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Long-time NPR host Robert Siegel comes to Indianapolis as part of the Ann Katz Festival of Books at the JCC this week. Arts Editor Dan Grossman spoke with Siegel at length about his long career as co-host of All Things Considered

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Q Artistry brings 'Cabaret Poe' to the Phoenix Theatre this year. It's the 10th anniversary for the production; their first in the new venue.

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The recent URBANSCREEN Light-Art Show "German Influencers" raises complicated questions of ethnicity and identity. 

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Assorted goblins, ghouls, and Freddy Kruegers are getting ready for you in haunted houses throughout the city, just as a smorgasbord of art openings debut on First Friday, Oct. 5. Here are a dozen we're hoping to catch.

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The comedian returns to Indy for a standup set at the Murat Theatre on Friday, Oct. 5. Before the show, we interviewed him about his love for Kurt Vonnegut, disgust for Mike Pence, and his overriding optimism about America.

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This weekend at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, you were able to see a ballet choreographed by the co-founder of the New York City Ballet—and the photos taken by its first photographer—under the same roof.

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Author and philanthropist Jane Fortune passed away this week. A noted arts patron in Indianapolis, she was also an advocate of women's arts around the world.

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"Bright Star" is an excellent fit for the Phoenix theater, maybe the best they've hosted in the venue, says reviewer Lou Harry. It’s a tuneful, unchallenging tale with its heart on its sleeve, peopled with a first-rate cast and given a warm production.