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Richard Edwards
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Richard Edwards Returns With First Post-Margot Record

“The band, for all intents and purposes, from the beginning, was me and a gang of buddies here and there that would change and morph,” Edwards says. “My 20s had ended, and that band kinda felt like my 20s.”

Nathaniel Russell
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Indy Artist Nathaniel Russell Gives the World a Gift

Almost everyone in Indianapolis should be familiar with Russell’s work, even if they didn’t realize it. The large cutout people with the words “we,” “us,” and “all” at the corner of Michigan Street and Mass Ave. is one of the best examples of Russell’s public art.

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Holiday Express: The 5 Best Holiday Shopping Spots

From books to clothing, you can shop local for anything.

Reverend Peyton (center), Breezy Peyton (right), and Ben Bussel (left).
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Culture Q&A: Josh “The Reverend” Peyton

“I’ve been a champion of this state for a long time,” says Peyton. “I could live anywhere I want, and I choose to live here at home.”

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Three Models for Indy’s Hot Neighborhoods

A strong sense of community pervades one little downtown neighborhood populated with charming 1800s Victorians.

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Tweets of the Week: Butler Blue and Tom Brady, Leashed

Via @notthatjohnking: “Attention All Local Business Owners: You do not have to put your kid in your TV commercial.”

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25 Days of Holiday Gifts: Music-Lover's Journal

A Hoosier artist celebrates the relationship between music and illustration.

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Best of Indy: 34 Readers' Choice Winners

Here are the winners of our online survey accompanying the magazine’s “Best of Indy” feature, with a selection of comments from the readers who voted.

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Lily & Madeleine's New Music Video Hits the Spots

Here’s a new way to tell how hipster you are: How many local places do you recognize in Lily & Madeleine’s latest clip?

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Overheard on Record Store Day

Thousands descended on Indy CD & Vinyl, Luna Music, Karma Records, and Vibes Music on a perfectly sun-drenched Saturday.

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Third Man Rolling Record Store Draws a Crowd at LUNA Music

The Third Man Rolling Record Store, a yellow truck that sells material from the label of the same name, was parked in front of LUNA music in SoBro yesterday. Started by indie-rock icon Jack White, the Nashville label has something of a cult following, and the truck drives to different cities throughout the year to sell primarily vinyl records from bands ranging in genre from hip hop to rock to country.

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Tweets of the Week: July 9-13

 

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