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Book review: ‘Punch Me Up to the Gods: A Memoir’ by Brian Broome

Little kids have it so easy. Somebody feeds them when they’re hungry, does their laundry, buys them toys and plays with them. Somebody escorts them...

Porching offers safe way to re-socialize following COVID-19

Last year, the Harrison Center encouraged community members to participate in #SocialDistancePorching due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, the nonprofit, which has been...

Grace College student raises awareness for diversity in outdoor sports

Eddie Gill IV began boating and fishing with his grandfather in Utah at 3 years old. From that moment, what started as a hobby...

Indy Parks and Fishers Parks host summer concerts for friends and family

As the weather begins to get warmer, Indy Parks and Fishers Parks begin to host free outdoor events for friends and families to enjoy....

Indianapolis Symphonic Choir expanding access, education

Throughout the civil rights protests of 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic, more businesses and organizations began addressing racism and exclusion within. While the protests...

Book Review: ‘The Ground Breaking: An American City and Its Search for Justice’ by Scott Ellsworth

Your legs felt as though they were made of rubber. It was like walking on a bed of marbles, like wearing roller skates on a...

‘If you want your kid to be anti-racist, you need to be anti-racist’: Q&A with Uju Asika

When blogger and writer Uju Asika grew up in London, many parents raised their children to be “colorblind,” pretending to not notice race and...

Longtime library patron spearheads engraving project

Dr. Michael Twyman has gone to Central Library since he was a child. Around 20 years ago, he noticed all of the engraved names...

Local teens plan city-wide prom for seniors

For many high school seniors, the last months of the school year mean cramming for final exams and trying to find the perfect outfit...

What’s In A Name, Indy? Lockefield Gardens — Part Two

“Lockefield was the center of the Negro community of Indianapolis.” That's one of the statements in a report of the Historic American Buildings...


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