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From 4 p.m. to close, 20 percent of the tab at Lennie’s restaurant will
go to the Friends of the Library program that funds many of the
resources Monroe County Public Library provides.
Thomas Simmons, associate director of the IMU, said the white Baldwin in
Starbucks and several other pianos scattered throughout the IMU were
acquired around 1960.
Megan Van Pelt's video won the “YouTube Video Sensation Contest,” as selected by the
Indiana Student Education Association and the Indiana Association of
Colleges for Teacher Education.
After performing at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater last year, IU’s InMotion
Dance Company will return to the stage for a second time.
After publishing several of his short stories and novels, author Thomas
Black said he now intends to build a readership through his latest novel
“Death Mode,” set on the IU campus.
BHSS group Students Advocating for a Greener Environment, also known
as S.A.G.E., has been collecting used prom wear in the name of
Jared Thompson, owner of The Comedy Attic, says using the term “unique”
is commonly used superficially. Yet, he said unique is truly the only
word that can describe the comedian.
Saberi is another street vendor who’s found a profession in utilizing the Bloomington bar scene as an income.
Every year, the Bloomington Playwrights Project puts on a production
called the “Blizzard,” where a crew of six actors attempt to perform 30
short plays in 60 minutes.
Presented by Different Drummer Belly Dancers and Iron Kitten Productions, 18 acts performed during the seventh annual Bloomington Belly Dances.
Dark Side Tribal, a Bloomington American tribal-style dance troupe,
started the seventh annual Bloomington Belly Dances with tireless hip
shaking and intricate footwork.
The Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District puts on Atrium
Exhibitions throughout the calendar year. Each month, a different artist is featured in
galleries in the City Hall Atrium.
Vintage Phoenix Comic Books in downtown Bloomington offers multiple varieties of comic book series.
Started in February by local folk-bluegrass duo Wildflower Union, the open-mic nights are at the bakery at 8 p.m. every Tuesday
The City of Bloomington’s arts commission presented a free workshop
at City Hall Thursday night called “A Public Art Primer for Artists,”
where two experienced artists explained the importance of public art
Participants and guest performers alike will gather from 5-7 p.m. Monday
for the upcoming Spanish and Portuguese Song Festival at the
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center.
Max’s Place hosts Comic’s Night every Tuesday. The evening offers
short sets of stand-up comedy featuring local up-and-coming comedians.
Suicide awareness and prevention will be the primary topics addressed during this year’s MOSAIC Film Festival.
IU Theatre’s final production of the 2012-13 season “Sunday at the Park
with George” will begin its run this Friday at the Ruth N. Halls
“Lights, Glamour, Fashion” was the Retail Studies Organization’s spring fashion show, one in many from their annual tradition.