IU's Black Film Archive Center received a grant to fund the Richard E. Norman Project, preserving many important early 20th-century "race films."
The once-obsolete vinyl record has seen a renaissance in the last eight years. But for Bloomington record stores, vinyl is nothing new.
Eric Weisbard's new book, "Top 40 Democracy," examines what we can learn about American culture from Top 40 radio.
Members of the Prism Youth Community created a PSA film that will be aired at the 12th-annual Bloomington PRIDE Film Festival.
Bernard Woma will be performing his gyil on Thursday, December 4th at "Songs and Stories of Life," a World AIDS Day Observance in Columbus
Lisa Pelo of "Hot Blown Glass" in Clayton, Indiana enjoys the fast-paced creativity involved in creating her glass art
Josh Berkau, a seventeen-year-old from Evansville with autism spectrum disorder, learned how to communicate through typing on an iPad
A glimpse into the creative process behind composer Daniel Powers' arrangement of "The Star-Spangled Banner," performed by the Carmel Symphony Orchestra
Mark Freeman purchased Bloomington's Starlite Drive-In, bringing some big cosmetic changes, while still holding onto its 59-year tradition
Professional music therapists from around the state gather to promote how their practice can help children on the autism spectrum