Labor Day Weekend in Bloomington has become renowned for the artistic and literary pageant that is the Fourth Street Festival.
Jessica Hopper is a music and pop culture critic. She’s senior editor at Pitchfork, the Chicago-based Internet publication for music criticism and commentary.
There are quite a few ways to remember someone after they’re gone. A gravestone, a photograph, but what about a lock of hair?
To mark Indiana Limestone Month, a profile of limestone carver Casey Winningham, who discusses the tangible and intangible aspects of his craft.
After over 50 years, Bloomington-based baseball legend George Shively finally has a gravestone.
Deaf theatre performer Colin Analco knew that he was getting through to his audience when he could feel the floorboards shake.
"The music from the Met' radio broadcast is hard to hear because the audience is laughing so loud."
An exhibition reveals the craft and humanity that lurks in illustrations of skin lesions, bone disorders, and tumors from historical medical texts.
How does an organization choose between non-profit or for-profit status?
The 113-day-long Summer Festival of the Arts includes events in music, theater, film and visual art. It's hosted by a number of different venues in Bloomington.