Actors Remy Germinario and David Knell discuss their roles in Cardinal Stage Company's two one-person shows playing this month in Bloomington.
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.
A century ago, making and selling oak rod baskets helped some southern Indiana farmers supplement their incomes. But today, the craft has all but disappeared.
Barbara Ann O’Leary started #DirectedByWomen as a way to celebrate female filmmakers and encourage movie buffs to think outside the Hollywood box.
Rev. Mary Ann Macklin is writing a novel. Reading "Meeting Her Match" was as much research as it was a trip down memory lane.
Annie Corrigan has spent her summer learning how to ballroom dance. She takes us behind the scenes, from her first foxtrot lesson to show day.
When it works well, improv gets kids working together, bringing new ideas to the scene, and -- most importantly -- listening.
Organizers of the filmmaking summer camp say it’s important to give young girls positive associations with being in charge.
Thanks to the regular paychecks from "Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell," writer and comedian Aparna Nancherla is now able to dedicate herself to stand-up.
Audrey Heller helped organize the first art exhibit for retired Indiana University faculty in 2002. She has two photographs on display in this year's show.