New ballet school takes over space left by failed dance group

Victoria Lyras began classes for her newly created Indianapolis School of Ballet Aug. 21 in 10,500-square-foot quarters on Capitol Avenue that previously housed Ballet Internationale's Clara R. Noyes Academy, which closed in November because of financial problems. ISB has 20 students so far.
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In second year, IndyFringe Festival starts to draw corporate dollars

IndyFringe is hitting its stride in its second year, according to its executive director, Pauline Moffat. The quirky, alternative-theater festival is garnering corporate support, but still appealing to a younger crowd.
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