckee, and the author couldn’t have fabricated a more scenic locale in his novels. Indiana’s second-largest natural body of water offers shoreline restaurants, well-lit trails, and a small town full of boutiques.
On downtown’s best street, the action shifts to the west end.
The new space, three times the footprint of the old location, provides a state-of-the-art setting for the Vonnegut musical “God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater.”
One of the most decorated stand-up comics makes it look easy.
Take in the Vonnegut-inspired works of art, then take a piece home with you.
A new graffiti exhibit at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields is adding fuel to the debate over “aerosol art.”
With a comedy career that spans nearly three decades, Lewis Black is bringing his unique brand of comedy to the Old National Center on April 29.
Our guide to celebrating Indy’s most famous author
An acclaimed writer and Vonnegut confidant reflects on the turn of events that exiled him from the city—and what led him to come back, 40 years later.
Day 20: Bonus points if you find a first-edition book to go with it.