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9 Thursday / February 9, 2017

BTCC Quarterly Community Gathering

10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Bloomington City Hall Council Chambers

BTCC and ACHIEVE will be hosting an opportunity for the community to learn more about and share feedback on the City’s Comprehensive Master Plan (https://bloomington.in.gov/cmp). We will critically examine the ways in which these goals and policies could affect individuals and our community as a whole. We will be joined by someone from the City’s Planning Department, providing a chance to pose questions and concerns directly.

Civic Affairs

9 Thursday / February 9, 2017

Meet the Author: Carl Ipsen

05:00 pm
College Arts and Humanities Institute - 1211 East Atwater Avenue

Professor of History and Director of Collins Living-Learning Center at IUB, Ipsen will speak about his recent book, “Fumo: Italy’s Love Affair with the Cigarette” (Stanford University Press, 2016). Drawing on film, literature, and the popular press, “Fumo” offers a view of the “cigarette century” in Italy, from the 1870s to the ban on public smoking in 2005. The book traces important links between smoking and imperialism, world wars, Fascism, the protest movements of the 1970s, women, and Italian attitudes about risk.


9 Thursday / February 9, 2017

The Duchess of Malfi

07:30 pm
Wells-Metz Theatre

By John Webster
Directed by Katie Horwitz
3rd Year M.F.A. Directing candidate .

One of the greatest tragedies of English renaissance drama comes to life in an updated version by the director who brought us last season’s brilliant reimagining of Jean Anouilh’s Antigone. The tragic heroine is a widow whose corrupt brothers intend to prevent her from remarrying. But her intentions are clear:
“If all my royal kindred/
Lay in my way unto this marriage,/
I’d make them my low foot-steps.”

Performance dates:
February 3, 4, 7-10, 2017 @ 7:30 p.m.
February 11 @ 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.


9 Thursday / February 9, 2017

Dietrich Jon & IMUNURI at The Back Door

09:00 pm to 01:00 am on Feb 10
The Back Door

Band Night at The Back Door, featuring Dietrich Jon & IMUNURI.

“There’s a pretty great 1970s pop/rock vibe running rampant throughout the course of Higher. But the players in Dietrich Jon temper that stylized sound with a spontaneity that belies the practiced musicianship that lies beneath. ” – Indie-Music.com

“IMUNURI is funky indie rock with plenty of energy… unpretentious, feel good music” – No More Division

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