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Fans and the music industry as a whole should stop setting expectations for Tyler, the Creator because he always seems to defy them.
The student film festival “Montage: A Celebration of Moving Pictures” will start at 7 p.m. Saturday at the IU Cinema.
WIUX announced last night that its annual music festival Culture Shock has been moved inside the Indiana Memorial Union due to anticipated rain tomorrow.
Upland Brewing Company’s Wood Shop Brewery is inviting Bloomington residents to recycle unused bottles at 6 p.m. Thursday by turning them into miniature gardens.
Bloomington Police Department officers were flagged down around 4 p.m. Monday by a man on South Muller Parkway saying he had been held hostage and beaten up by four people earlier that day.
IU alumna and classical pianist Jeeyoon Kim will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday at United Presbyterian Church, promoting her second album, "Over. Above. Beyond."
Professional painter Don Geyra will lead a painting demonstration at 5:30 p.m. April 5 at Flowing Colors Studio.
IU jazz piano professor Luke Gillespie will be performing music from his new CD “Moving Mists” at 5:30 p.m. March 28 at Bear’s Place.
I was so excited to see “Us.”
Two Jacobs School of Music faculty members will play at 8 p.m. March 19 in Auer Hall alongside students in an opera concert.
National Public Radio is now accepting entries for its fifth Tiny Desk Contest, which gives undiscovered, unsigned artists an opportunity to play in its Tiny Desk concert series. The contest, which began taking applications March 12, is open to any artist 18 or older. Previously, NPR has only accepted submissions from artists 21 years or older but has lowered the age limit in hopes more college students may participate, NPR Tiny Desk intern Clara Maurer said in a press release.
Upland Brewing Company has announced that its Secret Barrel Society membership program will be free to join in 2019.
IU alumna and local jazz vocalist Rachel Caswell will perform at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 28 at Bear’s Place, with backing from a quintet that includes an IU student and professors.
An IU librarian and an archivist will hold a listening session and discussion to compare the music of pianists Hoagy Carmichael and Phil Moore at noon Feb. 27 at the Archives of Traditional Music.
Widely regarded as one of the worst movies of all time, “The Room” will be screened at 7 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
Undergraduate students who have completed a creative work while on IU’s campus may now submit their work for consideration in the Fine Arts Awards, even if they aren't studying fine arts.
Several Bloomington businesses will be home to chocolate-related events starting Friday, Feb. 1 to celebrate the Week of Chocolate.
Executive producer of the latest Batman movies and IU alumnus Michael Uslan will screen 1989’s “Batman” and 2012’s “The Dark Knight Rises” on campus over the next week.
Upland Brewing announced its 2019 beer lineup Jan. 9, including two new IPAs and a winter seasonal beer to be debuted later in the year.
Once students are no longer living in the dorms and don’t have as much access to dining halls and meal plans, grocery shopping can seem like a daunting task. However, planning ahead and prepping your meals for the week before you grocery shop can go a long way, said Bobbie Saccone, Health and Wellness Nutrition Program manager at the IU Health Center.