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W.T. Ray helped open suburbs to Blacks

Perhaps more than any single person, William Theodore Ray paved the way for African American residents of Indianapolis to build and buy homes in...

Family Food that Fits Your Fall Schedule

(Family Features) Finding time for a family meal during fall means navigating busy schedules full of school, jobs, social events and more. Squeezing in...

What’s In A Name, Indy? St. Bridget Roman Catholic Parish, Part One

The Roman Catholic Church in Indianapolis opened its doors to Black people during a time when others turned their backs. Opposition to educating Black...

Belmont Beach events ‘shine a positive light’ on west side

When Tedd Hardy began the Belmont Beach Project in May, he hoped the space would serve as a hotbed for community events, as it...

Movie review: ‘Mogul Mowgli’

“I’m built to prove myself,” chants Zed (Riz Ahmed, Sound of Metal), a rebellious British/Pakistani rapper. Brazenly, he’s sharing a new, defiant perspective on...

‘Horse Girls: Recovering, Aspiring, and Devoted Riders Redefine the Iconic Bond’

You were determined not to get bit. But in a totally different meaning of the word, you were equally determined that your horse would accept...

Indy Jazz Fest returns in person

After COVID-19 forced Indy Jazz Fest to go virtual last year, the annual celebration is back in person this year at Garfield Park on...

‘Black Lives Matter’ mural artists celebrate first anniversary

It’s been one year since a group of 18 artists joined together to create the “Black Lives Matter” mural downtown. To commemorate the anniversary,...

‘After the Uprising’ podcast examines death of Danye Jones

In 2018, Melissa McKinnies found her 24-year-old son, Danye Jones, hanging from a tree in the backyard of their Missouri home. Police quickly deemed...

‘Celebrate our own’: GANGGANG, Recorder partner for mural dedication

Local artist Ashley Nora applied to work on a mural project for months. After numerous rejections, she sought out divine intervention three months ago. “I...

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