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Located one block South of the Stutz Artist Studios. Entrance is located in the back of the Sutton Garten Welding Supplies Company. Look for the bright green door.
Aiming to foster a secular society, the CFI is working to put “an end to the influence that religion and pseudoscience have on public policy” and the “privileged position” they enjoy in society. In addition, it hopes to rid people of the stigma attached to being a nonbeliever. The CFI does not oppose the free exercise of religion, but its primary focus is on promoting science, reason and humanist values in the hopes of convincing others that religious dogma alone shouldn’t dictate our moral norms. This organization carries out its work through education, publishing, advocacy and social services.
Under the state-of-the-art Palladio Dome, in the 1600-seat theatre dubbed the Palladium, the sonics are perfect. The Palladium is just one of the venues at Carmel's Center for the Performing Arts; there's also a 500-seat proscenium theater, the Tarkington, that is the new home of the Civic Theater, and a 200-seat studio theater as well.
Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center opened in 1994 and features the 500-seat Viennese-style Ruth Lilly Performance Hall, as well as the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center, an art gallery that presents local artists and exhibits from around the world. The center also houses the University of Indianapolis' Fine Arts departments. Also home to the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra and the Visiting Artist Series, the center has designated Maestro Raymond Leppard its artist-in-residence. Overall, the center is a vibrant hub, hosting a variety of art genres and making the south side of Indianapolis a must-visit, cultural destination.
With two prime locations in downtown and Broad Ripple, Crackers is the 300-pound gorilla of Indianapolis comedy clubs. Look for touring comics with feature film experience alongside local pros. All shows are 18+, with a two-drink minimum in the show room.
This cheery, colorful space comes with a built-in coffeehouse, requisite loitering furniture and free Wi-Fi. It is a great spot for your morning pick-me-up cup of joe or a quick, filling lunch, and also features an ever-changing menu of dinner entrees.
This 2,200-seat hall opened in 1963 to national architectural news coverage. Unique interior elements include no interrupting aisles for center seats, a close proximity to the stage and a special acoustic design for symphonies. Butler Ballet, Butler Symphony and other music groups perform regularly at Clowes, but the concert hall hosts such diverse attractions as Broadway Across America, John Mellencamp and Street Drum Core.
With two prime locations in downtown and Broad Ripple, Crackers is the 300-pound gorilla of Indianapolis comedy clubs. Look for touring comics with feature film experience alongside local pros. All shows are 18+, with a two-drink minimum in the show room.
Conner Prairie is an outdoor living history museum featuring first- and third-person Midwest interpretations of America's indigenous and settlement stories. On the land originally settled by William Conner and his first wife, Mekinges — daughter of Delaware Chief William Anderson — the museum is old school but not behind on the times. With solar panels and a wind turbine, Conner Prairie features a mixture of the new and the old. Historic areas provide authentic, unique and entertaining educational experiences, including Prairietown, Lenape Village and the Museum Center. The state-of-the-art amphitheater hosts Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s Symphony on the Prairie. There newest exhibit, 1863 Civil War Journey: Raid on Indiana, is a chance to let living history not only unfold before your eyes, but surround you.
Located in the historic Columbia Club on Monument Circle, The Cabaret features intimate performances in the classic cabaret style. While beloved local performers like Deb Mullins, Shannon Forsell and Brenda Williams can be regularly seen, The Cabaret also brings in top performers from around the country and beyond. Expect a wide range of musical genres, from bebop and blues to boogie and Broadway musical tunes. All the amenities are in place: a variety of hors d'oeuvres, appetizers, a full dinner and luscious desserts. Plus, you can choose from an array of fine wines — or just enjoy a martini.
Café Nonna serves customers traditional Italian Gelato using original recipes from Italy and 28 flavors of soft serve ice cream.
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