Editor’s Note: This story was written June 24, 2020. The early morning of the writer’s brother's funeral.
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The Bloomington Urban Enterprise Association and the Bloomington Arts Commission are looking for applicants for a second round of funding to cultivate cultural experiences and advance the arts in Bloomington, according to a release.
Bloomington and the Bloomington Arts Commission are requesting public art proposals from artists until 5 p.m. July 8, according to a release. The new artwork will be located near downtown Bloomington at the Trades District Garage.
The Comedy Attic is set to reopen June 24, according to a Facebook post by owner Jared Thompson. The club’s opening night will be the 12th annual Bloomington Comedy Festival.
Due to COVID-19 the traditional celebration was canceled, according to a release, and replaced with a week-long “Taste To-Go” event from June 20 to June 26. Taste of Bloomington is an annual one-day festival in June celebrating local food, drink and music. Typically, the festival draws thousands downtown to eat from some of Bloomington’s most popular restaurants, drink and socialize.
IU Health hospitals put temporary visitor restrictions into place to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in March. According to a release, starting June 15, these restrictions will loosen even though the number of Indiana residents diagnosed with coronavirus continues to increase.
To help fight racial injustices, the university has created the Racial Justice Research Fund to support IU faculty on all campuses conduct racial justice-related research, according to a release.
Starting in March 2021, IU will no longer offer online storage through Box. The university has begun the migration of all files from Box to Microsoft OneDrive or Google Drive.
To further IU’s Language Training Center program, The U.S. Department of Defense awarded $1.26 million the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, according to a recent release.
Hoosier Hills Food Bank is distributing free produce, meat and dairy each Friday in June starting June 5, according to a release.
A man who allegedly stole a car from the woman driving it around 12:45 p.m. today around Sixth Street and Indiana Avenue near campus has not yet been found, according to a crime notice from IU Police Department.
After over 48 years of business, Pygmalion’s Art Supplies is permanently closing June 30, according to an Instagram post from the business.
A new live-streamed series, IU Theatre Thursdays, began May 28 and will end Aug. 6, according to a recent release. The IU Department of Theatre, Drama and Contemporary Dance is presenting the production, and it will be livestreamed on YouTube and Facebook.
IU and Vice Provost Lauren Robel released more information in emails Friday about what fall semester will look like for students, staff and faculty on the IU Bloomington campus.
Duke Energy Indiana is warning customers about receiving scam phone calls. Since the company announced it isn't disconnecting power due to nonpayment because of the pandemic, the company has seen an increase in reports of phone scams.
The Big Ten Network Big 10K, an annual event where runners support their favorite Big Ten university and raise money for charity, will be virtual, according to a release.
A cappella group Straight No Chaser will be performing a Facebook live event presented by the IU Auditorium at 8 p.m. EST on May 28. The event will feature several of the group’s members, Randy Stine, Steve Morgan, Tyler Trepp and Seggie Isho speaking with fans about the group’s formation, their careers and answering questions.
Bloomington’s annual Lotus World Music and Arts Festival will be online for the first time since it began in 1994, according to a video and statement posted on its website.
Two IU faculty members won National Scientific Achievement Awards in early May.
Bloomington Transit will begin a new schedule June 1 due to summer breaks, according to a release.