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New Works August 30-September 1 The exhibit includes new works by eight contemporary artists, six of whom have studios in Indiana. Artists exhibiting in this group show include: Amy Kirchner (IN), Sabina Klein (NY), Dale Enochs (IN), Cha Jong-Rye (South Korea), Tamar Kander (IN), David Michael…

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Beyond Spas: Where to Relax in Indy

Take it easy. Drop your burdens. Chill out. Cool your jets. Take a load off. Simmer down now. RELAX. We have more expressions than we know what to do with when it comes to encouraging people to calm down and breathe. Even though we’re cognizant of the benefits of relaxation for our mental…

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Butler University Ballet Student Knows He Can Dance

Darius Hickman is no stranger to adversity. When Hickman performed on “So You Think You Can Dance” last summer, judge Nigel Lythgoe said he was “shocked” by Hickman’s story. Hickman does not know his father. His mother battled with drugs and was placed in jail. His aunt raised him, but she was in…

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What to Expect at Chreece 2018

Every year, Indianapolis offers a slew of wonderful live music experiences, whether it’s the much-loved Indy Jazz Fest block party, a symphony performance at the Hilbert Circle Theatre, or a rock ‘n’ roll show out at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center. Recently, however, another one has come into the…

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Bite into Fine Indy Dining During byte @ The #IWiTChamp

Now in its second year, the Indy Women in Tech Championship brings LPGA golfers to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, along with special ancillary events to celebrate women in tech. One such event encourages attendees to dig into some of the finest dining Indy has to offer. You can sample outstanding…

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What's New at the Indiana State Fair

The glow of the midway lights up the night sky. The smell of food, glorious food, wafts to your nose. Hard working 4H kids whisk by ready to show off their skills and knowledge. Concerts fill the late summer evenings with music and entertainment, while exhibits and displays offer opportunities to…

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