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‘Madame Butterfly’ comes to Indianapolis Zoo

Thomas Cannon has performed opera in theaters around the world — from New York to Japan. His next stop? The Indianapolis Zoo. From May 14-16,...

It’s almost porch party time!

The Harrison Center and Indianapolis Motor Speedway are partnering for the sixth year to kickoff “porching” season and promote porch parties. Porch Party Indy...

Book review: ‘The Son of Mr. Suleman’ by Eric Jerome Dickey

The sins of the father shall be visited upon the son. That’s what’s said, that a son pay for his father’s misdeeds, but maybe the...

‘They keep the music playing’:Jazz Kitchen wraps up Jazz Appreciation Month

Tributes to Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker and Ella Fitzgerald are among the shows that will wrap up the Jazz Kitchen’s celebrations of Jazz Appreciation...

Author, historian to discuss nature of religion at virtual event

Author and religious studies scholar Elaine Pagels will discuss the nature of religion during a virtual Spirit & Place event at 6:30 p.m. April...

Strike a prose: Indianapolis celebrates National Poetry Month

When local poet Manon Voice recited her favorite poem — Mari Evans’ “I Am A Black Woman” — for a small crowd gathered at...

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

Lockefield Gardens is a rental community located along Indiana Avenue. Its history is intertwined with the housing and educational opportunities for Black families in...

No. 6 addresses tough conversations about policing, race

Playwright T.J. Young’s play, “No. 6,” depicts a city being torn apart by riots after police killed an unarmed Black teenager in 2001. The...

Play to highlight experiences of Black occupational therapist students, practitioners

A researcher at IUPUI wants to help diversify the occupational therapy field and believes theater can help accomplish that. Sally Wasmuth, an assistant professor in...

WFYI hosts virtual screening of Vernon Jordan documentary

You’re invited to WFYI’s virtual screening of the documentary “Vernon Jordan: Make It Plain” at 7 p.m. April 8. The film explores Jordan’s rise form...

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