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A modern soul food experience — His Place Eatery

Once you step inside, the cavernous dining hall confirms the rumors: this is no mom-and-pop-caterer turned soul food restaurant. A smiling greater welcomes and...

Soul Food prepared the right way

This week I visited a restaurant with a simple yet tasty philosophy – Stacey’s and Rick’s Soul Food, 3399 N. Sherman Dr., Suite B....

Soul Sessions: Version Foreign Exchange Sound System

Join Old Soul Entertainment for their monthly Soul Sessions, featuring YahZarah & The Foreign Exchange Sound System (Phonte of Little Brother and producer Nicolay)...

A different kind of soul

Indy has a restaurant with a new take on soul food ­­– Daisy’s House of Flavor. Located in Brightwood, it has been serving tasty...

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...

Art & Soul 2010Celebrating Indiana’s best and most talented artists

“People want to talk about issues, but they don’t know how to approach it. Thus arrives the artist – we’re the ones that open...
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