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With a name inspired by Cormac McCarthy, The Orchard Keepers are an Indianapolis three-piece specializing in darkly tinged rock 'n' roll. 

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Indianapolis mayors wield more power than those in many other cities. This election year, what matters most when choosing the best person for the job of leading all of Marion County?

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Democratic Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett ended 2018 with a healthy campaign war chest as he looks to keep his job in the upcoming municipal elections.

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Instead of moving into a dedicated space, the museum is pursuing multiple partnerships and will continue exhibiting in temporary spaces under a new leadership   

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Hoosiers who rely on SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) will be receiving their February benefits on Wednesday, Jan. 16. No further benefits will be released until March, at the soonest. 

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The Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library has closed its space in the Emilie Building, but it is still very much a functioning organization. A temporary pop-up shop at Circle City Mall will open in early February.

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The forecast calls for snow, perhaps our first big accumulation of the winter. So we've found 10 ways to keep you entertained indoors while the white stuff falls between now and Monday.

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Chef Twinkle Van Winkle brings nearly 25 years of experience to her new role managing the Foundation’s after-school and summer meal programs for 1,200+ local kids

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The Republican state senator cites Indy's violent crime rate and increased homicides as reasons for running against current mayor, Democrat Joe Hogsett.

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Democrats and Republicans have both said increased funding for Indiana educators is on their agenda, but there is little agreement about how to make that happen.

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Designed to inspire innovation, showcase impact, reward leadership and promote education around the principles of sustainability, applications and nominations for Indianapolis Sustainability Summit are now open. 

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Longtime Arts Contributor Rita Kohn previews the arts events she’s most looking forward to in 2019 with everything from IMAX Atomic Movie Nights to the ISO's A Night in Paris

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Tuesday night, President Donald Trump went on national television to propose a solution that won’t work for a problem that doesn’t exist.

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After four years of owning and operating R2GO, Regina Mehallick will close the specialty market on Jan. 19, 2019.

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The show harkens back to a time before exorbitant theater prices made it impossible for good-enough, gimmick-free shows like this to have lengthy runs on Broadway—and healthy afterlives in regional theaters.

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Long reads are tough, and we get the TL;DR that's so prevalent these days. But, just in case you have a little extra time at the start of the new year, we've got a list of some of our favorite cover stories from 2018 worth revisiting 

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From what promises to be a memorable night at the symphony with Harry Potter to a cooking class at Indy's favorite Honky-Tonk, we've got 10 things to get you out of the house and into some fun between now and Monday morning. 

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As Indy closed a deadly 2018, Mayor Joe Hogsett joined IMPD and community leaders at the John H. Boner Community Center to review crime statistics and public safety initiatives.