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Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

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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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Enjoy seasonal playlists this fall and winter

Posted by: Stephanie Onyeiwu
Posted: October 21, 2019
Categories: Arts & Entertainment, IndyHub

Tis’ the season for fall weather- bonfires in the backyard, apple picking, cool weather, and warm apple cider! Grab those fall boots and headphones to make those cooler walks more animated– for the next few months, I’ll be […]

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Young Indy Entrepreneurs: Ricky Anderson

Posted by: IndyHub
Posted: October 11, 2019
Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Community Partners, IndyHub

We feel like there is always an awesome local business or company popping up in our city. And more times than not, there’s a young go-getter behind the scenes working their tail off to make it all happen. […]

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