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  • Nov 14-20, 2007
  • Vol. 18, No. 38


  • Income tax a good thing

    The recent income tax increase not only will put more money into public safety but it also will help strengthen their long-ignored pension issues.
  • Not "ladies"

    Picked up a copy of your paper the other day to see if it had evolved into a more appropriate newspaper for today's America. Nope.
  • Turkey first

    It's hard to believe that there used to be NO Christmas anything before Thanksgiving. I look back on those days and wish we as a culture would put an end to the over-commercialization of this holiday.
  • Fictions

    No I have never wondered or worried about being "judged" at the time of death. I find such concerns to be among several coercive tactics of the clergy to control gullible churchgoers.
  • A melting pot spot
  • A melting pot spot

    Unless you're living under that proverbial rock, it would be hard not to notice the profound changes taking place in Central Indiana with all the new faces in town and the riches they have brought with them.

Arts + Entertainment

  • 2007 International Fest
  • 2007 International Fest

    The International Festival is an annual celebration of Central Indiana's rich ethnic and cultural diversity hosted by the Nationalities Council of Indiana. This year marks the 31st anniversary of the festival.
  • ISO Pops goes to the movies
  • ISO Pops goes to the movies

    Fans of great movie music need to head for Hilbert Circle Theatre this weekend when the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra presents a program of great movie themes.
  • True identity
  • True identity

    For the past 10 years, the Eiteljorg Museum has done much to shatter one particularly tenacious stereotype: that Native American art is about decoration and/or function, but not ideas.
  • Chamber concert sells cells

    Whoever thought a cell phone could be viewed as anything but an anathema in a classical concert? Well, Indy native David Baker, 75-year-old professor of jazz studies at IU, was persuaded that if you can't beat 'em, then why not join 'em.

Special Issues


  • No Country for Old Men
  • No Country for Old Men

    Grim. Violent. Relentless. Mean. Melancholy. All in all, the perfect movie to help you mentally prepare for next week's Thanksgiving get-togethers.


  • Gina Sicilia
  • Gina Sicilia

    Anyone who still thinks the blues is music for older generations should check out the debut album of Philadelphia's Gina Sicilia, 22, Allow Me to Confess.
  • Ben Lee, Cary Brothers

    Today's Ben Lee is not the one you may have fallen in love with when he was a teenage wunderkind from Down Under who caught the ears of Sonic Youth and the Beastie Boys.
  • NUVO Presents The Cult
  • NUVO Presents The Cult

    Not many rock singers could pull off a stint fronting a glorified Doors tribute band and be able to bounce back, rep intact - even if the band was comprised of former members of The Doors.
  • Patti LaBelle

    Patti LaBelle has been singing R&B, soul and gospel for almost 50 years and shows no signs of slowing down.

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