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Here’s what Indiana’s Republican gubernatorial candidates have to say about education

Indiana has been a national leader for more than a decade in sending taxpayer dollars to help fund private school education through its school choice voucher...

“Not much was working right.” Federal and local takeover of Indianapolis Housing Agency announced

A takeover of the Indianapolis Housing Agency is underway. The move comes after years of dysfunction and mismanagement at the agency responsible for providing...

“The King and I” returns to the Beef and Boards stage 

The classic love story of Anna and King Mongkut has returned to Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre.  On stage now through May 19, Rodgers and...

Indiana Black Legislative Caucus town hall series

Indiana’s 13-member Black Legislative Caucus will hold a six-part town hall series in municipalities across the state, the group announced Tuesday. It billed the events...

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...

UConn uses strategy of shutting down Purdue’s perimeter shooters to get decisive victory

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — UConn left Donovan Clingan on the loneliest island, stuck deep in the paint to wrestle massive Purdue center Zach Edey. Even...

Thriving Neighbors Series sprouts sustainability workshops for Indy residents

The Indianapolis Office of Sustainability, in collaboration with Indy Parks, is launching a springtime series jam-packed with informative and engaging workshops focused on sustainability...

Andrea Bocelli joins ISO for Indy performance

Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli is returning to the city for a special performance with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra as part of his North American...

ICAPI awarded grant to study disability workforce challenges

The Indiana Community Action Poverty Institute (ICAPI) has been awarded a grant by the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) to conduct a...

Poetry in Indianapolis: impact, influence and empathy

April is National Poetry Month, and Indianapolis’ poetry scene has deep roots in Black culture. Indianapolis-based poets Etheridge Knight and Mari Evans were both well-renowned...
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