Friday Rundown: The man in black, Jail poetry, Victoria Price at the IU Cinema, IU wrestling at the NCAA Tournament

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The man in black

Cory Graham, 27, discusses memories he shared with his friend Doc, who was killed in a homicide in 2015 in Indianapolis. Graham considered Doc his big brother, but Doc was not the first of Graham's friends killed in Indianapolis. Graham has lost family and friends to violence in the city, as well as many others due to natural causes and health problems. Graham is a funeral director at Stuart Mortuary in Indianapolis.  Noble Guyon Buy Photos

Cory Graham forged a relationship with death early on, and when he became a funeral director, he made it his business. But death still found ways to surprise him. Read more here.

Poetry workshop for Monroe County Jail seeks personal revision

Poems written in the Monroe County Jail stand on display at the library. The poems were available for viewing through the month of February. Matthieu Picard Buy Photos

Prisoners at Monroe County Jail are finding their voice through a new art exhibit. Read more here.

Victoria Price celebrates father Vincent Price's legacy in talk at IU Cinema

Vincent Price sits with Kermit the Frog during an episode of "The Muppet Show" in 1976. Price's daughter Victoria spoke Thursday, March 8, in the IU Cinema. Movie Stills Database Buy Photos

Victoria Price, daughter of Hollywood horror hero Vincent Price, celebrated her father's legacy with a talk at IU Cinema on Thursday. Read more here.

Hoosiers' seeds revealed for NCAA Tournament

Then-sophomore Elijah Oliver, now a junior, competes in a 125 lbs match with Jhared Simmons from Maryland during the 2016 season at University Gym. Oliver and teammates Cole Weaver, Bryce Martin and Devin Skatzka earned spots in the NCAA tournament from March 15 to 17 in Cleveland, Ohio. Tae-Gyun Kim Buy Photos

The wrestling team may have gone winless in Big Ten competition, but they are sending four individuals to the NCAA Tournament. Read more here.

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