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Stores opened and closed on Thanksgiving Day 2023

Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and food. It is also a time when many stores close their doors for the holiday. Here's...

Indianapolis holiday donation drives: Where and when to donate

With Christmas just around the corner, the season of giving is in full swing. Although the holidays are often a time filled with family, friendship, gifts and happiness, the season can bring stress for many families in need. There are plenty of opportunities in Indianapolis to give back to help ease this stress and share some holiday cheer. The Recorder has compiled a list of a few places around Indianapolis to donate toys, clothes and more during this holiday season.

Dressing for comfort: How personal style changed post-pandemic

It is no secret the pandemic changed almost everything about the way people live and do things, including how they dress. Although a 2022 McKinsey...

Thanksgiving Dinner: Tips and tricks for a safe and waste free holiday

Food is arguably one of the most important parts of the holiday season.  As families start to gather and spend more time in the kitchen,...

Top View shining a light on Midwest talent

Midwest Industry Nights offer a space for creatives to come together, network and learn. The events are hosted by Top View – a company...

Rich in their Legacy: The Impact of attending HBCUs

“If it was not for historically black colleges and universities, we would not be in these professions, period,” said Dr. Ruth Woods of Pike...

Black organizations demand answers from Newfields

The African American Coalition of Indianapolis (AACI), alongside 18 local Black organizations, released a statement following the sudden resignation of former Newfields CEO Dr....

Pacers, City of Indianapolis, multiple community partners unveil Drive & Dish to combat food insecurity

Drive & Dish, an initiative funded initially by Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle, will provide nourishing fruits and vegetables to needy families in the...

The festival of light: Diwali in Indianapolis

This past week, many families in Indianapolis celebrated the new year with Diwali, the Hindu festival of light. The five-day religious holiday began Nov. 10...

Our moment: Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship challenges traditional notions of Native American art

The Eiteljorg Museum's biennial Native American Fellowship program is an initiative that allows artists to create contemporary works of art while preserving the traditions...
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