First published Feb. 9, 2021 in TheStatehouseFile.com
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The university announced two new initiatives to support Indy's Black community.
Two events this weekend combine art and food. Indy’s finest chefs will serve plates made by Fountain Square Clay Center potters during Setting a Place. On the same day, at Art Dish at the Harrison Center’s main gallery pairs a delicious meal with an art talk.
Breaking news out of Carmel: A new CEO is announced at the Center for the Performing Arts and the Young Performers Showcase has announced their theme for their 19th year.
The people who seek to enter our country as refugees are fleeing violence and threats to their lives.
It's been widely reported that hate crimes and bias incidents are on the rise in America after the election of Donald Trump.
Plastic yard signs and their aluminum stakes can go in your curbside bin
’s decision not to run for governor wasn’t a surprise, but it was disappointing, for a couple of reasons.
The Center for the Performing Arts is hosting quality shows, but money troubles and the resignation of CEO Steven Libman auger poorly for the neo-Classical behemoth.
On a good week for adventurous listeners, Identity Festival rolls into Noblesville, Outsound stops by The Toby and Bilal opens the Madame Walker season.