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ORIGIN STORIES! Indy PopCon is back for year two, and we're excited - this particular convention includes comic book artists . We here at NUVO thought we'd pay homage to our LOCAL comic artists - and just like any good superhero, they've got origin stories. Comment?
No matter what you get at this breakfast-meets-Mexican diner, order a side of the spicy biscuits and gravy. You will not regret it. Comment?
Among the newest galleries in Carmel is the Hoosier Salon, one of two Indiana galleries run by the eponymous arts organization founded in 1925. The organization relocated its Indy gallery from Broad Ripple eight months ago, adding a nonprofit gallery to the largely for-profit mix in Carmel's Arts & Design District. Comment?
It opened last week with an authentic Jewish wedding ceremony at the Central Library. This week, the 2nd annual Indianapolis Jewish Film Festival is coming to a close with prestigious guests and films that illustrate the complexity of Jewish culture and the human condition. Comment?
FLIX Brewhouse is opening April 30 at 2160 E. 116th St., Carmel with the premiere of The Avengers: Age of Ultron! The unique format of first run films in eight theatres along with a craft brewery and restaurant places Flix Brewhouse in a category of its own within the almost 100 Indiana craft breweries. Texas-based, with their first location in Round Rock, their second in Des Moines, Iowa and Carmel as their third, we're learning just how different they are from your usual move theatre and brewpub. Comment?
St. John United Church of Christ, also know as "German Church" is located at the corner of Washington Street and German Church Road in Cumberland, IN. photo submitted In the small town of Cumberland, right on the eastern edge of Marion County, sits a soft red brick church at the corner of Washington Street and German Church Road. Comment?
The 2015 session of the Indiana General Assembly barely has started and Gov. Mike Pence's flirtation with running for president already casts a shadow over it. Days before the session opened, the news broke that Indiana Sen. Mike Delph, R-Carmel, planned to push a bill that would allow Pence, also a Republican, to run for president and stand for re-election as governor at the same time. Comment?
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