Monday Rundown: Bloomington residents buy carryout alcohol on Sunday for the first time, Dick’s Sporting Goods increases gun sales restrictions, IUWP goes 3-1 in Indiana Classic, 'Machinal' portrays the institutional crushing of the free spirit

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Bloomington residents purchase carryout alcohol on Sunday for the first time 

Bottles of alcohol fill a cart inside a Bloomington grocery store. After Gov. Eric Holcomb signed Senate Bill 1 into law Feb. 28, Sunday carryout alcohol sales officially became legal in Indiana. Sofia Hay Buy Photos

In stores across Bloomington on Sunday, residents stopped in the liquor aisle to purchase bottles of rosé or craft beer — even if they didn’t need anything. Read more here.

Dick’s Sporting Goods increases gun sales restrictions

The gun department in a Dick's Sporting Goods store in Arlington, Virginia displays a variety of rifles. Dick's has announced new restrictions on gun sales. Tribune News Service Buy Photos

One Dicks's Sporting Goods customer said if you can join the military at 18, you should be able to buy whatever weapon you choose. Read more here.

Hoosiers post 3-1 mark in Indiana Classic

Attacker Sarah Myers throws the ball to a teammate against Marist College on March 4. The Hoosiers won 10-3 at the Councilman Billingsley Aquatics Center. Matt Begala Buy Photos

After a tough opening loss to Hartwick, water polo finished the weekend strong with three straight wins and Sarah Myers scored her 100th career goal. Read more here.

'Machinal' portrays the institutional crushing of the free spirit

Nathaniel Kohlmeier, Caleb Curtis, Conner Starks and Reid Henry perform in "Machinal" at the Wells-Metz Theatre. The show is based on the true story of the first woman to be electrocuted in the electric chair. Courtesy Photo Buy Photos

IU Theatre’s “Machinal” followed a woman through a regretful marriage and a soul-crushing, male-dominated workplace when it ran from Feb. 23 to March 3. Read more here.

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