Time-travel backward to the 1970’s, where people in psychotropic outfits filled the streets, Stevie Nicks blasted out of windows and the coronavirus was unheard of.
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Hidden within the trees on the outskirts of Bloomington, the drive-in theater celebrated the first day of its 65th season on May 22 with a double feature of “Trolls: World Tour” and “Dolittle.”
IU’s attendance for two major sports, men’s basketball and football, has declined in the last decade.
Indie music lovers stood in the warm, buttery light as they watched Whitney start their dreamy set with the breakup song “Polly” in the stage room of The Bluebird bar on Monday night.
The Kiwanis Indiana Balloon Festival took place this weekend for the seventh year in a row at the Monroe County Fairgrounds.
The Student Involvement Fair took place Thursday afternoon in Dunn Meadow. The fair gave IU students an opportunity to learn about nearly 750 registered student organizations and clubs.
Homes, barns, sheds and yards were damaged in the storm.
Indy Pride, the annual event celebrating the LGBTQ community of Indianapolis and beyond, took place June 8 in a sea of glitter and decorative fans. The notes of “I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor could be heard blocks away from the parade down Massachusetts Avenue. Rainbow flags decorated windows and entryways of shops. At the end of the day, Lizzo performed in Military Park, the venue for the post-parade festival. She discussed topics such as being an ally and promoting body awareness and self-love. The phrase “Happy Pride” echoed amongst attendees of Indy Pride for the entire day.
Beanblossom Bottoms Nature Preserve reopened a section of the preserve with a newly designed boardwalk. The preserve is a wetland that contains endangered species such as Indiana bats and rare orchids. Led by Chris Fox, Sycamore Land Trust's land stewardship manager, a team of workers and volunteers worked to build a new boardwalk.
The 2019 Little 500 season ended with Teter Cycling winning the women's race and Cutters winning the men's race for the second year in a row.
The Cutters won the 69th running of the men’s Little 500. It was the team’s second title in a row and its 14th overall, the most in Little 500 history. Editors note: Noble Guyon, Victor Grössling and Emily Abshire have worked for the Indiana Daily Student.
The Fem' & Funky Benefit Show featured local bands such as Rosegirl.