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Jazz Vocalist Tierney Sutton Joins Jacobs School Faculty

Tierney Sutton, who joined the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music faculty this fall, was a singing cocktail waitress when she found her vocation. On a summer break from college, she landed a job with the Heidel Honeys, a vocal quartet dressed like the icon on a bottle of St. Pauli Girl beer.

Whippoorwill Hill—An Event Venue With a History Dating Back to 1856

Driving south of Bloomington one evening in 2015, Anne Fields and her future husband, Jeff, stopped to check out a retro-looking “farm for sale” sign. “What’s back there?” she remembers wondering, so the two trekked down the secluded driveway that opened up to a big, beautiful field.

Coffee-Infused Beers Offer Two Great Tastes in One Glass

On a recent trip to the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market, my wife, Carmen, and I had to weave around a long line of people waiting to get freshly brewed coffee. Noting the line, I commented that I don’t understand people’s obsession with coffee. She just stared at me and replied, “Really? Have you ever listened to yourself talk about beer?”

Jessica Strunk Ivy Tech Vice Chancellor

When Jessica Strunk came to Ivy Tech Community College–Bloomington in 2004, the career path she imagined for herself was confined. “I had my life all figured out,” she says. “I wanted to get an associate degree in office administration, and then I planned to be a secretary forever.”

IU Science Fest October 21: Learn How to Do Amazing Stuff!

At IU’s Science Fest, visitors can create their own baseball-size comets using water, dry ice, dirt, and syrup. That’s just one of the many activities planned at the free event taking place October 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in several buildings across the IU campus.

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Whippoorwill Hill—An Event Venue With a History Dating Back to 1856

Driving south of Bloomington one evening in 2015, Anne Fields and her future husband, Jeff, stopped to check out a retro-looking “farm for sale” sign. “What’s back there?” she remembers wondering, so the two trekked down the secluded driveway that opened up to a big, beautiful field.

Voices of Recovery: Eight Inspiring Stories of Life After Addiction (COVER STORY)

Part eight of our eight-part composite—Kevin Bruce: "His exposure to addictive substances growing up was somewhat typical—pilfered cigarettes and alcohol as a young teen, greater amounts purchased illegally when he was older. It wasn’t until he went to college that it became clear he was becoming addicted. In 1962, Kevin was accepted at Brown University. He says he chose Brown, in part, because his older brother went there. But also because, he says, 'Underage drinking was a matter of course and part of the culture.'"

Recipes for Fall from ‘Earth Eats’ Book

For more than eight years, WFIU-FM has provided locally sourced food ideas via its weekly Earth Eats radio show. A cookbook written by the program’s former host, Annie Corrigan, along with program contributor Chef Daniel Orr, allows foodies to keep Earth Eats at their fingertips.

Recipes for Fall from ‘Earth Eats’ Book

For more than eight years, WFIU-FM has provided locally sourced food ideas via its weekly Earth Eats radio show. A cookbook written by the program’s former host, Annie Corrigan, along with program contributor Chef Daniel Orr, allows foodies to keep Earth Eats at their fingertips.

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