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New Cardinal Initiative Works to Increase Diversity of Plays

In an ongoing effort to be more inclusive, welcoming, and representative of the Bloomington community, Cardinal Stage has introduced the Diversity and Inclusion Initiative. The program is part of Cardinal’s five-year plan that was established in 2018.

Facts About the 2020 Census: Be Counted. It’s Important!

Mandated by the Constitution and conducted every 10 years since 1790, the census helps determine political districts at the federal, state, and local levels, and is used to distribute federal dollars for roads, schools, hospitals, and other public resources.

One World Catering: The Focus Is on Fresh

Chef Corbin Morwick was honing his culinary craft in Boston when One World Catering owners Jeff Mease and Lennie Busch hired him as their first and only executive chef 11 years ago.

Stride Coalition to Open Crisis Diversion Center

Working behind the scenes for two years, a group with more than 40 public, private, and nonprofit organizations represented has been quietly mapping out the community resources available for those with substance abuse disorders, working to identify service gaps, and looking for solutions to the problems faced by people in crisis.

Hospice Offers Compassionate End of Life Care for Patients & Families

In the summer of 2018, nurses at the IU Health Bloomington Hospital Hospice House rolled a patient outside in his hospital bed. A horse that had been a part of his family for years awaited him, brought to the facility in a trailer. Nurses put feed in the patient’s hand, allowing the horse and his dying owner to connect one final time.

Doug Bauder: LGBTQ+ Educator

Following his retirement at the end of 2019, Doug Bauder, founding director of the Indiana University LGBTQ+ Culture Center, is ready to start work on a book reflecting on that experience.

Wedding Guide

14th Annual Wedding Guide

If you’re planning a wedding and looking for ideas, our behind-the-scenes peek at the nuptials of these four couples offers plenty of inspiration.

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New Cardinal Initiative Works to Increase Diversity of Plays

In an ongoing effort to be more inclusive, welcoming, and representative of the Bloomington community, Cardinal Stage has introduced the Diversity and Inclusion Initiative. The program is part of Cardinal’s five-year plan that was established in 2018.

Year of the Women (COVER STORY)

The Indiana University women's basketball team is talented, hardworking, selfless, gritty, fun-loving, and WINNING.

One World Catering: The Focus Is on Fresh

Chef Corbin Morwick was honing his culinary craft in Boston when One World Catering owners Jeff Mease and Lennie Busch hired him as their first and only executive chef 11 years ago.

Hospice Offers Compassionate End of Life Care for Patients & Families

In the summer of 2018, nurses at the IU Health Bloomington Hospital Hospice House rolled a patient outside in his hospital bed. A horse that had been a part of his family for years awaited him, brought to the facility in a trailer. Nurses put feed in the patient’s hand, allowing the horse and his dying owner to connect one final time.

Cardinal Stage Cancels Rest of 2019-20 Season

Bloomington professional theater organization Cardinal Stage announced today that it is canceling the remainder of its 2019–20 season as a result of the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic.

Wedding Guide

14th Annual Wedding Guide

If you’re planning a wedding and looking for ideas, our behind-the-scenes peek at the nuptials of these four couples offers plenty of inspiration.

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