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REVIEW: ‘Kitchen Think’

Like Nancy Hiller's well-crafted cabinetry, her newest book, 'Kitchen Think' (Lost Art Press), is both useful and beautiful.

David Howard: Renaissance Man on the Move

To use a juggling metaphor, David Howard is a guy who keeps a lot of plates spinning. His latest project is Alley Works, a new apartment building with a restaurant complex at the former Yellow Cab site on 6th Street, west of the downtown Square.

PopKorn! New Store South of the Square

Now located at 122 S. College, PopKorn! Kernels with a Twist offers over 30 sweet and savory popcorn varieties flavored with real foods like cheeses, peppers, nuts, and banana chips.

Find Inspiration and Spread Love with The Muse Project

Like the ancient goddesses for which it is named, The Muse Project offers inspiration to those who heed its words. The project’s founder, Jodi Pope Johnson, says today, more than ever, she feels there is a need to share messages of hope and healing.

October/November 2020

Editor’s Message: The Moment of Truth The most important election of our lifetimes will soon be taking place. Many of you have probably already voted by mail or plan to vote early in person in the coming days. Then, on...

Ivy Tech Offers Free Tuition For High-Demand Workers

A year ago, in February 2019, Tammy Wright turned 51 and got laid off from her job. That was when she decided the only way to improve her life was to finally finish high school and get further job training.

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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  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Business & Finance
  • Community
  • Fashion & Shopping
  • Features
  • Food & Drink
  • Health & Fitness
  • Home & Family
  • Our Town
  • Web Exclusives

REVIEW: ‘Kitchen Think’

Like Nancy Hiller's well-crafted cabinetry, her newest book, 'Kitchen Think' (Lost Art Press), is both useful and beautiful.

David Howard: Renaissance Man on the Move

To use a juggling metaphor, David Howard is a guy who keeps a lot of plates spinning. His latest project is Alley Works, a new apartment building with a restaurant complex at the former Yellow Cab site on 6th Street, west of the downtown Square.

VOTE—What’s At Stake: The Economy

Remember that we all share many more values than we have differences. When we vote, we won’t be doing it for our candidate, we will be doing it in no small part for our beloved Bloomington.

PopKorn! New Store South of the Square

Now located at 122 S. College, PopKorn! Kernels with a Twist offers over 30 sweet and savory popcorn varieties flavored with real foods like cheeses, peppers, nuts, and banana chips.

Find Inspiration and Spread Love with The Muse Project

Like the ancient goddesses for which it is named, The Muse Project offers inspiration to those who heed its words. The project’s founder, Jodi Pope Johnson, says today, more than ever, she feels there is a need to share messages of hope and healing.

October/November 2020

Editor’s Message: The Moment of Truth The most important election of our lifetimes will soon be taking place. Many of you have probably already voted by mail or plan to vote early in person in the coming days. Then, on...

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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An Important Message from Bloom Magazine

For the past 14 years, we have been publishing Bloom, a free, bimonthly cultural and lifestyle magazine serving Bloomington, Indiana, and surrounding communities. We have four missions: to support local businesses, local charities, local arts, and diversity. We are an integral part of the fabric of this community.

Like so many small businesses (4 employees), we are facing huge challenges in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope to be able to continue producing the magazine and our website, magbloom.com, but we need your help.

Please consider donating to our GoFundMe drive using the link below. Thank you!