On Sunday morning—just hours after a protest devolved into violence and vandalism in and around Monument Circle—musician Roger Roe came downtown to play his English horn. Roe, a member of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, played outside the ISO’s headquarters on Washington Street. “I just want the city to feel better,” he said.
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