Daniel Larsen, the youngest person to have a crossword published in The New York Times, was playing Scrabble before he knew if the letters spelled real words.
IU's theatrical effects designers deployed everything from corn syrup to uncooked lasagna noodles to turn the The Duchess of Malfi into a real horror show.
Local musicians create music to lend to the Black Lives Matter movement, becoming part of the time-honored tradition of African American protest music.
This doctor's career, avocation, and family life combined to build a generations-long legacy.
Pictures on view on the IU campus showcase how a new generation of feminist activists is using street theatre and social media to rally awareness in China.
An exhibition at the Grunwald Gallery of Art explores the power of tattoos to delight, push back, and heal.
The comic, writer and actor on growing up an outcast and why the role of the comedian just got more important.
" You cannot run, writing prose. You can run while writing poetry."
In his Alzheimer's Poetry Project, Gary Glazner uses poetry as a tool with dementia patients to promote creative expression and connection with others.
Bloomington's second-wave circus veterans exchange death-defying feats in in the big top for breakthroughs in the studio.