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The historic building designed by Bernard Vonnegut once served as a gymnasium for Indy's large German community. Most recently, it was on Indiana Landmarks’ 10 Most Endangered Buildings list.

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The Indianapolis Department of Public Works will have 70 drivers on the streets starting at 11 p.m. Wednesday to begin treating the roads ahead of a forecast including rain, sleet, and snow.

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You may have noticed that our print publication recently went bi-weekly. Did you know bi-weekly means both occurring twice a week and occurring every other week? For real, look it up. We mean the latter. Anyway, fear not, we'll still be posting Soundcheck online every week, same as before.

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On both sides, people are driven by a conviction that their needs, their hopes and their dreams have been disregarded by a rigged system that has no respect for them as people or citizens. 

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On the road in support of their new album, Rozwell Kid visits Indy’s Hoosier Dome this week. Beforehand, we chatted with frontman Jordan Hudkins about his West Virginia roots and much more.

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The Indiana Secretary of State's office now reports 100 percent of precincts have submitted results, though they will not be finalized until 10 days after the election.

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The president wants you to to fear refugees; the NRA wants you to fear a loss of personal freedom. Meanwhile, “troubled” white guys are gunning down innocents in record numbers. 

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It’s never easy to change something you’ve been doing the same way for nearly 30 years, especially when that something is tied to a tradition like local newspapers that goes back to the founding of our city and beyond.

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Word came on Nov. 7 that painter Lois Main Templeton has died at the age of 90. An important part of the Indianapolis art scene for decades, she will be missed by many.

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The former 107-acre estate of Mel and Bren Simon is now the property of The Great American Songbook Foundation which will hold an auction of residence items later this month.

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It can be easy to overreact after a string of close losses. If you’re looking for a column to feed your overreactive opinions, however, The Home Dipo is not for you.

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From movies to musical tributes, with a little theatre, ballet, and comedy thrown in as well, this weekend's 10 things to do list exemplifies just how easy it is to enjoy the arts in Indy every weekend of the year.

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Indianapolis is one of hundreds of cities where protests are planned in response to Trump's firing Wednesday of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

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Having already had a busy 2018, Jackson will make his way to Black Circle Brewing Co. on Saturday, Nov. 10 for a stand-up performance.

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Originally founded by Karl Hofstetter in 2003 as a means of legitimizing the music of his own band, Joyful Noise has blossomed into a globally respected label over the past 15 years while maintaining its humble Indianapolis roots.

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As we approach our 30th anniversary next March, I have an exciting announcement to make about our response to the challenges facing media and our role in Indianapolis.

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Located at the corner of Bethel and Raymond, Healer is equal parts arcade, bar, music venue, and art space.

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Violinist Gaelynn Lea regularly captivates rooms with her beautiful folk tunes, but the Duluth, Minn. musician hopes to have an even greater impact on audiences when she performs.

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Broemel returns to Indianapolis this week touring in support of his new album Wished Out. Beforehand, we chatted about his Indiana music roots and how that led to the ByBye collaboration.

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There is a distinctive affinity between ISO conductor Krzysztof Urbanski and pianist Jan Lisiecki, who have collaborated before: taking the tempo on the brisk side, they imparted coherency and completeness.