Everyday life in Bloomington in the 1850s was a drama of scarce water and free-range pigs. The allure for prospective entrepreneurs was not obvious.
Despite Doenges' machine-age design style, the appeal for her clients--during the post-WW2 tract house era--lay in the way she personalized each home.
A six-year-old nonprofit dedicated to connecting and empowering women sponsors a lively annual festival.
To "help foster peace and joy in the community and the world at large" is "just a really great thing."
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.
"Just having the courage to put yourself out there is a pretty amazing thing. So I personally am excited about that."
I wish I could offer a more glowing review of 'Bloomington,' especially since I don't want you to think that all I do is hate on movies.
It will be a homecoming of sorts when Fernanda Cardoso visits Bloomington for a screening of her film 'Bloomington' at the Pride Film Festival.
A Bloomington elementary school with more than its share of challenges is looking toward an arts-based curriculum for a fresh start.
Alice Curry, Mary Moran, and Krista Weiss discuss how hard economic times have affected their budgets, their music making, and their plans for the future.