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The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission filed a disciplinary complaint Tuesday against Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill. The Indiana Supreme Court, who will ultimately rule on the complaint, could strip Hill of his law license, which would also mean he could not hold his current position of Attorney General.

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After releasing their debut album in 2016, American Bombshell returns on Saturday, March 23 with their latest full-length titled Tattooed ‘n Bruised, celebrating with a hometown release show at Radio Radio.

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On Wednesday, at the historic Elder W. Diggs School, Indianapolis-based Crossroads Education announced it had been awarded $750,000 by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to expand its Learning Commons model at four Indianapolis schools.

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From a CBD Expo to a performance by Monica Cantrell, who will be channeling Billie Holiday in a local bar, we've got a wide variety of events for you this weekend. And it's forecast to be sunny. What more can you ask for?

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With a past that dates back to DIY venues in the Bay Area, Cass McCombs reflects on his life then and now ahead of a headlining show at HI-FI.

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Former Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Indiana, died Thursday of pneumonia at the age of 91. He recognized the truth about the Electoral College long before the 2000 or 2016 presidential elections gave us popular-vote-losing Republican Presidents George W. Bush and Donald Trump, respectively. This outdated system will increasingly lead to a feeling of illegitimacy as the voice of the people is ever more frequently subverted.

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Keiana Whatley now makes soul music under the moniker of Keke Songbird. On March 22, the multi-talented Indy artist will release her second musical project titled Luminous.

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The city and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department are currently conducting a study of body-worn cameras, and they are asking for input from officers and the public.

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As lawmakers at the Statehouse grapple with Senate Bill 12, the hate crimes bill now before the Indiana House of Representatives, a study released Monday by CRISP at the Indiana University PPI found that in the 45 states with hate crimes laws, these were applied unevenly across groups.

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If you are poor and you want to be educated, the price is often decades of working extra hard to put lots of money in the pocket of someone else who doesn't have to work at all. You will wear the golden handcuffs, or you will stay poor.

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Yvette Landry and Roddie Romero are two musicians from Louisiana, playing the music of Southwest Louisiana. Playing cajun, zydeco, swamp-pop, Louisiana Honky-Tonk and some Louisiana blues. Photos by Mark Sheldon

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The Benny Green Trio with vocalist Veronica Swift performed at the Booth Tarkington Civic Theater this past Friday night.

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After releasing his latest EP titled Dark Age, Indianapolis rapper John Stamps looks back on his evolution as an artist.

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Iowa Hawkeye's upset the #1 seeded Maryland Terrapins 90-76. It was the first title for Iowa since 2001. Iowa center Megan Gustafson nailed her 85th career double-double by scoring 45 points and 10 rebounds in the championship game. Megan also set a new B1G championship scoring record with h…

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Google searches for “International Men's Day” peak on International Women's Day. This sort of whataboutism springs from the same well which inspires some to ask why there isn't a “White History Month” every February during Black History Month. As the adage goes, when you're accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression.

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It's a weekend for holding-onto-your-butts theatrical performances, art openings (even though it's not First Friday!) and Mariah Carey!

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After performing around the city for a few years, Louie Louie celebrated the release of their debut seven-inch record this past Friday at Pioneer

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No Victor and no Sabonis, yet the Pacers find another way to pull off a win. Indiana defeated the Chicago Bulls by a score of 105-96 on Tuesday, March 5, moving to an overall record of 42-23.

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What space should poetry occupy in publications, and in public discourse? Dan Grossman raises that question and offers up a poem of his own, based on his experiences at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. 

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Decade after decade, on issue after issue, Indiana drags its feet until most other states have taken the plunge. By the time time it's over, we're among the last states to finally get with the program.

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For 10 years now, Cultural Cannibals has brought the sights and sounds of Carnaval to Indianapolis for a party of grand proportions. This Saturday, March 2, however, will unfortunately be the event’s last go-around.

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