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two characters caper

"...And some have greatness thrust upon them." part of the plotters' note to snare Malvolio, the Countess's stiff steward.

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Beanpole

For 19 years, one float in Bloomington's Fourth-of-July parade has stood apart from the others. Andy Cambridge is at the heart of the befuddling Beanpole.

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two men talk

Karski came to realize that the plight of the Jews was special. The Germans wanted only to rule the Poles. They wanted to exterminate the Jews.

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Richard Rodney Bennett

Distinguished British composer Richard Rodney Bennett made his mark across multiple genres, writing music for the concert hall, film and jazz.

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"Beethoven's Trio in E-Flat, Op. 1, No. 1 is the first modern piano trio." Yael Weiss

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Schoolhouse Rock Live!... "That's What's Happening"

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Sheriff, Lady Hilda and Little John

Was there a real Robin Hood? Was there a real Little John? And was he the first real "side kick?" Playwright Rachelle Martin Wilburn says, "Yes."

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three actors

"The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance observes," Sherlock Holmes

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Palestrina

In late spring, Bloomington choir Voces Novae held a concert in a surprising place: Rose Hill Cemetery.

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Instructors Alyssa Condotti (left) and Roberta Wong (right) lead the dance class through movement exercises.

Bloomingtonians coping with Parkinson's find an unorthodox treatment.

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couple dance

"'Everything you have ever secretly thought about dating, romance, marriage, lovers, husbands, wives and in-laws, but were afraid to admit."

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