"You can always tell an urban neighborhood in transition by that harbinger of change--the corner Art Deco shop opened by two gentlemen friends.”
Colorizing digital scans of historic photographs of Bloomington has provided a kind of out-of-body experience for artist Avi Katz.
"When I came home from Korea in '54, John was about twelve," remembered James Alexander Thom. "We were not close, but I was aware that he was a talented kid."
The Architectural Cake Contest takes a playful approach to the task of historic preservation, but ends up revealing that architecture is just the icing on top.
Originally built as a car dealership, the I. Fell Building has been converted into something like an artist incubator.
A project about reconstructing physical space that currently exists entirely online will be taken up in a physical exhibition at Monroe County History Center.
Quick. Think Christmas. The residents of Terre Haute's Farrington's Grove know it's not a pink plastic tree in a mid-century ranch that first comes to mind.
Nancy Hiller and Kendall Reeves' A Home of Her Own is an anthology of radical tales of female reinvention, disguised as a coffee table book for decorators.
Inside a holiday tradition being revived through the weekend of April 22, 2011, in memory of entrepreneur and philanthropist Bill Cook.
The Canopy of Lights celebrates more than just the holidays; in many ways it’s a paean to Bloomington’s dynamic downtown.