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Blackbear and Ellohim traveled to Indianapolis to perform in front of a sold out crowd at the Egyptian Room on Friday June 14th. These two... [Read More]
Carrie Underwood and special guests Maddie & Tae and Runaway June perform at Bankers Life Fieldhouse for The Cry Pretty Tour 360 on June 16,... [Read More]
Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Dylan Peers McCoy and Stephanie Wang on June 14, 2019... [Read More]
Lennie's is moving to 514 East Kirkwood after three decades as craft food and beer leader at 1795 East 10th Street. [Read More]
Catfish And The Bottlemen performed live at the Old National Centre on Wednesday. Photographed by Brooke McCallum... [Read More]
On Wednesday, June 12, Welsh indie-rock band Catfish and the Bottlemen visited the Egyptian Room at Old National Center, supporting their 2019 album The Balance.... [Read More]
The Fort Wayne Air show was a fantastic and memorable experience for all. Thousands of spectators attended the Fort Wayne Air Show to see supersonic-speed... [Read More]
It's Dan Grossman, writer on arts, faith, & equity. [Read More]
Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Matt Barnum on June 11, 2019... [Read More]
After visiting in 2018, Dead & Company returned to Ruoff Home Mortgage Center nearly one year later to the date for another unforgettable show. Fronted... [Read More]
Multi-platinum recording artist Hozier visited Indianapolis on Monday, June 10 for a headlining show at the Murat Theatre. Best known for his Grammy-nonimated hit "Take... [Read More]
Legendary rock band REO speedwagon performed at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park on Tuesday June 11, 2019. [Read More]
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg delivers his first foreign policy speech of the primary season Tuesday afternoon at the Indiana University Auditorium in Bloomington, June... [Read More]
Staff turnover is down, caseload sizes are dropping and the ratio of supervisors to case managers has improved in the year since an outside review... [Read More]
Once a next-door neighbor of Wes Montgomery, jazz vocalist Everett Greene remembers his days on the city's historic Indiana Avenue. [Read More]
Will Rogers may have been more than a comedian, a philosopher and a newspaper columnist. [Read More]
Days ahead of public interviews with superintendent candidates, Indianapolis Public Schools board members say they have three strong choices — but they are waiting to... [Read More]
I've always believed that if you're going to preach tolerance to others, you should remember it's a two-way street with multiple lanes. That lesson was... [Read More]