Fat Turtle Theater brings collaborative approach to playwriting to Indianapolis, helping new productions get their start on the stage
Rep. Chris Chyung, D-Dyer, is just beginning his first term in the Statehouse, and just by his very presence there, he is making history.
It’s time to start plotting your summer concert calendar. Legendary rockers The Who join long list of big name acts coming to Indianapolis soon.
Shelly Fitzgerald, the Roncalli High School guidance counselor suspended for being in a same-sex marriage, officially filed a charge of discrimination Jan. 7 with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Jobs done by government workers are mostly thankless because no one notices until they stop doing them. Feeling their absence may be the only way to show the importance of their presence.
This week's missive: “Be yourself with bold candor and unapologetic panache. Speak the truth about your deepest values and clearest perceptions.”
Indiana state legislator who recently leveled charges of sexual misconduct against Attorney General Curtis Hill filed a series of bills Friday meant to prevent and punish the same behavior.
Neko Case, Parquet Courts, and Durand Jones among performers at IU Bloomington festival; author Dave Eggers to give keynote
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
New theater company, Be Out Loud, debuts with a lesser-known work by Tennessee Williams at the District Theatre on Mass Ave.
Indiana Forward, a coalition of local business, advocacy, education, and faith communities, launched its campaign to pressure lawmakers to pass a hate crimes law in the state on Tuesday.
Local activists have installed a community food box in front of Jonathan Brooks' Beholder restaurant not only to distribute food to those who need it, but to make a statement about gentrification in the area
Republicans in the Indiana House of Representatives released their top legislative priorities for 2019. Meanwhile, members of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus said they will pursue “an aggressive agenda of reform”
Revisiting an old favorite and taking stock of one of the most authentic Mexican restaurants around, both in terms of food and atmosphere.
After four years of owning and operating R2GO, Regina Mehallick will close the specialty market on Jan. 19, 2019.
Butler University has announced the next few events in the 2019 Visiting Writers Series featuring some of the best contemporary poets, novelists and nonfiction writers in the country.
There were no shortage of strong feelings and hopeful messages on display Thursday at the Indiana Statehouse as legislators began the 2019 Legislative Session.