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Arts & Culture

Harrison Center artist Nabil Ince wins $75,000 grant

Musician and educator Nabil Ince will use a $75,000 grant to highlight the effects of gentrification and cultural erasure on three historical Black neighborhoods...

Book review: ‘You Sound Like a White Girl: The Case for Rejecting Assimilation’ by Julissa Arce

The key for the clubhouse door is off limits to you. You'll never earn the member jacket or learn the double-secret handshake. No matter how hard you try, membership to the club is...

What’s in a Name, Indy? Norwood — Part 2

Norwood was previously farmland and woods in rural Marion County. Key owners of land in this area at the turn of the 19th century...

Book review: ‘His Name is George Floyd: One Man’s Life and the Struggle for Racial Justice’ by Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa

The pavement was hard. At that time of day, it still held the last of the sun's warmth but that didn't make it comfortable. Pebbles...

Review: ‘Mary Poppins’ at at Beef & Boards

I knew Mary Poppins was a nanny, but that’s about it. I never watched the movie or knew anything about the plot before seeing...

Novel ‘Respect The Jux’ adapted into feature film 

The urban crime thriller “Respect The Jux,” the story of Cat, a young Jamaican man who flees his criminal past by immigrating to the...

Free genealogy event for Black families

If you want to discover your family history, there is a free opportunity coming your way June 4. The free genealogy event “Find Your Family,...

Summer events at Riverside Park

Calling all lovers of Shakespeare! Indy Shakes will perform “Rickey 3,” a hip-hop version of the “Richard III” by playwright William Shakespeare in July at...

26th annual Art & Soul at different venues for the first time

In-person events at Art & Soul return. Granted, this year’s event is still different. The COVID-19 pandemic caused the Arts Council of Indianapolis, organizers of...

Indiana native authors book about his time in Africa

Indianapolis native Carl Henn discovered red red and sadza when he moved to the continent of Africa more than 40 years ago. Ghanaian red red...


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