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4600 Sunset Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Last Updated: May 21, 2018

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Bioacoustician Katy Payne shares her insights on communication, habitat conservation, and the power of paying attention.

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Butler's can't-miss modern interpretation of a centuries-old Sanskrit play is the fruit of two months of work by students with visiting theater artist Kunju Vasudevan.

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Hoosiers without direct connection to armed services personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan risk disconnection with the casualty cost of the wars. This exhibit helps.

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On Aug. 4, Butler prof Kate Boyd will close out a sabbatical by playing John Cage's 'Sonatas and Interludes' on a painstakingly prepared piano.

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Debussy was right in predicting that his influence would skip a generation, says James Briscoe, director of a showcase of the composer's work starting Sept. 29.

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Jennifer Egan, who will speak March 20 at Butler, tells us about her enthusiastic adoption of new technologies as a writer - and her distaste for them as a mother and consumer.

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Jeff Pennycuff tells why he takes part in 24 Hours of Booty, a fundraiser for LIVESTRONG that challenges cyclists to ride into the wee hours of the morning.

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One of South Africa's leading anti-apartheid activists, theologian Allan Boesak, accepted a four-year appointment with CTS and Butler to hold the Desmond Tutu Chair of Peace, Global Justice, and Reconciliation Studies.

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The Army Corps of Engineers' public comment period for its Indianapolis North Flood Damage Reduction Project Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement will close July 8.

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When Mark Zunk received a notice about proposed changes to the

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Sunset Avenue Streetscape, it didn't mention banning street parking or felling some the neighborhood's mature trees.

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Jenna Epkey, upcoming singer-songwriter, is the newest addition to student-run label IndyBlue at Butler University. The label just helped her release her new album, Hologram.

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It's cycling season and while some people may brave the car-laden roads, Indianapolis has plenty of biking trails for the less adventurous riders. In the third installment of a series, we've compiled a few stops for food and drink along one of the city's less-traveled trails, The Central Canal Towpath.

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