A stack of books is pictured on a windowsill Nov. 5, 2023. Certain books are best enjoyed during the fall season.
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Former Bloomington-native musicians John P. Strohm, left, and Freda Love Smith, right, engage in a Q&A at Morgenstern Books Oct. 28, 2023. They celebrated Smith's memoir and Strohm's latest album release.
Comedian, Ben Wasserman (left), performs a seance with three audience members Oct. 24 at Allen Funeral Home and Crematory. Crowd members were given the chance to speak to loved ones who have passed away.
Audience member, John Vanderzee, sits on comedian Ben Wasserman's lap as he pretends to perform a ventriloquist act on Oct. 24 at Allen Funeral Home and Crematory. The show involved many interactive aspects.
Comedian, Ben Wasserman, gestures to the crowd during an interactive comedy show on Oct. 24 at Allen Funeral Home and Crematory. The show was full of vulnerability and laughter.
Poet Dina Elenbogen (left) answers questions during a Q&A proctored by Writers Guild member Hiromi Yoshida (right) on Oct. 23 at Morgenstern Books. The poet graduated from IU and is currently based in Chicago.
Fourth Street Festival of the Arts and Crafts spanned from Indiana Avenue to Lincoln Street on Sept. 3, 2023. Music was heard from blocks away.
William Steffen's woodworks were presented Sept. 3, 202,3 at Fourth Street Festival of the Arts and Crafts. He said making miniature dressers takes measurements, while making a vase is done by sight.
Photographer Richard Trager from Carmel, Indiana, is seen selling his photography Sept. 3, 2023, at the Fourth Street Fair. Trager has spent his time taking photos of architecture in 33 different countries.
Randy Turner presents his favorite creation, a bowl with many colors, Sept. 3, 2023 at the Fourth Street Fair. He said his chemistry degree helps him during the process of blowing glass with colors.
Joey Cerone performs his act Aug. 31, 2023, at The Comedy Attic. Cerone was the winner of the Bloomington Comedy Festival.
Bloomington metal punk band Perfect 10 performs Dec. 11, 2022, in front of Showalter Fountain. The Bloomington Care Package Concert was organized by local house venues.
Newest member of Bloomington band Street Pennies Nate Cook performs a saxophone solo Dec. 10, 2022, at the Bluebird. The eight band members performed an electric set to an excited crowd.
IU senior and Street Pennies vocalist Ollie Grcich sings a heartfelt melody while her band members sit behind her Dec. 10, 2022, at The Bluebird. The band performed their one year anniversary show at The Bluebird.
Brooklyn, New York, musician Scout Gillett performed with a full band Nov. 16, 2022, at The Orbit Room. Local artist Kay Krull opened the show.
The Matriarch performed their EP, unreleased originals and a cover at Blockhouse Bar Oct. 15, 2022. Nic Siemer and The Croakes opened for the event.
Indie musician Kevin Morby and his band performed Oct. 12, 2022, at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. New York folk artist Cassandra Jenkins opened the show.
The Matriarch performs original songs and covers of female artists Aug. 27, 2022, at an abortion-rights event at the Orbit Room. The event raised almost $900.
SYZYGY performs April 14 at Blockhouse Bar. The band, along with bands The Matriarch and The Croakes, will be performing at 7 p.m. Aug. 27 at the Orbit Room.
Dressed like lawyers, Class Action performs punk rock songs at RealFest on June 25, 2022, in Dunn Meadow. The festival featured different artists that played a variety of musical genres.