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Fairgrounds light up for Christmas

Visitors to the Christmas Nights of Lights can forget about a year that’s been anything but normal and focus on the holiday...

Circle of Lights different, but just as bright

Despite the pandemic, Christmas lights will still shine on Monument Circle this holiday season. The 58th annual Circle of Lights will take...

Local filmmaker showcases ‘Black excellence’

Indianapolis filmmaker Al Smith’s recent short film “Brobot” combines humor and science fiction to highlight the ingenuity of African Americans. 

GANGGANG, 10 East Arts presents The Kickback

New cultural creative development firm GangGang, in collaboration with 10 East Arts, will present The Kickback, a six-week outdoor music series.

What’s In A Name, Indy? James Russell Lowell School

The elementary school that serves the Brightwood-Martindale neighborhood today is the James Russell Lowell Elementary School. This school is also known as...

Indy Jazz Festival goes virtual

Deafening live sets and block parties have long been a staple of Indy Jazz Fest. For two decades, the festival has brought...

Research focuses on resilience of Black arts and culture

Beyond both working at IUPUI, Joseph Edmonds and Lasana Kazembe have something else in common: Their daughters are both in the same...

New podcast examines Burger Chef murders

On Nov. 17, 1978, four young employees of Speedway’s Burger Chef restaurant went missing. Police assumed — given the $500 missing from...

Ruby Bridges ‘comes to town’

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis will host a live virtual chat with civil rights icon Ruby Bridges at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 11.

Recorder mural honors history, nods to the future

The Indianapolis Recorder has been a leading voice for African Americans for 125 years. Now, a mural on the side of the...
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