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This weekend's top choices include a magic festival, a peep show, and the reopening of the Museum of Psychphonics—plus the ISO goes bananas for kids and it’s adults-only night at the Children’s Museum.

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After a whirlwind few days, the amended version of the hate crimes bill, Senate Bill 12, passed the Indiana Senate on Thursday by a vote of 39 to 10.

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“You need to remember your past, because that's how you learn about your future, and know where you're going. That's why history and social studies are so important.”

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Indianapolis Black History can be traced to 1821 and one woman. Her name was Chaney Lively—a highly respected free woman of color who made the city her home for more than 35 years.