40 young women from Indianapolis will have a whole new bag of skills to show off to their classmates this fall – as graduates of a rock and roll summer camp.
Not everyone is a fan of glossy pop music. But Lady Gaga is special – why else would a group of Bloomington punk musicians choose to put on a Gaga tribute show?
Boxcar Books and the Pages to Prisoners Project present the 6th Rock N Roll Prom benefit, featuring cover bands, a photo booth, and rather lenient dress code.
The 3rd annual MOSAIC Film Festival addresses issues of poverty, homelessness, and disability through a variety of short films for adults and children.
One of the stars of "The Comedians of Comedy" comes to town, outfitted with an arsenal of surreal vignettes and wicked impersonations.
Since 2004, thousands have converged annually in Bloomington for the PRIDE Film Festival, a celebration and exploration of the LGBTQ community.
Two dozen accomplished professors analyze one very foul-mouthed slacker cult film, come back with a book.
WFIU’s Josephine McRobbie visited a local karaoke night to find out just what makes this form of entertainment so ubiquitous.
Two weeks after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, IU Professor R. LeRoy Bannerman wrote and produced "Tears of Rain."
Indianapolis-based musician David Adamson was inspired by urban plight, zombies, and the battle between good and evil while writing his latest record.