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Grab a sweater, kids! It’s the last official weekend of summer, the temperatures are supposed to drop significantly, and there’s a ton of outdoor events you’re going to want to plan for. So many, in fact, I couldn’t narrow it down to 10 this week. There are actually 11. And those don’t even …

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Ozzy Osbourne and company take the stage at Ruoff Music Center this weekend. Beforehand, we caught up Wylde, guitarist for the Prince of Darkness with a legendary career of his own.

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Pope Adrian Bless’ Fury Road marks his latest heartfelt release. Part of a series of works titled the Birdcage Sessions, the record features production from none Wildstyle, with guest appearances from Double A and E Dirty AC. You can hear selections from Fury Road when Bless performs at the final Oranje event as part of a lineup that also includes Dream Chief, Mudkids, S.M. Wolf, and Wife Patrol.

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The process used by what is supposed to be America’s great deliberative body to weigh the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court started as a farce. It now has become a debacle.

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Okay. Maybe we say this every week, but this time we mean it. There's a lot of good music options in Indy this week--no matter your taste. From Alt-Country in Garfield Park, to Punk Rock Karaoke, to an amazing Jazz Fest Block Party, it's time to get your groove on.

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Friday in Indianapolis is Car-Free Day--a coordinated effort designed to encourage sustainable transportation in order to reduce air pollution and traffic congestion. Experienced bike commuters will lead “bike trains” all over the city for commuters interested in ditching four wheels for two.

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Indy welcomes Blitzen Trapper for the first-ever Holler on the Hill festival this weekend. We caught up with frontman Eric Earley ahead of the band's Saturday performance in Garfield Park.

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Diann Ryan reprises her role as America’s best known sex therapist in Becoming Dr. Ruth, by Mark St. Germain, through Sept. 30 at Epilogue Players.

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There are now more than 80 craft breweries in Central Indiana; part of a resurgence that can be traced back to Broad Ripple Brewpub nearly 30 years ago and a tradition going back to the founding of Indianapolis in 1820.

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Chicano Batman perform at HI-FI on Friday, Sept. 21, kicking off an excellent weekend of live music in Indy. Ahead of the show, we caught up with lead guitarist Carlos Arévalo to discuss the L.A. band’s liberating sound.

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As lawmakers drag their feet or move backwards on climate change, local leaders from cities around the state gathered to share their accomplishments at the Third Annual Climate Leadership Summit.

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If you haven't checked out the sweetest gallery space in Indy yet, now would be a good time to do it. SugarSpace will host a migrating exhibition by art collective BBQLA called American Fine Arts: The Fool’s Journey this weekend that sounds delicious and intriguing.

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After Nike announced their new advertising campaign featuring former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, protesters destroyed their clothing, organizations called for boycotts, and the company's shares Rose to an all-time high. 

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Sen. Joe Donnelly has called for the Senate Judiciary Committee to delay a vote on the SCOTUS confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who has been accused of a drunken assault on a young woman while he was in high school.

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The pop icon brought her Reputation tour to Indianapolis over the weekend and broke Lucas Oil Stadium's concert attendance record.

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A growing number of Indiana Republicans currently running for office are declining to publicly debate their opponents ahead of the election, claiming voters already know where they stand on the issues.

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A federal grand jury has formally charged Nolan Brewer, 20, Cloverdale in the recent Carmel synagogue graffiti and fire incident, and revealed his un-charged, un-named co-conspirator to be his wife, a minor.

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After last weekend’s total washout, we’re being rewarded with glorious weather this time around, and that’s good news for two of the city’s largest festivals--Irish Fest and Jazz Fest.

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While not entirely free from the trappings of the genre, Juliet, Naked is to a great extent an enjoyable old school romantic comedy with a distinctive counter-culture mindset.

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A record number of cyclists are sharing city streets with cars, buses, and construction crews. Recent high-profile collisions have some asking, just how safe is it to ride your bike in Indianapolis?

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Mimi Blue's is more than a Mass Ave bistro serving up classic comfort food. It's also a small testament to the history of women far too-often absent in Indianapolis. 

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Hall & Oates star reflects on a lifetime of musical exploration ahead of His upcoming Indianapolis show in support of his newest solo project ’Arkansas.’

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One of the busiest and most versatile actors in Indianapolis, you can find Ryan Bennett onstage and behind the scenes at venues throughout the city.

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Two Indy art exhibitions take on the upheaval in the Middle East with a focus on recent events in Mosul, Iraq. We stopped by for their First Friday openings.

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Longtime bicycle advocacy group IndyCOG is now known as Bike Indianapolis; a change meant to provide clarity.

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Indiana’s largest law enforcement group endorsed Sen. Joe Donnelly for re-election on Monday supported by a unanimous decision from the FOP executive board. 

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From Gaga to Sinatra, Rucker shares great stories ahead of his stop in Indianapolis later this week co-headlining Ruoff with Lady Antebellum. 

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A new telling of the Lizzie Borden story owes more to fiction than facts, but that doesn’t make this latest version of the infamous crime any less compelling