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Exploring the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library

Indy author Kurt Vonnegut may best be remembered for writing famous novels like Breakfast of Champions , Cat’s Cradle and Slaughterhouse-Five . Those more familiar with the author, however, know he also took pride in being a Hoosier. “I myself find that I trust my own writing most, and others seem to…

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A Guide to Comedy Spots in Indy

From the legendary Mike Epps to Season 14 America’s Got Talent contestant Ryan Niemiller, Indianapolis has produced its fair share of funny people over the years. Before ever making it to the big stage, however, these comics had to get their start somewhere. Indianapolis offers a multitude of live…

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March Means Basketball

In the words of James Naismith, while basketball was invented in Massachusetts, “basketball really had its origin in Indiana, which remains the center of the sport.” That is made clear year after year when all eyes turn to Indy, where champions are crowned in March. This year is no different, as…

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Art & Soul 2020 Celebrates Black Culture

Celebrate African American art and artists all February long with the Arts Council of Indianapolis during Art & Soul 2020. This 24th annual event continues to grow each year, bringing those from all over the city together during Black History Month. The Artists Art & Soul 2020 gives handpicked…

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A Guide to Intimate Concert Venues in Indy

True music fans know the magic of an intimate concert experience. Lucky for us, Indianapolis has plenty of great small venues to go and soak in a show. From Grammy-nominated acts to up-and-coming locals, each of the venues listed below offers a little something different, ultimately contributing to…

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