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Restaurants and bakeries in Bloomington are celebrating Valentine’s Day by offering heart-shaped foods. Whether you split the food with a loved one or eat it by yourself, you can enjoy both savory and sweet options. Here are a few heart-shaped foods you can enjoy Feb. 14:
Valentine’s Day may be overrated, but chocolate is not.
A new chef is in town at IU Health Bloomington Hospital. She works 24 hours a day and can make variations of one dish: salad.
A 3-month-old chestnut brown mixed hound named Eleanor tugged at her owner’s leash, leaping energetically toward Switchyard Brewing Company’s co-founder and co-owner Jeff Hall. He laughed to himself.
Lit by the glow of the drive-thru sign, a line of tents circled Joella’s Hot Chicken in the January cold.
It’s late. The snowstorm passed, the roads are clear and you’re craving dessert. Is ice cream a good option?
Local restaurant the Trojan Horse lives in a historic building from the 1850s, and right now, it's being renovated.
A local record shop moved from one side of the courthouse to the other over winter break.
In 2019, numerous local restaurants are opening, closing and making business changes in Bloomington. Last year, several new restaurants came to town, including Social Cantina and Culver’s.
Two months after it served the biggest crowd in Culver’s 694-location history, the Bloomington Culver's had its ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday.
Just as quickly as they flocked to campus in the fall, Bird scooters are migrating away from Bloomington for the winter.
A 20-year-old Kelley School of Business graduate is opening a fruit and smoothie bowl restaurant, Rush Bowls, in February across from Memorial Stadium.
Conner Syrek is an IU student who owns a bar, but he isn’t even old enough to go into it.
“They come to Bloomington, they go to the local shop owners and speak with them, they visit the University, the restaurants and they really learn what is popular in Bloomington pays homage to coach Bob Knight and art from the movie "Hoosiers" displayed behind the front desk.
The Five Guys on Kirkwood Avenue will have its grand opening at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday mark the beginning of the holiday season in the United States, with shoppers spending in 2017 an estimated $717.5 billion.
But the holidays’ younger sibling, Giving Tuesday, marks the beginning of the charitable season, according to the movement’s website. On the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, participants donate money to charitable causes.
Kirkwood Avenue will be getting a little slice of New York in March.
When shopping or dining in Bloomington, it is not unusual to see an item from another local shop for sale. Many Bloomington businesses partner with one another to create a small business community.
As the weather cools, holiday shopping heats up. Businesses are preparing for the rush of holiday shoppers who will descend upon the stores soon with Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and other holiday events.
Though Thanksgiving hasn’t happened yet, it’s already time to start thinking about buying holiday gifts.