British actor/director Jake Graf is the first international filmmaker brought in for Pride Film Festival. His film "Chance" explores an unlikely romance.
Freda Love Smith's memoir chronicles her life as a rock drummer and food lover. She tells stories of how those two worlds have collided in some unexpected ways.
From festival stages to private backyards, "old-time" musicians Anna & Elizabeth connect with a musical and visual storytelling tradition that's alive and well.
Organizers of the filmmaking summer camp say it’s important to give young girls positive associations with being in charge.
Lotus Blossoms headliner Kuniko Yamamoto incorporates elements of traditional Japanese arts into her performances for children.
Colorizing digital scans of historic photographs of Bloomington has provided a kind of out-of-body experience for artist Avi Katz.
Lee Williams has been booking musicians for Lotus since the very beginning, but his history as a music programmer in Bloomington goes back to the early 1980s.
Nick McGill’s metal sculptures can be seen at SOMA Coffeehouse, the Wonderlab, and the Building Trades Park. But after 20 years, the medium has taken its toll.
After canceling the annual Christmas With The Pops, organizers are coming to terms with the difficulty of sustaining a professional orchestra in Bloomington.
Nate Powell's latest book is "March: Book One." It was co-written by Representative John Lewis and Andrew Aydin.