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Interview: In the beginning, there was... Larry Heard!

“In the beginning, there was Jack, and Jack had a groove. And from this groove came the groove of all grooves. And while one day viciously throwing down on his box, Jack boldy declared : “Let there be House!” And House Music was born. 1,735 more words


Fingers Inc.'s 'Another Side' album to be reissued!

Although no official statement has been made on Alleviated Records website, Larry Heard‘s label is to give a new birth to Fingers Inc.‘s seminal ‘Another Side’ album, 27 years after its original release on UK label Jack Trax back on Feb. 292 more words

Deep House

Georgia pastor defends church sign calling homosexuality a 'death worthy crime'

Robert Owens was innocently riding his bike through Milledgeville, Georgia when he saw a church sign that shocked him.

According to WGXA, the sign in front of the Ten Commandments Church read: “Homesexuality is a Death Worthy Crime.” 200 more words


Frankie Knuckles: And House Music was born! (Q&A)

Even though I may have got a certain experience of life, I couldn’t (and still can’t) help myself suffering from the effects of a deep pain, if not some internal revolt, when being reported about the passing of… 2,501 more words

Soulful House

High school results, February 6


Friday’s scores

Bethesda Christian 59, Cascade 43

Brownsburg 57, Noblesville 46. Notable: KJ Walton (B) 20 points; Jon Kiser (N) 20 points

Cathedral 79, Bowman Academy 60. 567 more words


City tournament reset: a look at quarterfinal matchups

The boys City tournament quarterfinals are set for Thursday. Here’s a reset and a look at the matchups:

Cardinal Ritter (7-5) at Scecina (10-3) – Scecina is the top seed but player defections and injuries made the Crusaders something of a shaky pick for a three-game title run, though T.J. 303 more words


High School Results, January 2

Attention High School Coaches

High school coaches are asked to report varsity game results from 8-11 p.m. Monday-Friday and 5-11 p.m. on Saturdays.

Call IndyStar sports at (317) 444-6644 or email hsresults@indystar.com. 659 more words