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Anti-war protestors. A small group of anti-war protestors demonstrated on Monument Circle Saturday, Sunday and Monday. On Monday, they also protested at the Federal Building. This group currently has a lawsuit filed against IPD claiming they were illegally detained in August while protesting the National Governors' Association meeting.
No more free art. The Indianapolis Museum of Art has announced it will start charging a general admission fee of $7 beginning May 10, 2005. Given its extensive expansion project, this news was as inevitable as the hard hat on a construction worker's head. Thursdays, it must be added, will be free with extended hours. It's still a shame to see one of the great free tickets in this or any town fall by the wayside.
Nothing better to do. With people dying every day in Iraq, 100 Ball State students insulted the legacy of campus protest by fighting for their right to party - with Indianapolis television reporters in tow. The students are angst ridden about school officials paying closer attention to the underage drinking and wild parties that have led to a recent rash of violence, including a student's murder, near the campus.

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