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Jingle Rails: Indy’s Favorite Holiday Family Tradition

“The Fifth Third Bank Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure” is back for it’s 12th year at The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. The display showcases landmarks throughout the American West while also paying homage to the city of Indianapolis.  The massive and whimsical ...


Keeping Children Safe in the Age of Covid

As schools opened their doors in August many parents grew with concern as their children weren’t able to get vaccinated and some school districts weren’t requiring masks. Besides schooling or daycare, parents have restricted the activities that their children are involved in to ensure their health, ...


Malignant: Parasitic and Mindless

Every fall season, there is another horror movie released that gets promoted as being the eerie film of the year; this year it was Malignant. The promotion of the movie revealed it as a psychological thriller that would leave the audience in a Halloween frenzy. James Wan, the director, has been known ...


Women Own Their Bodies: Indy’s March Against Texas

“I’m sick and tired that after almost 50 years we are back here in the rain marching to protect women’s reproductive rights,” shouted Indiana’s own Dana Black into the crowd at Indy’s Women’s March.  On Saturday, October 2, women across the state of Indiana appeared in front of the city-county ...


“Dare to Say His Name”: Candyman is no longer a myth

“Candyman”  is psychologically jarring in how it exemplifies racial injustice. The sequel follows the 1992 film, where the main character in the 2021 film, is derived from the child who had a connection to the Candyman. The urban legend is retold within the new film, but speaks to the truths of ...

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