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Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

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Not Your 9-5 Q&A with Jeffery Burgin + The Eat Factory

Posted by: Hannah Thomas
Posted: January 27, 2021
Categories: Not Your 9 to 5, Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink, Civic Engagement, YP Perspectives, IndyHub

The best part of life is who you surround yourself with. From your family and friends, neighbors, co-workers, even your barista. The people you invest energy in, help shape who you are, what you love, and how you […]

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Indy Art + Seek: Indy’s Newest Art Experience

Posted by: Keep Indianapolis Beautiful
Posted: August 31, 2020
Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Culture & Diversity, Community Partners, IndyHub

Close your eyes. Count to 20. When was the last time you played a game of hide-and-seek? Confined to the bounds of my backyard and woefully bad at “seeking” my younger brother, I was probably 8-years-old the last […]

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Q&A with Sampson Levingston: Telling Our City’s Story

Posted by: Hannah Thomas
Posted: July 29, 2020
Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Culture & Diversity, Civic Engagement, IndyHub

Indy native Sampson Levingston truly thought outside the box when he created Through2Eyes as a space for people to begin sharing perspective and views with one another. He turned his passion for history into a business and this […]

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Hit the Books: Indianapolis Public Library’s Adult Summer Reading Program

Posted by: Melissa Wooten
Posted: May 28, 2020
Categories: Lifestyle & Wellness, Arts & Entertainment, Community Partners, IndyHub

If you’re like me and the other 280,183 library card holders in Marion County, reading has helped get you through the boredom of self-isolation due to COVID-19.  Now is normally the time of year that the Indianapolis Public […]

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