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While COVID-19 drastically changed the baseball season, fans of America’s favorite pastime still had an opportunity to get their baseball fix — albeit on screen — at Victory Field.

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As a father of one teenager and one preteen, I find myself having conversations with my children that my parents and other elders had with me. I was raised by my late mother who instilled in me good principles, like honesty and respect. One conversation she and I had, that I remember distinc…

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It was a strange sight at first — a tall, slim, African American on the sidewalk at the intersection of 38th Street and College Avenue, arms outstretched, feet gliding, body twirling languidly. 

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I would have never expected that gardening would lead to a conversation about gun violence but here we are. Nor expected to have the course of my life changed by joining a community garden but here we are. Last year I signed up to be a part of the Growing Good in the Hood program through Khe…

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Even a pandemic can’t stop a 57-year-old tradition. The Halloween fun at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis will begin Oct. 2, but it will look a lot different than it has in previous years. 

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OnyxFest has offered a stage to celebrate and articulate Black life, issues and culture for about a decade now. This year could be a little different, though, as Black playwrights capture the unique urgency of a simultaneous pandemic and what’s been called the second Civil Rights Movement.

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After COVID-19 hit our country in March and forced  United Negro College Fund (UNCF) to close offices, cancel its remaining special events, while also closing out the fiscal year, the special events team swung into gear and began reimagining its fundraising events. Understanding events that …