Organizers collected 100 pieces of art created by kids. The Royale Hair Parlor stylists chose a picture that would serve as the inspiration for a hairstyle.
Josh Berkau, a seventeen-year-old from Evansville with autism spectrum disorder, learned how to communicate through typing on an iPad
For 19 years, one float in Bloomington's Fourth-of-July parade has stood apart from the others. Andy Cambridge is at the heart of the befuddling Beanpole.
In late spring, Bloomington choir Voces Novae held a concert in a surprising place: Rose Hill Cemetery.
When looking to update the look of a classic pool table, Brunswick Billiards reached out to the students of the Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis.
Elements of play and creative thinking have been incorporated to enhance the success of the youngest learners at Bloomington's Fairview Elementary.
The second annual Limestone Comedy Festival features local performers, up-and-coming national acts and comedians at the height of their careers.
Psychologist by day, comedienne by night, Stephanie Lochbihler draws liberally from a third role--as mother--for laughs.
Jon Hancuff is performing as a part of the 2014 Limestone Comedy Festival. He returned to comedy after a thirteen year hiatus.
Mark Freeman purchased Bloomington's Starlite Drive-In, bringing some big cosmetic changes, while still holding onto its 59-year tradition