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We ask leaders of nonprofit arts organizations, community leaders, and scholars to give us their best definitions of the term -- and we'd also like to know yours.

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Born in Lorain, Ohio, comedian Ramon Rivas II has appeared in shows like Broad City and Crashing, while continuing to bolster his stand-up resume. We caught up with him before an intimate performance at State Street Pub.

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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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A bill pending in the Indiana legislature would provide a means for cultural arts districts to capture tax revenue in order to boost cultural and economic development.

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Stan and Ollie is a sweet story about one of Hollywood’s most famous comic duos. Well worth seeing, Ed wishes the film would have been just a little bit longer, and a little bit more ambitious.

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Ahead of his visit to Indy, for a conversation and screening of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan we chat with the Hollywood legend about movies, his family ties to Indiana, and making music with Ben Folds.

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The actor talks movies, Velvet Underground, Mike Pence, Hunter S. Thompson, and what he looks for in a record store ahead of his visit to Indianapolis for a High Fidelity screening and conversation. 

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It’s the First Friday of the month and time to discover a whole new crop of local art and artists. As February is Black History Month, several venues host exhibitions in keeping with that important theme.

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Try as he might, reviewer Lou Harry sees little more here, arc-wise, than a schlumpy attention-hog guitarist who wants to rock, lies his way into a teaching gig, and scraps the school’s lesson plans to satisfy his own limitations.

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Dan stops by Tonya, an exhibition of video work by Kota Ezawa, showing the synthesis of video art and dance now on view at Herron School of Art & Design

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We interview Greg Sanders, artistic director of Indianapolis Men's Chorus about his production that channels Freddie Mercury, Green Day, and Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

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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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The veteran comic talks game shows, discovering new music, and dissing Donald Trump ahead of his upcoming appearances at the Comedy Attic this weekend.