When it comes to sports stories, many are like fish tales—exaggerated beyond recognizable truth. But writers John C. Decker, Pete DiPrimio, and Doug Wilson present 11 unusual stories about Indiana University sports, all of which are true.
Those looking to support health programs in Bloomington and Monroe County now have more ways to give, but it can get a little confusing.
As a professor of geological sciences at Indiana University, David Polly uses the past to divine our climatic future. Polly studies how vertebrate animals respond to climate change over geological time.
As American men were heading to the frontlines during World War II, Mexican braceros, or “manual laborers,” were heading to the United States to take on the jobs soldiers had left behind. A new photography exhibit at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center tells that mostly forgotten story.
Chrysanthemums were aptly described by the title character in the 1969 film The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie as “serviceable flowers.”
Out of Easy Reach, an exhibit at the Grunwald Gallery of Art on the Indiana University campus, explores the theme of abstraction in different artistic media and, specifically, the distinctive approaches to abstract art taken by women of color.
At The Butcher’s Block you can get the standard tailgate and backyard barbecue favorites—steaks and ribs, brats and chicken. But behind the counter, a chalkboard also lists some 20 lesser-known exotic meats, everything from alligator and antelope to elk and kangaroo.
An event that began as a way to support civil rights in the 1950s continues today, helping support social justice efforts here and around the world.
In The Wellness Lifestyle: A Chef’s Recipe for Real Life, Chef Daniel Orr talks about his struggle to keep weight off. His co-author, Kelly Jo Baute, a wellness coach who suffered many complications after breast cancer surgery, chemotherapy, and reconstruction, struggles to keep weight—or more precisely, muscle—on.
Inspired by the Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos, the altar is a collaborative space where visitors are encouraged to leave a photograph, written memory, or object that commemorates someone who has died.
As the co-founder of the Hudsucker Posse hoop dance troupe and executive director of FlowMotion Events, Paula Chambers knows a thing or two about the circus arts.
Auditions for Cardinal Stage Company’s production of Garfield: The Musical with Cattitude will be held from noon until 2 p.m. on Monday, July 17. Auditions are open to anyone age 18 and over. Auditions will be held at the Cardinal Stage office at 900 S. Walnut and those auditioning are asked to bring a resume […]
With hate crimes on the rise, the threat of mass deportations, and the federal government’s attempts to restrict immigration from predominately Islamic countries, these are anxious times for Muslims in America.
Hidden away in the woods on the outskirts of Bloomington, this famed institute, the brainchild of husband-and-wife scientists, is a focal point for archaeological research on human origins.