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Internationally recognized recording artists and musicians, David Ralston and Merry have created their own brand of music, self-described as "Okinawa Americana Music.”

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The Indianapolis Colts get a big win over the Jacksonville Jaguars 33-13 with the return of Jacoby Brissett at quarterback at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

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With their Nov. 12 performance at Indy’s Murat Theatre, Wilco again proved themselves to be a generational rock band, trekking through a career-spanning set with utmost style and finesse.

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A protégé of Gov’t Mule’s Warren Haynes and certainly no stranger to Indianapolis, Marcus King and his band brought their show to the Vogue Theatre Friday night in support of their new recording “El Dorado”, the fourth full length release by the band.  At 23 years of age, singer/songwriter a…

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Real 98.3 brought the Hot Girl herself, Megan Thee Stallion, and Yella Beezy to Indianapolis on Friday, Nov. 8, with a sold out show at the Pavilion at Pan Am. The two Texas rappers shut the venue down with their performances.

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The Indy Guitar Summit hit to a sold out Jazz Kitchen this past weekend. The brainchild of guitarist Bill Lancton that began in 2002 when he pulled together some of the finest jazz guitarists in Naptown for their twice-a-year shows at the JK.  

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Billed as Harlem 100 - Featuring Mwenso & the Shakes, Michael Mwenso and his band put on a great show at the , taking the crowd on a journey through the Harlem Renaissance. Special guests included vocalist Brianna Thomas, South African vocalist Vuyo Sotashe and tap dancer Michela Marino …

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It’s a Friday evening and a dozen or so people — men, women, teenagers, kids — are gathered at TITLE Boxing Club, an upscale boxing studio near a largely vacant shopping mall on Indianapolis’s north side.

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The Indiana Pacer without the help of Myles Turner, Goga Bitadze and Victor Oladipo pull off a 26 point victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Tuesday night, November 12th.

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The moving van pulls away leaving new people and their strange possessions next door. There is something different about them and the things they own. Something strange that suggests they are not quite like us, long-time residents of this place.

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The Indianapolis Colts fall to the Miami Dolphins 16-12 Sunday November 10th, at Lucas Oil Stadium. Dwight Freeney was inducted as the 16th member of the Colts' Ring of Honor in front of his former teammates. 

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A group of writers in Indiana and around the globe has a big month ahead. It is the start of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), and these Hoosier writers are opening up their laptops and have started typing furiously. They're on a mission to write 50,000 words within the short 30 days…

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Illenium brought all the good vibes and insane drops this past Tuesday (Nov 5th) when he brought his Ascend tour to Old National. His fans were eager to dance and have a good time to his extended set! He brought with him rising EDM stars Dabin and Will! Fans who missed out this time around w…

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Gryffin playing at the Old National Centre Deluxe. Dan who is known by his stage name Gryffin an American musician, DJ, record producer. He gained recognition for remixing some well-known songs such as Tove Lo's "Talking Body", Maroon 5's "Animals" and Years & Years' "Desire".

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Four U.S. Navy ships have been named after Indianapolis: a World War I-era cargo ship that was decommissioned within a few years, the heavy cruiser that won 10 battle stars during World War II before being sunk in the single largest loss of life in U.S. naval history, the Los Angeles-class s…

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The Ronen had me listening on unfamiliar landscapes at their opening concert for their 2019-2020 season. The November 4, program “Spotlight on Winds,” gratefully on my part, snuck in Josef Haydn’s Duo for Violin and Cello in D major. The splendid, nuanced interpretation by violinist Peter Vi…

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Nasty Women annual comedy benefit for Planned Parenthood at the White Rabbit Cabaret. lineups of non-men performers, produced and hosted by Indianapolis comedians Erin Carr and Gwen Sunkel to benefit charities including Planned Parenthood, All-Options Bloomington and the Damien Center. 

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After releasing their first album in 13 years, iconic rock band Tool visited Indianapolis with opening support from post-punk legends Killing Joke.

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