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Book celebrates life of Father Boniface Hardin

Nancy Van Note Chism will lead a discussion about her new biography, “Picking Cotton on the Way to Church,” a book about the life and work of...

Recorder Event Rundown: Week of Sept. 16

Wine Festival Calling all vino lovers! Sample close to 200 wines from around the world at the Indianapolis Wine Festival. Learn about new and exciting...

IndyPL Names Head of Center for African-American Literature & Culture

The Indianapolis Public Library has announced the appointment of Nichelle M. Hayes as Specialist to develop and lead the new Center for African-American Literature...

Bestselling children’s author headlines library event

New York Times bestselling author Kwame Alexander, winner of the 2015 Newbery Medal, will headline this year’s Fall Fest at Central Library, a free...

Library hosts poetry contest for all young poets grades 7-12

Next month, the Indianapolis Public Library will honor some our city's best young poets at the 11th annual Slammin' Rhymes Poetry Challenge. This year, the...

Recorder, Radio One forum asks gubernatorial candidates tough questions on race, economy

Last Sunday, residents from different parts of the Hoosier state gathered in the auditorium of the Central Library to witness an unprecedented forum hosted...

Women of a New Tribe Exhibit to highlight local African-American Women

From 6-9 p.m. on August 7, Indianapolis Public Library’s African-American History Committee and Jackie Nytes, Library CEO are hosting a gala opening reception for...
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Shortridge High Student Media hosts Speak The Truth Town Halls with local journalists

Shortridge High School media students participated in a World Changing 101 discussion on the role of journalists in defending the First Amendment...

Stepping out of the comfort zone

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Preparing for Disaster: Community Conversation

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Zero-interest loans for the holiday season

Murdock LLC, The Halo App and Indy Black Chamber partnered to create the Make It Make $ense campaign, a zero-interest fund to...
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