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This weekend's top choices include a magic festival, a peep show, and the reopening of the Museum of Psychphonics—plus the ISO goes bananas for kids and it’s adults-only night at the Children’s Museum.

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Indianapolis Black History can be traced to 1821 and one woman. Her name was Chaney Lively—a highly respected free woman of color who made the city her home for more than 35 years.

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We’ve narrowed the list of weekend entertainment offerings down to these 10 great options featuring everything from killer jazz to mind-bending magic—with some monster trucks thrown in for good measure.

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Brooke McCallum shares photos from Low Pone’s second anniversary at Pioneer where Indy’s best dance party celebrated two years of creating a different kind of queer community 

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While most of the truly progressive items this session are doomed to fail, at least 10 bills have us hopeful some good ideas might become law--including an increased minimum wage.

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For the third weekend in a row, winter weather is flexing it's muscle and keeping us all on our nearly-frostbitten toes. It is January, after all, so bundle up and head out to something that will take your mind off of your frozen extremities. 

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Despite the frigid temps, there are plenty of ways you can get out today and give back to our community while also enjoying family activities that celebrate the spirit of Dr. King. 

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While you won't get to watch that race car fall from the sky on Georgia Street, your NYE options in Indy still include everything from a masquerade ball at Union Station to a punk rock night at the historic Melody Inn, plus a couple kid-friendly parties suitable for the whole family.

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With Christmas just a few days away, here's a final list of holiday-related events you can enjoy with friends, family, or blissfully alone between now and the New Year.

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