Carb-day action at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with Foreigner and Kool and the Gang.
The only way to pierce someone else's bubble is to be the bigger person and reach outside of your own.
More than 4.2 million voters across Indiana received a small black and white postcard from the state’s Election Division this week.
Attorney General Curtis Hill’s disciplinary hearing on accusations that he groped women at an end-of-session legislative party in 2018 has been tentatively scheduled for October.
Hundreds Gather at the Indiana Statehouse to Protest Against Extreme Abortion Laws, on May 21, 2019. #stopthebans
Lawmakers will be tackling topics ranging from imposing new taxes on CBD oil and vaping products to the impact of property tax referenda on teacher pay this summer and fall in legislative study committees.
Tiffany Brown hadn’t planned to speak at Tuesday’s Planned Parenthood abortion rally, but after listening to others she walked up the Statehouse stairs and faced the large crowd to tell the story of her abortion.
United States Attorney Josh J. Minkler announced that Nolan Brewer, 21, Eminence, was sentenced in federal court on Monday, May 20, to three years in prison for conspiring to violate the civil rights of Congregation Shaarey Tefilla, a Jewish synagogue in Carmel.
The Indianapolis Zoo Welcomes Extreme Species - Sloths and Snakes. The two very different exhibits debut Memorial Day weekend and feature two-toed sloths and extreme snakes. The MISTery Sloth Park and Extreme Snakes exhibit officially open Saturday, May 25. MISTery Park offers lush landscape…
The OneAmerica Broad Ripple Art Fair took place this past Saturday featuring over 175 artist and hands-on activities in the art center. This is Indianapolis Arts Center's largest fundraiser. It was a hot one but the Sun King Brewing Company beer and Mallow Run Winery wine help everyone stay cool.
Highlights from the Indy 500 Qualifications, Saturday May 18, 2019
Known to many by his stage name of Thundercat, Stephen Bruner played to a packed house at the Vogue on Sunday, May 19, filling the storied Broad Ripple venue with otherworldly jazz fusion sounds.
Highlights from day 1 of qualifying for the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 18th 2019.
The now vacant Indiana Army Ammunition Plant was built on ruffly 10,655 acres of farmland along the Ohio River between Jeffersonville and Charlestown. The facility employed more than 27,000 workers, where two-thirds were women.
Thousand of friends, families, and neighbors came together for a magical night in Downtown Indianapolis on May 18 to light the water and celebrate the beauty in life with thousands of floating lanterns.
Backed by a full orchestra, Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, and company treated fans to an unforgettable night of rock ’n’ roll greatness.
Parquet Courts, Durand Jones and the Indications, and more made their way to Bloomington for the second annual festival.
There are now nearly two dozen announced Democratic presidential candidates, and one of them is coming to the Hoosier state this weekend. California Rep. Eric Swalwell will hold a town hall on Sunday in Columbus.
I want you to get your turn, and make the most of it, as well. So, here's what I've learned.
CeCe Chanel at Square Cat Vinyl during the Virginia Ave Music Festival. CeCe Chanel is a local storyteller and rapper that speaks about handling life's trial, tribulations and personal hardships meanwhile trying to follow the desires of the heart. Chanel strives to produce music that people …
The fifth annual Virginia Avenue Music Fest took place from Wednesday, May 8 to Saturday, May 12. More than 90 acts from Indiana and beyond performed across stages up and down the avenue, with sounds that varied from folk to rock to hip-hop. Photos by David McWhirter
Uber's questionable tipping culture makes life more difficult for rideshare drivers and can be seen as a symptom of the American winner-take-all fever, as it were.
Chris Wilson and the Heresy performed at Square Cat Vinyl on Thursday, May 9 during the Virginia Avenue Music Festival. If you missed their Thursday night performance, check out the band on Saturday at the Old National Stage at 3 p.m. Click here for the full Virginia Avenue Music Festival li…
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Allison Victoria blew us all away at the Dugout Bar and Grill during the Virginia Avenue Music Festival. If you missed the Thursday night set, you can check her out on Sunday at the Smirnoff Main Stage at 3 p.m. Click here for the full Virginia Ave Music Festival lineup. Photos by Beth Darragh.
If I'm a journalist, and if I'm having this much trouble finding basic biographical information about you, how are the rest of the citizens you seek to represent supposed to make an informed decision?
Originally born in Goshen, Strand of Oaks frontman Tim Showalter traces the Indiana through line that extends throughout his life.
Chicago Tribune columnist Lori Waxman, AKA the 60 Wrd/Min Art Critic, visited Herron and reviewed 30 artist's work over a 3-day period. We’re pleased to present the reviews here, in their entirety.
The 16th edition of the Indy Film Fest kicked off Thursday, May 2, 2019 at Newfields. The 10-day festival features short and independent features, documentaries and world cinema films with screenings and filmmaker Q&A sessions daily through Sunday, May 12, 2019. Photos by Stacy Kagiwada
Hailing from Birmingham, Ala., The Brook & The Bluff stopped by HI-FI for May's First Friday festivities, performing a free show alongside Michigander.
Hayley Brown of the Drink Culture podcast sits down with NUVO News Editor Rob Burgess.
Jared Byczko and Fabian Rodriguez of the Drink Culture Podcast sit down with NUVO News Editor Rob Burgess.
Visiting Indy as part of their "MixTape Tour," New Kids on the Block lit up Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Sunday, May 5. The night was filled with all kinds of '80s and '90s nostalgia, as NKOTB also received opening support from Salt N Pepa, Naughty by Nature, Tiffany, and Debbie Gibson. Photos…
The Derek Hough performed in another one of his the first-ever solo tours this time in Indianapolis in the Murat Theatre at the Old National Centre. Derek was astounding and awed the ladies in the audience with his amazing Ballroom dancing.
Hoosier Women in Art event at Garfield Park Art Center was a hit! The theme for the event was "Resistance is Female" an exhibit that featured artwork in a diverse range of mediums that explored the theme of resistance in our current climate. Photos captured by freelance photographer Beth Darragh.
Klaus Johann Grobe performing on first Friday at Square Cat Vinyl. Klaus Johann Grobe is a vintage Krautrock, Swiss duo who put on a killer performance! Captured by Nuvo Freelancer Beth Darragh.
Playing drums with Rhythm Discovery at Indy's newest public space, Indy DMD Lugar Plaza. Every Friday from 12-1 break-out of your daily grind to check out Lugar Plaza and enjoy some of the cool events they have planned this summer. Photos by Beth A Darragh
Author of the book Indianapolis Jazz, David Williams lived on Indiana Avenue during its heyday. Now, the local historian is fighting to preserve the street’s rich music history.
Marc Rebillet performing for a sold out crowd at the Hi-fi. The wet funk was definitely wet. Joined by opener Dead Man String Band who put on a delightful performance to start the night! Captured by Nuvo freelancer sippycupproductions!