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Perhaps the image that most people associate with President Donald Trump’s former press secretary, Sean Spicer, is of actress Melissa McCarthy waving the White House podium at a reporter. Even Spicer had to chuckle at the "Saturday Night Live" skit, according to his new memoir, The Briefing: Politics, the Press and the President.
From Broadway shows to brand new musicals, IU Auditorium’s newly announced season will be offering different types of programming.
President Bill Clinton had a dream. In this dream, he’s President Duncan, a stronger, more virtuous version of himself. He fights the bad guys and rises victorious over his political foes. Oh, and he gets those pesky election-meddling Russians as well – that’s a plus.
Good things take time. But did Pixar really need to take 14 years to follow-up on one of its early successes, “The Incredibles"?
Bringingtheir time-tested charms to the internet age, Steve Martin and Martin Short’s new Netflix special, “An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life," is a satisfying, nostalgic showcase for the legendary comics.
It was the year Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy were assassinated. It was the year the Mai Lai Massacre turned millions against the Vietnam War. It was the year segregationist George Wallace made a strong showing as Presidential candidate. It was the year that counterculture took its rancor to entirely new levels.
A "brave new world" of dark magic, young love, family rivalry and pitiful drunkards, Shakespeare's "The Tempest" is one of Shakespeare's most performed productions. The Monroe County Civic Theater (MCCT) production of “The Tempest” premiered May 31 at Harmony School.
According to a recent Gallup poll, 38% of Americans believe God created man in present form in the last 10,000 years or so. The number of Americans who accept Charles Darwin's theory of evolution is at a record high.
Summer’s here and, if you’re living on IU’s campus, chances are you are looking for ways to amuse yourself.
Jacobs School of Music’s Historical Performance Institute’s third annual conference, Historical Performance: Theory, Practice, and Interdisciplinarity, will take place May 18 to May 20 in Sweeney Hall and Auer Hall.
During the Cold War, the U.S. and the USSR were pitted against each other by thorny ideological divides. Citizens of these countires lived in constant fear they’d wake up and find themselves blown to smithereens by a nuclear bomb.
IU’s Jacobs School of Music and the Kelley School of Business will present their second Music-Business-Peace Summit from 8 a.m. to 6 pm. May 11 at Jacobs School's William and Gayle Cook Music Library room M285.
Hoosiers don' have to travel to Las Vegas to enjoy circus arts performances, as a local studio has made them a tradition every May.
Before computer generated imagery became a filmmaker’s go-to tool to create realistic, imaginative special effects, they relied on other means to create movie magic: cardboard, tape, clay and, of course, great acting.
Paying tribute to the classic 1939 film, a touring production of “The Wizard of Oz” will be performed at 7:30 p.m. April 17 and 18 at the IU Auditorium.
The Singing Hoosiers will perform its 68th annual Spring Concert, “Back Home Again,” at 2 and 7:30 p.m. April 14 at the IU Auditorium.
The African American Dance Company will present its 44th annual spring concert, “Engendered Bodies Embodying Gender,” at 8 p.m. April 7 in the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
At 6:30 p.m. April 7, actor, artist and former football player Terry Crews will visit the IU Auditorium to discuss diversity, masculinity, hardship and hard work in the entertainment industry, on college campuses and in America.
Old jazz tunes now fill Kirkwood Hall Gallery where the School of Art, Architecture + Design presents “Celebrating a Jazz Icon: 100 Years of Ella Fitzgerald Exhibits and Events.” This exhibit honors the famed African-American singer from noon to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays through May 4.
Something new is cooking at Bloomingfoods' old location on Second Street, where IU’s five sole photography Bachelor of Fine Arts students are preparing to unveil their original album covers.