The designer who determined what the 70s looked like spent his teen years in Indiana. Budding Hoosier designers are finding inspiration in vintage Halston.
Sights and Sounds from the 22nd Annual Lotus World Music and Arts Festival
This summer's Nature Sounds series has staged live musical performances in Bloomington parks in a way that showcases the setting as much as the music.
Gamers rejoice! With IU's newly minted major in game design, a well-established extracurricular activity is now coursework.
An artist who now lives in Bloomington, Ind., was inspired by Hurricane Katrina. She says it taught her to enjoy every moment she's given.
In her book Practically Joking, IU folklorist Moira Marsh suggests that the common prank be reevalutated for its social and aesthetic function.
When it works well, improv gets kids working together, bringing new ideas to the scene, and -- most importantly -- listening.
The Individualized Major Program at Indiana University will soon lead to a first for the school—a degree in stand-up comedy.
Its grand name notwithstanding, the American Piano Factory is a one-man show. And over 27 years of house calls, Dave Cox has developed a faithful clientele.
Thanks to the regular paychecks from "Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell," writer and comedian Aparna Nancherla is now able to dedicate herself to stand-up.