As a self-proclaimed pop culture enthusiast, I spend a lot of time listening to music, reading, watching TV and consuming all the information I can about my favorite celebrities. And, in my consumption of media, I’ve come to idolize more than a few famous people. If an artist makes good music, is charismatic and offers some sort of relatability in their work, I’m hooked.
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I didn’t seriously think about skincare until I entered high school. Sure, I washed and moisturized my skin with drugstore brands like Cetaphil and CeraVe, but by no means did I adopt a regimen of toners and serums until much later. Given my adolescent self’s lack of knowledge on skincare and beauty, it’s absolutely wild to see how intense and thorough the skincare and makeup routines of kids are today.
The January weather brings dreary skies, naked trees and sullen raindrops into view. It’s a somber sight and keeps me hibernating indoors, waiting out the cold of winter. For some reason, this time inside spent drinking green tea and scrolling through social media under a mound of blankets pushes me to reflect on the past.
I’ve been with my partner for over five years, and about four of those have been spent living a plane ride away from each other.
Nature has always been a grounding force for me. Walking, hiking and spending time outside helps me escape the never-ending cycle of work and socialization that keeps my brain in a constant state of hyperactivity. Only in nature can I truly let everything go.
The IU Auditorium will bring a series of high-energy, eclectic and beloved productions to Bloomington this semester. With a full slate of musical acts, the fall season will feature performances from Step Afrika!, Patti LuPone and more.
Singer-songwriter Andrew Hozier-Byrne’s third studio album is a profound and poetic display of human emotion. Taking inspiration from literature, mythology and religion, “Unreal Unearth” is a soulful and romantic behemoth of reflection on love, faith and humanity.
The By Hand Gallery is currently displaying its “Rites of Spring” art exhibit until May 27. A reception for the exhibit will take place from 5-8 p.m. on May 5 at the gallery inside Suite 109 at Fountain Square Mall.
Bloomington’s Waldron Arts Center is now displaying artwork from IU’s Studio Art program BA thesis exhibition. The “How Many Artists Does It Take to Title an Exhibition?” show opened in April and will run until May 5.
Rewind Records will host a grand opening at its new retail location on May 27 in Suite 105 at Fountain Square Mall in downtown Bloomington. The event will also celebrate the same-day release of a new record from Bloomington songwriter Jyra.
Comedian David Cross will perform at 8 p.m. May 19 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater on his “Worst Daddy in The World Tour.” The 18+ show will feature special guest Sean Patton as the opening act.
The 10th annual Limestone Comedy Festival will be held from June 1-3 in downtown Bloomington. The festival is a three-day long comedy event featuring performances from stand-up comedians and podcasters.
This April brings an exciting few performances and events from the Jacobs School of Music Latin American Music Center. Ranging from ensemble concerts to lectures, each event aims to celebrate Latin American culture.
IU Theatre’s production of “Something Rotten!” will premiere at 7:30 p.m. on April 14 at the Ruth N. Halls Theatre. The musical comedy, full of fantastical wordplay and Broadway references, will run until April 22.
Six different IU comedy groups will perform at Funny 501, a free comedy festival, at 7 p.m. April 7-8 at Ballantine Hall in room 013.
Constellation Stage & Screen will present a play, musical and two films this spring.
“Home Bound,” an independent art exhibit, will open on March 30 at the IU Sciences Library. The exhibit will feature artwork by IU students and alumni, whose work aims to visualize ideas of home that transcend physical boundaries.
Singer-songwriter Hozier explores the morality of sin and indulgence through poetic storytelling on “Eat Your Young.” Released on March 17, the illustrious EP alludes to classic literature through a brilliant blend of pop, folk and soul.
Bloomington’s annual Trashion Refashion Runway Show features a series of fashion pieces made out of materials destined for the landfill. The 2023 show will take place on April 16 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
SPOILER ALERT: This column contains potential spoilers about the play “Deathtrap.”