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You-review-it Monday

October 5, 2009
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What A&E offerings helped fill your weekend?
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ISO's maestro-possibilities parade begins

October 5, 2009
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Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra players--and audiences--will get to experience the work of a possible Venzago replacement.
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Polanski, the law, and the public

October 1, 2009
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A 30-year-old crime sparks headlines again with the arrest of the famed film director.
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IBJ Movie Night: The Boys are Back

September 30, 2009
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Want tickets to a sneak preview of Clive Owen's latest?
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You-review-it Monday

September 28, 2009
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So did you make it to Jazz Fest? West Fest? Experience opening night at with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra?
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'Laramie' lures protesters

September 24, 2009
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What's the best way to counter hateful reaction to North Central's production?
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Thoughts on the 'Fame' remake

September 24, 2009
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Surprise: Hard work doesn't always pay off in the arts.
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ISO organ debuts

September 23, 2009
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IBJ reporter Kathleen McLaughlin pays a visit to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's latest musical acquisition.
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ArtPrize: Do you trust the public to judge art?

September 22, 2009
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Call it the American Idol-ing of art. Starting Sept. 23, what's being billed as the world's largest art prize competition begins in Grand Rapids...with you as judge.
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You-review-it Monday

September 20, 2009
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So what did you get to this weekend?
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IBJ Night at the Movies: "Fame"

September 16, 2009
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Want to live forever? Light up the sky like a flame? Join us at a sneak preview.
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Emptying the arts notebook

September 15, 2009
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Thoughts on Penrod, Fall TV, the VMAs and more.
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You-review-it Monday

September 14, 2009
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Were you Penroding? Catch the Ballet benefit? Visit a festival? Chime in with your thoughts.
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Alone on stage

September 10, 2009
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Butler U.'s excellent "Galileo" brings up questions about one-person shows.
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The Indy roots of "Glee"

September 9, 2009
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The latest show from Indianapolis native Ryan Murphy launches tonight on Fox.
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You-review-it Monday

September 7, 2009
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Readers review their weekend arts and entertainment experiences.
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IBJ Night at the Movies: "9"

September 2, 2009
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Win tickets to a screening of the upcoming animated adventure.
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Erich Kunzel dies

September 1, 2009
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Cancer takes first ISO Pops Music Director.
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IndyFringe, the final chapter

August 31, 2009
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Thoughts on the last day of IndyFringe '09.
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You-review-it Monday

August 31, 2009
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The final days of IndyFringe. The first weekend for "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers." The first screenings of "Taking Woodstock." What did you do this weekend?
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Indy Fringe part 5 (briefly)

August 29, 2009
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A very short review of another Fringe show.
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Indy Fringe part 4 (plus teens)

August 26, 2009
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Last night I only made it to one Indy Fringe show, due to my misreading of the program (my fault, not the designers). This led to the last minute pick of "The Stetson Manifesto," presented by Lebenon, Indiana's Happy Holler Productions.
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Indy Fringe part 4

August 26, 2009
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More reviews from the Mass Ave. festival.Last night I only made it to one Indy Fringe show, due to my misreading of the program (my fault, not the designers). This led to the last minute pick of “The Stetson Manifesto,” presented by Lebenon, Indiana’s Happy Holler Productions.
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Smoking pics, Julia Child, etc.

August 25, 2009
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In England, Lynn Barber, author of the memoir "An Education," withdrew from the Books Now festival because the event organizers refused to print her photograph in the program. Why?
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Indy Fringe part 3

August 24, 2009
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Third in a series of blogs on experiences at Indy Fringe 2009. For more, click here and here.

I knew I had to hit the wall eventually.

That wall came in the form of what should have been a slam dunk on a kiddie basketball court. How hard is it to engage a willing audience in a fun game of Bingo while playing a pair of silly characters?
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