Annie Corrigan has spent her summer learning how to ballroom dance. She takes us behind the scenes, from her first foxtrot lesson to show day.
When it works well, improv gets kids working together, bringing new ideas to the scene, and -- most importantly -- listening.
Organizers of the filmmaking summer camp say it’s important to give young girls positive associations with being in charge.
Thanks to the regular paychecks from "Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell," writer and comedian Aparna Nancherla is now able to dedicate herself to stand-up.
Audrey Heller helped organize the first art exhibit for retired Indiana University faculty in 2002. She has two photographs on display in this year's show.
The new conductor will be the sixth Music Director in the group's 92-year history. The first two music directors led the orchestra for a combined 70 years.
Historical photographs by Frank Hohenberger served as inspiration for new music by student composers at the Jacobs School of Music.
Local veteran Tara Briggs speaks with "Grounded" actress Greta Wohlrabe about their personal connections to the story.
Jared Thompson of The Comedy Attic says there's no doubt that audiences are the main reason top comics want to perform at his club.
There’s a community of musicians, researchers and teachers who are trying to learn more about this neurological condition and develop ways to work around it.