Friday Rundown: Sunday alcohol sales bill, Oppression via hair, IUWBB closes regular season, African American Dance Company to perform

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Indiana Senate passes Sunday alcohol sales bill, governor plans to sign

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Hoosiers will be able to celebrate on Sunday with the carryout alcohol purchase of their choice starting soon if Gov. Holcomb signs a new bill into law. Read more here.

'Hair Politics' fosters open dialogue about oppression via hair

Students ask questions of dermatologist Dr. Sonya Johnson about how to take care of their skin and hair and what products work best for their skin type. Students and faculty attended the event titled "Hair Politics: Ode to the Black Barber/Beauty Shops and the Dialogue they Foster," which took place Thursday, Feb. 22, at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center.  Ty Vinson Buy Photos

Local Bloomington barbers and hairstylists talk about the importance of their shops for the black community. Read more here.

IU prepares for final regular season game

Seniors Amanda Cahill and Tyra Buss celebrate after Buss made a 2-pointer against Nebraska. IU celebrated senior day Feb. 17 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. The Hoosiers will play Iowa in Iowa City on Saturday. Ty Vinson Buy Photos

After winning its last eight games, the IU women’s basketball team will close regular season play Saturday. Read more here.

African American Dance Company to perform at public library

African American Dance Company's former director Iris Rosa's A221 class performs during the ADC Studio Concert in 2012 in the Willkie Auditorium. They will perform a concert as a part of Black History Month this Sunday at 4 p.m. in the Monroe County Public Library.  IDS file photo Buy Photos

The African American Dance Company will meld culture with dance for a performance Sunday. Read more here.

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