Jewish Theatre of Bloomington will present ‘Visions of Right,’ by Marcia Cebulska; the story of a photographer who moves to Topeka, Kansas, and encounters a fictional church modeled after the real Westboro Baptist Church and its anti-gay, anti-Jewish, anti-art ministry.
This year marks a milestone for the Kinsey Institute as Indiana University celebrates the 70th anniversary of what is arguably the world’s most influential center for the study of human sexuality.
The ‘BloomingSongs’ album will include the work of 10 local composers, which will also appear in live performances for the 12-and-under crowd.
After a hiatus in Detroit, Michigan, Gabe Gloden has returned to Bloomington’s theater scene.
Artisan Alley provides studio space for more than 50 artists and craftspeople across three locations in Bloomington.
For new and experienced beekeepers alike, Graham’s Bee Works offers bee packages, hive supplies, and classes.
More than a dozen local organizations have received Community Impact Grants, including the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington, Hoosier National Forest, and the Bloomington Hospital Foundation.
Have you ever wondered how restaurants get their bacon to look so perfect, and why the bacon you make at home … well, isn’t? David Davenport with Bloomington Cooking School shares his secrets to picture-perfect bacon in April’s Recipe of the Month.
At 20 years old, Indiana University sophomore Stanley Njuguna has already been a featured speaker at protest events such as Bloomington’s Inaugurate the Revolution and Black Lives Matter rallies — and he’s just getting started.