"What Soul Revue is about," asserts Tyron Cooper, "is operating within a Black performance tradition to elucidate the Black life reality."
After over 50 years, Bloomington-based baseball legend George Shively finally has a gravestone.
Whether "a testosterone-based soap opera" or "a unique type of performance art," Bloomington's Infinity Pro wrestling league is gaining traction.
Eric Weisbard's new book, "Top 40 Democracy," examines what we can learn about American culture from Top 40 radio.
Bloomington resident Ian Sundstrom's color based strategy game is being released today. The game is called Sature.
Jared Thompson of The Comedy Attic says there's no doubt that audiences are the main reason top comics want to perform at his club.
Members of the Prism Youth Community created a PSA film that will be aired at the 12th-annual Bloomington PRIDE Film Festival.
Emergent Theater breaks the fourth wall surrounding social justice issues with a collage of performance art.
The invitation to the Phoenix Bonfire said to bring a failed creation, broken tool, unfinished poem, or similar disappointment to throw into the flames.
Folklorist Maria Kennedy says noisy processions into apple orchards are meant to wake up the cider trees and scare away evil spirits.