Marriage is changing; weddings, more slowly. Bloomington seamstress Liby Ball helps brides of all stripes feel beautiful being themselves on their special day.
There are plenty of dinosaur bones out west, but fossils on federal land are reserved for museums and universities. This makes thing complicated for hobbyists.
The Museum of Miniature Houses offers a tiny, but telling way to teach Hoosier history.
The seminar is part-event planning and part-career training. Attendees will learn what it takes to turn a big idea into a successful event.
Stewart Huff and Tom Simmons want to challenges what audiences expect from southern comedy.
Lilly Library curator Andrew Rhoda discusses how puzzles can teach us about history and ourselves.
Personal effects, zoological specimens, and bric-à-brac from across IU’s two centuries abound in the Wunderkammer, currently on view at the Grunwald Gallery.
The Historic Artcraft Theatre in Franklin, Indiana screens a horror classic and celebrates its own re-animation.
From festival stages to private backyards, "old-time" musicians Anna & Elizabeth connect with a musical and visual storytelling tradition that's alive and well.
A century ago, making and selling oak rod baskets helped some southern Indiana farmers supplement their incomes. But today, the craft has all but disappeared.