Project seeks to improve Indy’s music ecosystem.
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Candidates who push partnerships with charter schools out-raised their competitors.
Be informed,vote informed,” reads the promotional material. “Uncivil War unravels a web of threats to American elections, separates truth from fiction, and exposes a hidden war against democracy itself.
January 16, 1920, Indiana was the 26th state to ratify the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Seven months later the required number of …
The former NUVO arts editor and columnist talks about his experience with the Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship, his continuing love for Indianapolis, and the property disputes along the beachfront in Michiana, where he has lived for the past six years.
After completing the regulatory assessment, music policy consultancy Sound Diplomacy is now in Phase II of putting together Indy’s first music strategy.
The ancient Jewish holiday of Passover, which uses the biblical story of Exodus as its backbone, can be used to highlight the historical suffering of Gentiles as well as Jews.
From art talks at Tube Factory artspace to teach-ins at Butler, we've got a very edifying 10 Things To Do list this week!
Google searches for “International Men's Day” peak on International Women's Day. This sort of whataboutism springs from the same well which inspires some to ask why there isn't a “White History Month” every February during Black History Month. As the adage goes, when you're accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression.