As part of their whirlwind trip through Indiana, Rachel and Sara Caswell stopped by the WFIU Studios to talk about growing up in Bloomington and their new CD.
Get into the holiday mood as the Singing Hoosiers prepare for the Chimes of Christmas, and beastly figures take over Bloomington's B-Line Trail.
This week we wrap up with painter Erin Castellan, visit the Indiana Wine Fair, preview the '12-'13 IU Opera season, talk with two star Jacobs jazz alumni.
This week we meet guitarist and Artist in the Making, Sadie Johnson, visit with ambient musician Jeff Pearce, and take a nuanced look at the average Muslim.
This week, the ATM celebrates Hoagy Carmichael's birthday, historical home owners open up, 'Annie' comes to Bloomington, and "It's Jazz, Charlie Brown!"
This week, Greencastle's shoe store turned art gallery, how to select the 100 best jazz albums, and poetry by Keith Leonard.
This week jazz violinist Sara Caswell, the Arts and Crafts movement at the T.C. Steele Historic Site, and the second installment of our Indie music series.
This week we'll explore Indiana University and the City of Bloomington's 27th Annual Artsweek and it's theme "ArtsTeach."
This week we here from Jazz Fables founder David Miller, the Theater of the People's short plays, and author Ashley Hope Pérez.
This week on Artworks, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s tribute to jazz, Miss Indiana Gabrielle Reed, the IU Cinema opens, and PRIDE film festival preview part 1.