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Imani Book Club builds reading skills and confidence  

At the Imani Book Club, students are building more than just reading comprehension skills.   Thanks to interactive programs and passionate facilitators, student participants are...

Delving Deeper: Two new books to explore this week

Have you ever felt a yearning to connect more deeply with your spirituality? Or are you curious to learn about the journeys of others...

Celebrate National Reading Month by setting new goals

March is National Reading Month, and what better way to celebrate than to start a new book or set a new reading goal? Reading is...

Indy writing trio celebrates Black identity through hair and spirituality with new book

Nestled within the Indianapolis religious landscape lies a unique story of self-discovery, cultural affirmation and spiritual awakening: "My Divine Natural Hair: Inspiration and Tips...

Making marginalized communities the priority: Loudmouth Bookstore

“Loudmouth is a bookstore that uplifts the work of marginalized authors and highlights banned books. Everything you see in here was hand selected by...

John Green talks ‘freedom to read’ at IndyPL

The Indianapolis Public Library kicked off National Banned Books Week Oct. 3 with a fireside chat conversation with John Green and State Senator and...

Local author releases prequel to thrilling crime series

“A Deadly Game,” Indiana author M.B. Dabney’s second novel, is officially out. Dabney’s latest novel is a prequel to his debut novel “An Untidy Affair,”...

Diverse line of local talent to headline Bloombox Festival

The Harrison Center’s annual Bloombox Festival returns this weekend with a full day of music, art and food from Indy’s backyard. Celebrating its 22nd year,...

Best books of 2021

There’s still a lot of winter left. That’s the fact staring you in the face. Once the holiday decorations are down, the toys are all...

New book celebrates women of the Bible

When readers finish his new book, “Great Women of the Bible,” Dr. Theron Williams, pastor of Mount Carmel Church of Indianapolis, hopes they have...
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