See how to find the larger-than-life basketball murals and learn why the projects were meaningful to the artists.
For Indianapolis Children’s Choir, new home is convenient high note
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Homegrown NBA All-Star parties attract crowds on Saturday
Chreece, Butter, Melt and Songs for You showcase Indianapolis talent amid the international spotlight of NBA All-Star Weekend.Read More
50 Cent joins lineup of NBA All-Star Weekend party hosts
Common, Fat Joe, Twista, Petey Pablo and Waka Flocka Flame are recent additions to the lineup of entertainers headed to Indianapolis.Read More
New book explores feminism through the lens of 20 rock musicians
Katherine Yeske Taylor will participate in an author talk presented by Tomorrow Bookstore at IndyFringe Theatre.Read More
Three Indianapolis designers, along with designers from New York and Los Angeles, will participate in the “Indy Noire” fashion show Feb. 15 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom as part of the NBA All-Star Weekend.
Indianapolis native Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds will sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” before the All-Star Game at Gainbridge Fieldhouse.
Musical performances are planned in conjunction with a special TNT “Inside the NBA” telecast at the Indiana Conventions Center.
For the third consecutive year, Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park will host the Legends Day concert.
IBJ arts and entertainment writer Dave Lindquist talks about the All-Star Weekend schedule of concerts and other entertainment so far and explains what central Indiana residents can do to enjoy the festiities—even if they don’t have a ticket to the game.
Green’s new journey to becoming a leading advocate for wiping out tuberculosis worldwide has its roots in another of his philanthropic interests: the health of mothers and infants in Sierra Leone.
Mason Bates’ composition, based on Michael Chabon’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, is a co-commission with the Metropolitan Opera and was to have originated at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Oct. 26.
Martin University President Sean Huddleston was one of six Newfields board of trustees members to step down in the weeks before and after the organization announced Burnette’s abrupt exit.
The infield party on May 26 will showcase five DJs in total before and during the 108th running of the Indy 500, track officials announced Tuesday.
Four recently announced events—not formally affiliated with the NBA—are scheduled at the NCAA Hall of Champions, Madam Walker Legacy Center, Hinkle Fieldhouse and Indiana Roof Ballroom.
Sexually explicit and abusive fake images of Swift began circulating widely last week on X. It’s made her the most famous victim of a scourge that tech platforms and anti-abuse groups have struggled to fix.
Jun Märkl’s tenure as music director is scheduled to begin Sept. 1, which marks the beginning of the ISO’s 2024-25 season.
For the NBA All-Star Weekend set for Feb. 15-18, local organizers hit on a way to put a distinctly Hoosier spin on the areas downtown that will host the most visitors, playing off of the concept of Hoosier Hysteria.
Mindy Taylor Ross Ross made her name as the curator of public art in Indianapolis.
February performances of “The Wild Wild West” are planned at the Florence at the Academy of Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre.
The performance by the Electronic Dance Music star is one of three concerts planned at the Indiana Convention Center.
Nearly 90 public artworks will be installed to celebrate the NBA All-Star Game scheduled for Feb. 18 at Gainbridge Fieldhouse.
Hendricks Live, a component of the new Plainfield Civic Center, on Tuesday announced three concerts and a series of community open houses.