- NuvoMay 04 10:01 AM
The library hopes to move to be closer to Vonnegut landmarks in Indy and to increase their available space It was two years ago that the Kurt Vonnegut Library knew that D-Day was coming. Soon they would have to move; the building where they have offered countless programs, talks and exhibits is about to be sold.…
- The Indianapolis StarApr 30 07:10 AM
Hoosier author Kurt Vonnegut once said, "Nobody will stop you from creating. Do it tonight. Do it tomorrow."
- Maple Ridge NewsMay 17 02:34 PM
Big Buddy seemed upset and confused when he called the first time.
- Arts JournalMay 06 06:38 AM
“As a novelist and a journalist, [Mohammed Hanif] has become perhaps the foremost observer of Pakistan’s contradictions and absurdities.”
- Bedford Times-MailMay 17 09:35 AM
You are the owner of this article. This April 19, 2016 photo shows an installation in the lobby of the Indianapolis Museum of Art called "False Ceiling."ï¿½ The installation consists of hanging books donated by the public in collaboration with a local independent bookstore, Indy Reads Books.
- TechcrunchMay 07 06:05 AM
“But among them was this poor Earthling, and his head was encased in a steel sphere which he could never take off. There was only one eyehole through which he could look, and welded to that eyehole were six feet of pipe… He was also strapped to a steel lattice which was bolted to a flatcar on rails, and there was no way he could turn his head.” — Kurt Vonnegut… Read More
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 17 07:46 AM
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — So, Indianapolis, are you an old Rust Belt city or are you the next Brooklyn?
- The Mckeesport Daily NewsMay 28 02:59 PM
So, Indianapolis, are you an old Rust Belt city or are you the next Brooklyn? Maybe a little of both — though locals bristled at ...
- WRTV IndianapolisMay 17 11:15 AM
One thing's for sure. Indy's old nickname, Naptown, is now best used ironically, with a hashtag, because this city has woken up.
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- NPRMay 29 03:29 AM
How to make thinking about death less somber? Hold a festival! Indianapolis did. Through art, film and book talks, residents explored everything from bucket lists to advance directives and cremation.
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