Yayoi Kusama’s Otherworldly Exhibit Mystifies at Newfields

At long last Indianapolis has been given a glimpse into the wondrous universe that is Yayoi Kusama’s imagination. “Infinitely Kusama”, on display at Newfields until March 29, 2020, offers visitors a small taste of the Japanese artist’s iconic avant-garde installations.  The installation ...


The Jonas Brothers Throw Indianapolis Crowd Back to Childhood 

For the first time since 2013, the Jonas Brothers made an appearance in Indianapolis on their Happiness Begins Tour. Inside Bankers Life Fieldhouse felt as if time hadn’t moved since then. The predominantly female audience, varying from all ages, were decked out head to toe in Jonas Brothers merch ...


Beloved 24-hour Diner Peppy’s Reopens

When most of us think of Fountain Square, Peppy’s Grill is surely one of the first places that come to mind. It has been a Fountain Square staple since 1949 for cheap, late-night delights. In 2018, Peppy’s began to struggle due to health code violations and aging facilities. When it closed last ...


Artist Spotlight: Elaina Nichols

Elaina Nichols is an exceptionally talented and creative artist here at IUPUI. This semester will mark the completion of her second year of classes working towards a degree in drawing and illustration at the Herron School of Art and Design. She defines being an illustrator as somebody having an idea ...


Festival Highlighting Women and LGBTQ+ In Indianapolis

“That’s What She Said” is a new monthly event, as well as summer music festival, being hosted at Square Cat Vinyl in Fountain Square. These events focus on showcasing the talented women in the community, educating women of all demographics and empowering the women of Indianapolis to have a voice ...


Top 5 List: Indianapolis Breweries

While there are many breweries around Indiana there are many that take center stage. When we look at a brewery we think only one thing, beer! While beer is great, there are many breweries within the circle city that take the idea of beer in a new, fresh direction. Here are the top five breweries that ...


Indy Musicians Give Back at Tonic Ball 2018

Local musicians are providing a special mix of music and community to raise money for a great cause. This Friday, the annual music extravaganza with a block-party atmosphere, Tonic Ball, will deliver once again. Tonic Ball is a night full of some of Indy’s favorite local bands covering songs by classic ...


An Evening with the Square Cat Vinyl Family: Song-a-Thon

On Saturday, Nov. 10, Square Cat Vinyl hosted the second annual Song-a-Thon on Virginia Avenue. The evening chill in the air rushed patrons inside, but not before they could possibly buy a Cajun sausage and an order of barbecue macaroni and cheese that was “cheaper than snake oil,” as Square Cat ...


Why Braun Won

Mike Braun has just been elected to be the next U.S. Senator for Indiana, defeating Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) and defying what the polls suggested would be a narrow victory for the incumbent. During a midterm, campaigning against the status quo is usually left to the opposition party. But with the ...


2018 Senate Predictions

Polls will close in most of Indiana less than 24 hours from now, but who will win Congress? Based on weighted averages of 366 polls, this is the Campus Citizen prediction for the Senate. Overall, the Republican Party is ahead or favored in 50 seats, enough to maintain control of the upper chamber with ...


Indiana Senate Debate Highlights

Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly, Republican Mike Braun and Libertarian Lucy Brenton clashed in the first 2018 U.S. Senate debate for Indiana. The debate took place at Purdue University Northwest in Westville from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. EST on Wednesday, Oct. 8. The Indiana Debate Commission sponsored the debate ...


Indiana Senate Debate Explainer

Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly, Republican Mike Braun and Libertarian Lucy Brenton are scheduled to debate at 7 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at the campus of Purdue University Northwest in Westville. The Indiana Debate Commission organized the debate and selected broadcaster Anne Ryder ...


Porchfest Artist Spotlight: Jeff Kelly and Cole Woodruff

Carmel Porchfest will be underway on Sunday, Sept. 16 from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Carmel Arts and Design District. Porchfest is taking place between Rangeline Road and Monon Trail. This family-friendly fest is free and includes a wide variety of music acts. This event involves musical acts playing ...


Ableton Music Producers Showcase Hits the Irving Theater

Dan Giffin, teacher at Lodge Academy for the Ableton Music Producer program, is directing an upcoming showcase. This Friday September 7, over a dozen Ableton producers will showcase their work and talent! The Campus Citizen has the honor of interviewing him. What can spectators expect to see Friday, ...


Chreece 4: Hip Hop Festival in Pictures

From DJs spinning to emcees spitting to 6-piece bands providing some soul, Chreece 4 offered something for even the pickiest hip hop fan. Music lovers from all over came out to listen and show support for these local and regional talents. Chreece is all about the love of music, and it brings the community ...


A Musician's View of Record Store Day

For the past 5 years, my sister and I have made a point to visit our top three favorite record shops in town – LUNA music, Indy CD & Vinyl and The Exchange.  This year will be no different. Record Store Day provides the opportunity for record collectors, musicians and music enthusiast to rejoice ...


The Ultimate Guide to Record Store Day 2018

Every year, the dark cloud of an impending finals week has one silver lining: Record Store Day. On the third Saturday of April, local record stores, food trucks, music lovers and hipsters come together to celebrate the wonders of analog. With some avid record collectors lining up hours before the stores open, ...

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