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Chicago Tribune Columnist Lori Waxman, who will review 30 Artists’ work over three days at Herron, talks about the need that artists have for reviews, and developments in the art world at large.

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Not thrilled with the the NRA Convention this weekend being located right here in Indianapolis? Neither are we. So we put some extremely worthwhile events here just for you including a launch party, a dance performance, an indie-rock extravaganza, and that's far from all. 

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Dan Grossman speaks with Tatjana Rebelle, founder of VOCAB Open Mic, about her life as a poet and activist, and about the Indianapolis spoken word scene that she knows so well. 

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Tatjana Rebelle and her friends, including her co-host Corey Ewing, have created a spoken word series that welcomes all and that happens once every month at the White Rabbit Cabaret.

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This weekend we've got a play about competing religious dogmas at the Phoenix Theatre and a robotics competition at Center Grove High School among other activities for your consideration.

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From a CBD Expo to a performance by Monica Cantrell, who will be channeling Billie Holiday in a local bar, we've got a wide variety of events for you this weekend. And it's forecast to be sunny. What more can you ask for?

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It's a weekend for holding-onto-your-butts theatrical performances, art openings (even though it's not First Friday!) and Mariah Carey!

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While continuing the search a permanent new location, the temporary store at Circle Center Mall has plenty of Kurt Vonnegut swag to offer, as well as opportunities to reflect on the Indy-born author's work.  

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The first event of the 2019 Vivian S. Delbrook Reading Series at Butler University featured an engaging evening with poet Gregory Orr whose work is informed by both tragedy and joy.

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While continuing the search a permanent new location, the temporary store at Circle Center Mall has plenty of Kurt Vonnegut swag to offer, as well as opportunities to reflect on the Indy-born author's work.  

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The first event of the 2019 Vivian S. Delbrook Reading Series at Butler University featured an engaging evening with poet Gregory Orr whose work is informed by both tragedy and joy.

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