Bloomington's Bleeding Heartland Roller Girls competed in playoffs this year for the first time in the group's 7-year history.
The Internet--and especially social media--have overhauled the way musicians make and market their music, not the mention the way we discover and consume it.
TAI sends researchers around Indiana to speak with area creative types -- from weavers and instrument makers to casket builders and hoop net makers.
“Comic book” is a pretty loose term in this room, where on one side, it's zombies and explosions, and on the other, an active reconstruction of the genre.
For the first time in the team's 7-year history, the Bleeding Heartland Rollergirls will be participating in WFTDA's annual international championships.
How does an organization choose between non-profit or for-profit status?
"I love my job because of the things I get to see," admits professional driver Mark Kidd, whose photo exhibition, "Long Term Parking" is on view at the Waldron.
She's gay and she likes sports, "Because sometimes stereotypes are true." Comic Erin Foley brings her tom boy humor to Bloomington's Comedy Attic.
The Hudsucker Posse had to construct their hoops before they could learn to hoop dance. Get out your calculators and power tools, making a hoop is no easy task.
Indiana native Ryan Nerz, known for writing about his exploits in the world of competitive eating, immerses himself for his new book in the topic of pot.