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The deadline is Monday at 9 a.m. for that Wednesday's issue.

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FRONT PORCH

Front Porch runs every week. Essays should be 500 words maximum. This is the place for reflections on life, politics, recent local events and other topics of community interest. Humor is always appreciated. Sad is occasionally OK. Musings on your own life without a larger point, or essays with a majority of sentences that open with the personal pronoun, not so much.

Submissions are not necessarily acknowledged or returned. Please note that we do not pay for reader-submitted Front Porch essays. Email submissions to frontporch@indyweek.com. Include your name, phone number and mailing address for verification, and put "Front Porch" in the subject line.

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FIRST PERSON

First Person is an occasional feature; it does not run every week. Submissions should be 800-1,400 words and tell a true story about a personal experience. First Person essay submissions longer than 1,400 words will not be considered. Preference is given to pieces that offer a firsthand view of topics in the news with broad community interest. Submissions must be nonfiction; poetry and fiction will not be considered.

Submissions are not necessarily acknowledged or returned. Please note that we do not pay for reader-submitted First Person essays. Email submissions to lsorg@indyweek.com. Include your name, phone number and mailing address for verification, and put "First Person" in the subject line. First Person is edited by Editor Lisa Sorg.

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CALENDARS

Events can be submitted via email at calendar@indyweek.com or via our online form.

We strive for a complete listing of local arts, music, activism, film and food events, but we cannot guarantee the inclusion of every event.

In general, we do not list events that cost more than $30 in our free calendars. For more expensive events, please contact our advertising and/or classifieds departments at 919-286-1972.

We do not list classes of any kind.

Except for the film calendar (see details below), events run in both our print and searchable online calendars; our print calendars usually cover 11 days from the date of publication.


ARTS & MUSIC CALENDARS

Events can be submitted via email at calendar@indyweek.com or via our online form.

Please include the date, time, street address, cost, contact info (phone, email or website), and a two-sentence description of the event.

For art exhibits and theater shows, provide opening and closing dates.

If you must send an email attachment, please also copy and paste the contents of the attachment into your email. Attachments can be corrupted and/or difficult to open.

The deadline is Wednesday by 5 p.m. for publication in the following Wednesday's issue.

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ACTIVISM CALENDAR (ACT NOW)

Our activism calendar promotes political and social action events by groups dedicated to the public interest.

Events can be submitted via email at actnow@indyweek.com or via our online form.

Please include the date, time, street address, cost, contact info (phone, email or website), and a two-sentence description of the event.

If you must send an email attachment, please also copy and paste the contents of the attachment into your email. Attachments can be corrupted and/or difficult to open.

The deadline is Wednesday by 5 p.m. for publication in the following Wednesday's issue.

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FILM CALENDAR

For special screenings, email submissions to calendar@indyweek.com.

Our film calendar covers the Friday following publication through the next Thursday.

The deadline is Tuesday by noon for publication in that Wednesday's issue.

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FOOD CALENDAR

Our food calendar lets readers know about new restaurants, ongoing farmers markets, and food- and drink-related events around the Triangle.

Events can be submitted via email at calendar@indyweek.com or via our online form.

Please include the date, time, street address, cost, contact info (phone, email or website), and a two-sentence description of the event.

If you must send an email attachment, please also copy and paste the contents of the attachment into your email. Attachments can be corrupted and/or difficult to open.

The deadline is Wednesday by 5 p.m. for publication in the following Wednesday's issue.

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RESTAURANT LISTINGS (DISH)

Our "Dish" Dining Guide is the Triangle's best restaurant listings.

Online listings are free. Click here for examples. Restaurant owners can submit or update listings here.

The listings that appear in our quarterly Dish print issue are paid advertising; contact your advertising representative or Associate Publisher Gloria Mock.


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