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Newfields once again lighting up the night throughout winter

Newfields’ sixth annual outdoor holiday experience Winterlights returns this month with specialty food, drinks and more than 1 million twinkling lights. The outdoor, family-friendly walking...

Know Your Entertainers: Marrialle Sellars

Indianapolis native Marrialle Sellars has been singing since she was a child. The singer-songwriter grew up racing miniature pocket rocket motorcycles but turned to music...

Patient advocacy group wants Elevance Health to overturn health insurance claims denials

Dozens of patients and health care advocates protested by Elevance Health’s headquarters in Indianapolis on Nov. 14 to demand the health insurance giant stop...

Free Thanksgiving meals and where to find them in Indy

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, but the holiday season can be tough for many, especially with rising prices in the grocery store making...

Schools, nonprofits use grant to add materials centered around racial equity

Indiana Humanities recently gave more than $70,000 in grants to 77 schools, libraries, universities and nonprofits across Indiana to expand their collections that are...

Spirit & Place concludes festival with conversation about ‘American identity’

Every community consists of people who are different from each other, whether it is because of ethnicity, socioeconomic background or upbringing. Former White House...

Indianapolis pastor plans to run for mayor 

With a vision of “transforming” Indianapolis, Fervent Prayer Church pastor James Jackson confirmed to the Recorder on Nov. 21 that he plans to run...

Local Black artist receives Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship, aims to expand outside Indy

Indianapolis-based visual artist Israel Solomon is one of 40 local creatives to receive the Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship through the Indy Arts Council. The grant,...

Q&A with Rev. Dr. Angelique Walker-Smith, new president of World Council of Churches from North America

Rev. Dr. Angelique Walker-Smith, former executive director of the Church Federation of Greater Indianapolis, was elected president of the World Council of Churches from...

Hogsett ‘proud’ of his record as he gears up for 3rd term bid

Mayor Joe Hogsett is hoping his record as the city’s top elected official for the last six years will be enough to secure a...

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