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Film review: ‘Mass’ a haunting, powerful slow burn

“Why do I want to know about your son? Because he killed mine.” So begins the dramatic arc of “Mass,” one of the most intense...

Civic Theatre production features first all-Black ensemble in 30 years

When “The Color Purple” premieres at 7 p.m. Oct. 8, it will mark the first time in three decades that an all-Black ensemble put...

‘Music has just always been my life’: DeVaughn Watts lives his dream

With $200 in his bank account and Los Angeles rent due in three weeks, DeVaughn Watts almost called it quits on his dream of...

Local bassist leads from the background, connects musicians

Bassist Ronald Hedrick, also known as Poncho, does not typically stand at the front of the stage when he performs. Instead of soaking up...

Jazz Kitchen celebrates women

n honor of Women’s History Month, the Jazz Kitchen is celebrating women’s contributions to music through a series of concerts. Jazz legend Nancy Wilson and...

Black artist collective has display at Harrison Center

A collective of Black artists has an exhibit on display at the Harrison Center now through the end of February. WE ARE Indy, founded five...
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