Jessica Hopper is a music and pop culture critic. She’s senior editor at Pitchfork, the Chicago-based Internet publication for music criticism and commentary.
There are quite a few ways to remember someone after they’re gone. A gravestone, a photograph, but what about a lock of hair?
Indiana University Cinema Director Jon Vickers and Associate Director Brittany Friesner share details about what it takes to keep the films on the screen.
To mark Indiana Limestone Month, a profile of limestone carver Casey Winningham, who discusses the tangible and intangible aspects of his craft.
Wildlife photographer Steve Gifford tracks bobcats in southern Indiana. For Gifford, it's not just a second career; it's therapy.
After over 50 years, Bloomington-based baseball legend George Shively finally has a gravestone.
Deaf theatre performer Colin Analco knew that he was getting through to his audience when he could feel the floorboards shake.
Bloomington resident Ian Sundstrom's color based strategy game is being released today. The game is called Sature.
Filmmaker Josephine Decker spoke with WFIU's James Gray.
In “Not All Poor People are Black And Other Things We Need to Think More About," Indiana author Janet Cheatham Bell interrogates assumptions, including her own.