Local author Maurice Broaddus will take part in the Kellogg Writers Series at the University of Indianapolis with readings from his work 7:30 p.m. Oct. 30 in the Schwitzer Student Center, 1400 Campus Drive.
A new lineup of powerful and influential speakers is getting ready to continue the Steward Speakers Series tradition of introducing Indianapolis to African American leaders from across the country.
When Sabra Logan founded Iibada Dance Company 30 years ago, she did so remembering how her community in Baltimore helped raise her. She wanted to be able to have that same influence on children in Indianapolis, to show them that people do care.
Here are some Halloween movies you might remember and still watch around this time of year: “Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things,” “Night of the Living Dead,” “Pet Sematary.” What do they have in common? Graveyards. Because if you’re making a list of places to avoid when the sun goes do…
The state’s largest and longest-running film festival is back. The 28th annual Heartland International Film Festival will show more than 100 films Oct. 10-20 at locations across Indianapolis and in Franklin.
I grew up in a small town where there was one haunted house attraction around Halloween. The Haunted Barn, I think it was called. And I remember it being a good time. Some of my friends had family who worked there; there was a guy at the end who chased you around with a fake chainsaw. The st…
I can remember the first time I ate shrimp — breaded butterfly shrimp. Back then, shrimp was expensive, so it wasn’t common for people to eat shrimp daily — at least not the ones I knew. I was hooked.
Forty-five years after “The Wiz” opened for the first time at the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre in Baltimore, the soulful remix of the classic children’s book, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” is coming to Indianapolis for five showings Sept. 28-Oct. 4 at Athenaeum Theatre, 401 E. Michigan St.
It’s important to give both time and money to the community. With work, family and other commitments time can be harder to donate, and it’s easy to never get around to volunteering at organizations that need your help.
If your palate isn’t sophisticated enough to take you past fast food burgers or the safety net of a home-cooked meal you know you’ll enjoy, it might be time to branch out and try some new things.