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In two weeks, the Indianapolis Chapter of 100 Black Women will host its 25th Gourmet Gents event. The fundraiser offers music, games and, most importantly, food prepared by local gentlemen. 

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Most Indianapolis residents know Tony Dungy as the coach who led the Colts to a Super Bowl victory in 2007. He also was the first Black coach to win the Super Bowl and the first coach to have a victory over all 32 NFL teams. Now the former coach partners with his wife, Lauren, to use his spo…

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The Circle City Film Festival is back in Indianapolis for the second year. The three-day festival will kick off Aug. 22 at Georgetown Cinemas, 3898 Lafayette Road. The festival is a chance for independent filmmakers and artists to showcase their talent, with workshops and panels available to…

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Devour Indy has an option for everyone to enjoy Indianapolis’ culinary scene. The celebration of local cuisine occurs every summer and winter and returns Aug. 19-Sept. 1 with more than 100 restaurants offering Devour Indy menus. Some restaurants use the event to introduce new specials and ot…

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The mural "Three Kings" was a collaboration between three local artists. (Photo provided)

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The mural "Three Kings" was a collaboration between three local artists. (Photo provided)

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The play “Cracks in Her Foundation” will be in Indianapolis for one night only. Produced by the faith-based theatrical company Mixon Enterprises, written by Shani J. Mixon and directed by Liam Ellis, the play promises to be a provocative drama about losing and finding faith.

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The Black Owned Business Block Party, hosted by local civil rights group Don’t Sleep, will be 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 4 at Flanner House, 2424 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. The free event is a chance for Black business leaders to share advice and resources with those who attend. The organizatio…

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The sound of Oreos sizzling in a deep fryer and the smell of livestock sauntering through a hot barn should lead to one conclusion: The Indiana State Fair is back. Indiana’s largest multi-day celebration of the state’s culture and heritage will take place Aug. 2-18 at the Indiana State Fairg…