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Editor’s Message: “The Bloomington Bubble”

Up Front

The Big Picture: “Charlie Bird Dead at 41”

Jeremiah Young: Plant Man

Liliana Guzmán: Artist

Lauren McCalister: Food Justice Advocate

Currently on Display in the Indiana Memorial Union

The Blockhouse Bar: Where Everything Goes!

Constellation Presents ‘Matilda the Musical’

Charles Hollis Jones: B-towner Who Made It Big

Chance Allen and Bloomington’s Underground Hardcore Music Scene

‘Silent Theater’ Musical Work Inspired by a Local Hate Crime

Bastion Rose: A Hard Rock Band on the Rise

B-town Podcast Tells Backstory of Classic ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’

Local Team Produces Film About World of Blind Baseball

The Great Bloomington Paint Out!

Food Gifts for Food Lovers (a.k.a. everyone on your nice list)

Beware Experts Who Tell You What to Taste (Bloomington & Vine)

Chef’s Table: Family Restaurant On Bloomington’s West Side

What Could Be Better Than a Gift of Beer (Tapped Into Bloomington)

Polo Ralph Lauren: Back in Bloomington

By Hand Gallery: Artwork for Gifts

These Are a Few of My Favorite Things (Autism & Disability Journal)

Hoosier Hills Career Center Readies Students for Employment

How You Can Help Track Local Light Pollution (And Capture Streakers!) (Citizen Scientist)

One-Fourth of All MCCSC Buses Are Now Powered by Electricity

Down Syndrome Family Connection Changing “Hearts & Minds” About Disability

Brighten B-Town Keeping Downtown Beautiful

In Government, Who Cares About What? For the Answers, Follow the Money (Dave Askins at City Hall)

Cook Group Helping to Revitalize Depressed Indianapolis Community

IU Investing $111 Million In National Defense Research

Bloomington’s Declining Tree Population: What can be done?

In Post-Pandemic B-Town New Businesses Abound

Those Were the Days…

Dining Guide