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Do317 Lounge: Indy’s Hidden Music Venue

A city boasting intimate music venues isn’t something that rolls off the tongue when recommending Indianapolis to travelers. Quite frankly, Indianapolis isn’t even on the radar for many concertgoers when it comes to live music. Sure, downtown caters to large Read more >

Styx Puts On An Awesome Show at Indiana State Fair

Last night I finally got to see my first rock concert when I was 14. Let me explain that: when I was a kid, I was never allowed to go to concerts. There were — allegedly; I never found out Read more >

Last Weekend for Guitars Exhibit at Eiteljorg Museum

With two kids who play guitar and another who plays drums, a trip to the Eiteljorg’s Guitars! exhibit was a natural one. My only disappointment is that we waited until there’s just a few days left before we went to Read more >

Experience the Indianapolis Symphony Under the Stars

Outdoor concerts are fairly easy to come by in the summer. All of them provide the opportunity to hear wonderful music while enjoying the best of the summer weather. But one of my favorites is Symphony on the Prairie. This Read more >

“moontree music fest” In Greensburg, September 7, 2013

Fans of k.d. lang and e.e. cummings rejoice! The “moontree music fest” is coming to Greensburg, Indiana (Decatur County) Saturday, September 7, 2013. Clarification: k.d. lang and e.e. cummings will not be at the “moontree music fest.” Rather, the festival Read more >

43rd Annual Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration

There aren’t many things in Indianapolis older or more revered than the Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration. It’s the largest African-American event in the nation, and they’re expecting more than 300,000 people. They have a wide range of special events, Read more >

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration, March 15 & 16, Downtown Indianapolis

March 17 is just around the corner, and that means St. Patty’s Day, the wearing of the green, and the pinching of anyone who isn’t. It’s green beer, the green canal in downtown Indianapolis, and the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Read more >

Richmond Symphony Orchestra Brings Classical Music to East Central Indiana

I grew up in East Central Indiana, Muncie to be exact. When I was growing up, there were two symphony orchestras in the area: Muncie, and Richmond. At 37,000 people, Richmond is one of the smallest cities, if not the Read more >