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It’s do or die time for Expo and Classic

I’m not quite sure what to say about this year’s Circle City Classic (CCC) festivities. One thing is for sure, though; it’s not what...

Classic Soul at the Athenaeum Theatre

The last time you may have encountered the combined work of Bob Harbin and John Austin Butsch would have been back when The American...

Vote ‘yes’ for Wishard; vote ‘maybe’ on Classic changes

It is a no brainer. I’m voting “yes” on the Wishard Hospital referendum and I urge everyone in Indianapolis/Marion County to do the same....

It’s a new day at Classic and positive change is already underway

Circle City Classic had a problem in its former leader Marc Williams, but with Williams’ resignation, that problem is now working itself out. A...

Great job by Classic staff and volunteers; Williams…not so much so

Organizing an event as large as Circle City Classic isn’t an easy feat, particularly since there are so many aspects of the week’s festivities...

Golden Tigers looking for repeat Classic performance

In terms of Black college football dominance, it does not get better than the Golden Tigers of Tuskegee University. The nation’s most winning team...

Bulldogs seek redemption in Classic rematch

If at first you don’t succeed… This time last year, the Bulldogs of Alabama A&M University were a .500 team staring down a juggernaut...

Gospel Music Explosion

Many of the tens of thousands of people who visit Indianapolis for Classic weekend also look forward to what has become a popular staple:...

A&M-Tuskegee to meet in Classic

Alabama A&M coach Anthony Jones doesn't think Saturday's rematch with Tuskegee is about revenge or a Division II team trying to knock off a...
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