The second annual Limestone Comedy Festival features local performers, up-and-coming national acts and comedians at the height of their careers.
Cristela Alonzo will be making her Bloomington debut at the Limestone Comedy Festival just weeks after her TV show was picked up by ABC.
Jon Kay interviewed people who started making art later in life as a way of reflecting on the past and memorializing stories.
The Fifth House Ensemble completed a year-long residency at Depauw University. Their final concert "Harvest" highlights what life is like in Putnam County.
The African American Dance Company family celebrates the legacy of director Iris Rosa, who students refer to as their mom away from home.
Voces Novae collaborates with IUCA+D in a traveling choral concert around some of downtown Columbus, Indiana's most iconic buildings.
Robertson separates himself from other harpsichord builders by decorating the instruments with his replicas of paintings from centuries ago.
While many comedians gets laughs by talking about sex or alcohol, Stewart Huff turns a classical music history lesson into a hilarious part of his stand-up act.
After canceling the annual Christmas With The Pops, organizers are coming to terms with the difficulty of sustaining a professional orchestra in Bloomington.
The local music scene is not limited to commercial venues. The house show scene is alive and well in basements across Bloomington. But good luck finding a show!