Shopping Local with Kaye: Bloomington Sidewalk Sale

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One day, as I was absently scrolling through my Facebook feed, I saw three words that made my mouse stop dead on its track pad: Bloomington Sidewalk Sale. I immediately clicked on the event and added it to my calendar. And did a little dance in my office chair. So, here is a rundown of my first Bloomington Sidewalk Sale experience. Be ready next year, shoppers! This event, organized by the new Bloomington Fashion Collective, was amazing! First off, I was handed a brochure that mapped out all the locations participating in the Sidewalk Sale. This was super helpful — I planned my route and shopped along until I got rained out. 1) AZ Vintage TONS of clothing and a few [...]

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Veterans Supply Skill and Heart for Nashville Public Sculpture

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BY BILL WEAVER A century after artists T.C. Steele and Adolph Shulz first walked the Brown County hills in search of primal landscapes, the town of Nashville has created an Arts and Entertainment District to promote the art colony they inspired, and that continues to thrive. They’ve commissioned a large steel sculpture to be placed at the center of town, near the Visitors Center at West Main and North Van Buren streets. “The idea of the sculpture is to serve as the gateway to the Nashville Arts and Entertainment District,” says Tom Tuley, chairman of the Nashville Arts and Entertainment Commission. With the help of Three Sixty Group, a public relations company in Indianapolis, a design for the 15-foot structure [...]

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