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This Weekend in the Arts: Nov. 4-6

If you find yourself at the beginning of the weekend, scrolling online and looking to enjoy some live music, visit a cool exhibit at...

OnyxFest to return with 6 locally written and produced one-act plays

OnyxFest, a theater festival dedicated to amplifying the work of Black playwrights, is returning this fall for two consecutive weekends. Presented in partnership with IndyFringe...

IndyPL to celebrate Center of Black Literature & Culture 5th anniversary

This fall marks five years since the opening of the Center for Black Literature & Culture at the Indianapolis Public Library. The CBLC, funded by...

Finding inner beauty:The Actors Theatre of Indiana to bring ‘Violet’ to The Studio Theater

Violet” a musical about finding inner beauty, will be presented by the Actors Theatre of Indiana at the Studio Theater Oct. 28-Nov. 13. (Image...

This weekend in the arts: Oct. 28-31

Halloween only comes once a year, but thankfully, you don’t have to wait until Oct. 31 to celebrate. In this special edition of This...

Mural unveiling at the Madam Walker Legacy Center

Community members and leaders came together to celebrate the unveiling of the city’s latest work of art honoring bicentennial legends. On Oct. 13, the Madam...

Carmel to welcome West African singer to The Palladium

Grammy Award-winning West African singer Angélique Kidjo is taking the stage in Carmel for the evening of Oct. 23. Kidjo will perform at The Palladium...

“The Addams Family”: A spooky show for spooky season

Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre’s production of “The Addams Family” is a little messy, kind of creepy and all kinds of fun. “The Addams Family,”...

This weekend in the arts: Oct. 21-23

In this special edition of This Weekend in the Arts, the Indianapolis Recorder has you covered with all kinds of fall-related and Halloween-esqe events to check out.

It’s that haunted time of year again: Trick-or-treat night and Halloween safety tips

With the help of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Indianapolis Fire Department and Indiana Department of Homeland Security, we’ve put together a list of some things parents should keep in mind before the sun sets on Oct. 31.

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