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Thee Open Sex performs Monday night at The Bishop.  Thee Open Sex and The Mallard opened up for multi-instrumentalist Jacco Gardner.

Jacco Gardner, Thee Open Sex play Bishop

The opening band Thee Open Sex played to a large crowd at The Bishop Bar, setting the tone for main act Jacco Gardner and second opener The Mallard.


Hip-hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis will be headlining Union Boardâ??s official Little 500 concert. Talib Kweli and Wale will also perform

Macklemore to headline Little 500

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are headed to Assembly Hall for the official Little 500 concert April 17, presented by Union Board.


Akhnaten, played by Nicholas Tamagna, is flanked by Nefertiti, played by Sarah Ballman, and Queen Tye, played by Olivia Savage, in a pre-opening staging of Philip Glass' "Akhnaten" Tuesday evening at the IU Musical Arts Center. Akhnaten is the first collaboration production between the IU Opera & Ballet Theater and the Indianapolis Opera.

Opera brings Akhnaten to IU, Indy stages

Opening over the land of ancient Egypt, the audience will be introduced Friday to the story of Akhnaten, the pharaoh who worshipped the sun.



Traces flips into IU Auditorium this weekend

Urban acrobatics show “Traces” will bring its fusion of circus and street performance to the IU Auditorium for the first time 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday.


IU Theater presents Intimate Apparel

IU Theatre will travel back to the 20th century when the theater debuts its latest production, “Intimate Apparel.”The show begins its run at 7:30 p.m. Friday and concludes Feb. 9.


Freshman dance student Aaron Anker, playing the role of Amore in IU's upcoming production of "Xerxes", looks on during the dress rehearsal Tuesday evening at the Musical Arts Center.

Xerxes tells Persian tales this weekend

Wedow and the orchestra were preparing for the upcoming performances of Xerxes, an opera by George Frideric Handel debuting at IU this weekend.



New York Times best-selling author Jim Hightower greets the crowd on Thursday evening at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. Hightower spoke in the event that celebrated 20 years of WFHB Community Radio.

Hightower praises local radio station

To an audience that might refer to college as the “good ole days,” Jim Hightower, political radio commentator, spoke on behalf of the WFHB radio station.

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