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REVIEW: Experience ‘the change’ with ‘Menopause the Musical’

Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre is going through menopause this season. Onstage now through Feb.4, Beef and Boards opened its 51st season with “Menopause the...

Create.Connect.Collab: The community for boss women

What started off as a focus group in Starla Mathis’ living room in 2017 has grown into a virtual community for women offering professional development, accountability and networking.

An era for women: The role of Indy businesses

In today's rapidly evolving business landscape, diversity and inclusion have emerged as key drivers of success for companies aiming to thrive in a competitive...

Nurturing inclusivity in Indy: We all contribute to supplier diversity

In the dynamic and diverse business landscape of Indianapolis, supplier diversity has emerged as a pivotal force for progress, fostering equitable opportunities for businesses...

Milan Ball: Fierce Black philanthropist—and Indy transplant—driving social impact

Philanthropy, as defined by the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, embodies voluntary actions undertaken for the betterment of the public. This noble endeavor is...

Fostering inclusivity and innovation: Creating places and spaces for all women

Thanks to three pop culture icons, this summer has officially been dubbed #BillionGirlSummer. Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, and “Barbie” by way of Greta Gerwig’s latest...

She, too: Respectability is not a requirement for consent

Sukihana, a female rapper known for her raunchy lyrics and persona, was forcibly kissed by YK Osiris, a male rapper in a recent viral...

Aliyah Boston named Rookie of the Month

Indiana Fever and No. 1 overall pick in the 2023 WNBA Draft Aliyah Boston was named the league's Rookie of the Month for May. The announcement came on June 1. Boston's accolade makes her the second player in Indiana Fever history to receive the award (Natalie Achonwa, June 2015.)

Biden celebrates LSU women’s and UConn men’s basketball teams at separate White House events

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has appealed for more support for female athletes during a White House event celebrating Louisiana State's championship women's basketball team. The event once appeared in jeopardy after Biden's wife, Jill, suggested that the losing Iowa team be invited, too. Friday's ceremony was briefly halted when forward Sa'Myah Smith appeared to collapse on stage. The Bidens lavished praise on the LSU Tigers for their performance and the way they've helped advance women's sports. Neither one mentioned the uproar Jill Biden's earlier comments caused. Biden also welcomed the UConn men's championship basketball team to a White House celebration later Friday.

New book celebrates women of the Bible

When readers finish his new book, “Great Women of the Bible,” Dr. Theron Williams, pastor of Mount Carmel Church of Indianapolis, hopes they have...
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