Cineworld had built up $4.8 billion in net debt, not including lease liabilities. The company, which has about 28,000 employees, previously said that its admissions levels have recently been below expectations.
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The first All IN Music & Arts Festival will feature multiple acts across three stages at the Indiana State Fairgrounds this Saturday and Sunday.
Music fans have the rare chance to catch John Mellencamp, Buddy Guy, John Hiatt and Ann Wilson perform for free in Indianapolis.
Chaka Khan collected the second-highest check from the Indiana State Fair, which paid a total of $883,750 for 18 performances at the Free Stage.
The idea came to Lobyn Hamilton after he moved into a former grocery store in the neighborhood where he spent the earliest years of his life.
Indianapolis-based art historian Sarah Urist Green is part of the curatorial team for Butter fine art fair, scheduled Sept. 1-4 at the Stutz.
Each Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards winner receives $5,000 and a limestone-and-steel trophy.
Cineworld faces challenges specific to itself after building up $4.8 billion in net debt, not including lease liabilities. But the entire industry is navigating a tenuous recovery after the pandemic shut theaters worldwide.
Paying attention to what’s being sought in communities is a key component of trust-based giving, a concept in which funders and grant recipients collaborate.
Cage the Elephant vocalist Matt Shultz and John Oates sign on for one-of-a-kind celebration of Tom Petty’s music.
The painting salutes the legacy of Ron Miner, who spun hip-hop and reggae songs on the radio and in nightclubs.
The longtime principal pops conductor for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra plans to stick with the ISO for another four years before retiring his full-time baton.
Compared to coastal competitors, Ikelite Underwater Systems enjoys the affordability and the manufacturing concentration in Indiana.
Books written by Ashley C. Ford, Adrian Matejka, Leah Johnson and Tamara Winfrey-Harris highlight contenders for Indiana Authors Awards.
The Sept. 9 exhibition at Lucas Oil Stadium, featuring a performance by Ann Wilson of Heart and an all-star band, is free to attend with registration.
In a tweet Sunday, Irsay confirmed he has acquired the belt for his collection of rock music, American history and pop culture memorabilia, which is currently touring the country.
Directors Josh Boone and Josh Trank are two of 11 partners in new digital filmmaking company Helix Pictures Inc.
A report accompanying the street-by-street inventory of public art in Marion County encourages increased representation of BIPOC artists.
Constance Macy, the third artistic director in the 39-year history of the Phoenix Theatre Cultural Centre, said the small professional theater is seeking $6 million to reach solid financial footing.
The $6 million upgrade of the Eiteljorg’ second floor exhibition space focuses on themes of Relation, Continuation and Innovation.