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Brian Howe

Bio: Brian Howe is the Managing Arts & Culture Editor at INDY Week.

Email: bhowe@indyweek.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/Brian_Gray_Howe

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photo by Zoe Litaker

We can't even tell you about the most powerful, divisive part of "Don't Get Any Ideas, Little Lady," a piece seemingly designed to be indigestible by audiences and star ratings. Read more

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From Party Illegal to Ruby Deluxe, this is how some of our favorite parties and spaces are cultivating an inclusive consent culture. Read more

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Welcome to the INDY's inaugural Triangle Music Issue, which begins with this crazy thing we made. Read more

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William Brittelle had to come home to create "Spiritual America," his astonishing album about faith lost and found, and he couldn't have done it without Wye Oak. Read more

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The bad news of the impending closure of another Durham gallery is leavened by the good news that another, very similar gallery will replace it. Read more

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photo by Emily Miller

Trained dancers and first-time performers with Parkinson's disease created an unforgettable experience in the ADF premiere of the new work by Culture Mill's co-founders. Read more

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Photo by Zoe Litaker

There are usually ways in which a modern dance work is trying to fool you. In "Don't Get Any Ideas, Little Lady," Allie Pfeffer and Alyssa Noble are out for something realer and rawer. Read more

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Get ready to say goodbye to a Durham art-scene institution that, from its early days on Parrish Street to its last ones beside Golden Belt, showed us what "community" really means. Read more

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He’s probably the only Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee who is also, no joke, an ostrich farmer in rural North Carolina. Read more

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The co-directors of Culture Mill are about to premiere "They Are All," a collaboration between professional dancers, researchers, scientists, and people with Parkinson's disease. Read more

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Photo by Julieta Cervantes

Mavis Staples! Yo La Tengo! Emmylou Harris! Meredith Monk! Lang Lang! We could go on! Read more

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We laid out some pretty bold premises when The Commons Crit, a collaboration with Carolina Performing Arts' Commons festival, began. Here's how they look from the other side. Read more

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According to Register, "Lez Dance" stems from finding new vocal confidence—and a new perspective on playing music—on a pivotal tour with queer band Nana Grizol. Read more

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Photo by Kim Gray

Because life is such a first-person experience, I’d have guessed that when the long-running series ended, my strongest memories of it would be performing in it. But I was wrong. Read more

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Photo by Shay Stifelman

Something’s smoldering in the world of Randy Maples, who’s among the most promising beat-wizards of local collective Raund Haus. Read more

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James Blake! Jenny Lewis! Little Brother! AHHHHHHH! Read more

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The Commons Crit is a collaboration between the INDY and Carolina Performing Arts’ new residency program and performance festival, The Commons. Read more

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Photo by Heather Wasser

We've got the premiere of this charming tune from "Loblolly Boogie," the forthcoming album by longtime local-music mainstay John Harrison. Read more

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