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Drummer Brian Blade brought his band Life Cycles to the Jazz Kitchen for two nights of great music.  In addition to performing many original tunes composed by various members of the ensemble, they paid tribute to Vibraphone master Bobby Hutcherson, playing his legendary 1970 recording Now! i…

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Identification hurdles, poorly-trained poll workers and missing power cords for voting machines are just a few of the problems people face when trying to vote in the United States.

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The traveling Disrupt Festival made its way to Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center on Sunday, July 14. The daylong event featured performances from The Used, Circa Survive, Sum 41, and more.

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Okinawans just want to have fun. At the Indiana Okinawa Kenjinkai Annual Picnic, members and non-members gather at Lawrence Park to dance, play games, and eat traditional Okinawa cuisine. The annual gathering aims to educate our community on Okinawa's unique cultural traditions and raise mon…

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Ice Nine Kills brought their "The Silver Scream" tour to The Citadel Music Hall on Saturday July 13th. The horror movie themed show compliments the album of the same name which features songs paying homage to horror favorites like "Friday the 13th", "It" and "A Nightmare on Elm Street".

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Indiana and Kentucky natives Flip the Switch joined HAWK and Toothgrinder as supporting acts for Ice Nine Kills "The Silver Scream" Tour when it arrives at the Citadel Music Hall on Saturday July the 13th.

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The Indiana Fever fall to the Connecticut Sun 76-63 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. 

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Having recently released a brand new single titled “Easy Love,” Blair St. Clair took time to chat with our Seth Johnson about her latest musical endeavors, while also looking back on how she got to this point in life.

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Over 1,400 cyclists signed up to race on the streets downtown on Friday night on Mass Ave and all day Saturday near the circle. The Mass Ave Crit was back for its 11th running under beautiful skies and the audience was not disappointed. Neither were the racers. NUVO no longer hosts the event…

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Static-X brought the Wisconsin Death Trip 20th Anniversary Tour to Indy on July 11th. The tour serves as both a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the band's most popular album and also a celebration of the life of late frontman Wayne Static.

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The Indiana Fever lose another at home this time to the Los Angeles Spark 90-84.

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Canadian pop star Carly Rae Jepsen dazzled on a Wednesday night in July, turning Indy’s Egyptian Room into her very own pop music palace.

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The Indiana Department of Transportation will hold a public open house at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Decatur Central High School in Indianapolis to discuss and seek input on a project that will add travel lanes to portions of Interstate 465.

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Jane Bunnett and Maqueque @ The Jazz Kitchen Sunday night. Jane is a world-renowned, Grammy-nominated Jazz musician from Canada and influenced heavily by Cuban music. Other than herself, the other musicians (other than the vocalist) are from Cuba.

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Ask Lt. Gov. Susanne Crouch about the best places to visit in Indiana, she immediately rattles off Spencer, home to an LGBTQ+ store and community center, sites in Indianapolis, and the Indiana Dunes on the shores of Lake Michigan.

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Carmel Fest celebrated Independence Day with a patriotic parade, "CarmelFest Has Talent" show, Jazz musicians Rob Dixon and Valerie Phelps on the free stage, along with festival food and games. Photo by Lora Olive

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INDIANAPOLIS—With Independence Day fast approaching, the Indiana Department of Insurance wants Hoosier homeowners and renters to know that their property insurance may not cover the use of fireworks.

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Ahead of her performance at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn later that night, Courtney Barnett performed a stripped-down set at Indy CD & Vinyl, charming devoted fans to a four-song set of selections new and old.

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Ed reviews a fantasy film about a Beatles fan, and a Beatles covers songs performer, who finds himself awaking into a world similar to our own, where The Beatles never existed.  

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With the fundraising goal set by The Indianapolis Cultural Trail for "Ann Dancing" just two days away, IUPUI associate professor of art and museum studies Laura M. Holzman gives this debate about public art some much-needed context. 

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Despite trailing by as much as 22 points with seven minutes left in the third quarter and taking a two point lead in the fourth the Fever fall to the Minnesota Lynx 78-74 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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After a change of venue due to rain, Young the Giant, Fitz and the Tantrums, and Coin graced the Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center stage on Sunday, June 16. Young the Giant came supporting their 2018 album Mirror Master, while Fitz and the Tantrums came fresh off the release of their latest s…

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Ahead of her show at the Lawn, the much-loved indie-rocker chatted with our Seth Johnson about a myriad of topics, from inclusivity to her humble Australian beginnings.

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Gov't Mule knocking out hits for their summer tour at Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park. Photographed by Mark Sheldon 

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Karl Denson's Tiny Universe opened for Gov't Mule, fresh off their support of the Rolling Stones a few nights before in Chicago. Photographed by Mark Sheldon

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The 2020 Census is coming! Yes, that’s going to be more fun than the 2020 elections. We’ll learn something from the decennial Census. Dyspepsia is all we can expect from the quadrennial elections. 

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Hundreds Celebrated the Summer Solstice and Participated in the Inaugural International Day of Yoga, on Friday, June 21, on Monument Circle in Downtown Indianapolis. Photos by Lora Olive