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Social Cantina stands out on the square with its dark exterior and bright green sign.
Only a sidewalk sign on Kirkwood Avenue points to the alley where Osteria Rago is located.
The dockless scooter-share company Bird has officially landed in Bloomington. Here’s what you should know about the new scooters on the block.
It’s Wednesday, and the kitchen manager of Bloomingfoods Market and Deli's west side location and his assistant are gearing up for the four hours of mayhem that goes into providing a constant flow of food for an average of 500 people.
High schoolers hotbox their moms’ cars with mango-flavored clouds, working up the energy to face the first bell. Discarded flavor pods litter parking lots.
IU students can compete for a $1 million international award by entering the University’s first local contest for the international Hult Prize.
Cassidy Young sat at a table at Yumble, a new Bloomington restaurant. She painted with water colors, an empty bowl across from her. She said this was her first time at Yumble, and she ate the B-Town Bap, a Korean-inspired rice bowl.
A brewery probably doesn’t come to mind when thinking about your favorite place to study, but Switchyard Brewery opens at 8 a.m. and offers coffee, so it might just become your new go-to study spot.
Freshmen Catherine Qing and Rebecca Qin sat outside the converted ATM that is Bapu Teahouse on Aug. 29 on 10th Street. They shared a cold Taro Milk Tea with boba that sweat onto the metal table perched on a curb outside of the shop.
Those late night, early morning, midday Chick-fil-A cravings can really make a dent in your bank account. But what if you didn’t have to pay?
With names such as Ruby and Java C++, confusion can easily occur. South Bend Code School hopes to make coding more accessible with a Bloomington location.
Students can now eat local ethnic cuisine for lunch on IU’s campus with rotating restaurants in the Indiana Memorial Union food court.
Handmade goods from recycled and repurposed materials crowd the small space at 122 N. Walnut St. One wall displays journals handmade by Sri Lankans with pages made from post-consumer paper and elephant poop. A shelf is lined with colorful elephant statues Kenyan artists created from flip-flops.
When someone walks up to the counter at Two Sticks Bakery, he or she can see right into the kitchen where two women are hard at work, baking. One is slicing corn off the cob and the other is measuring cups of flour and dumping them into a large silver mixing bowl.
Students who signed leases for Evolve apartments and CitySide apartments were unable to move in on their promised lease dates. It is uncertain when they will be able to.
A hive is the safe place for a colony of bees. It's where they go to be away from the outside world and where they eat their food. The owner of Bloomington's new Hive restaurant said he hopes it will serve the same purpose for its customers.
A deal bringing together AT&T's distribution system of satellites and cell phones with the selection of TV shows and movies offered by Time Warner has finally been approved by a federal judge after the U.S. Justice Department attempted to stop the deal in court.
Bloomington businesses tend to operate on the same schedule as the University, said Mande Miskewycz, Bloomington Welcomemat Services franchise owner.
Founded in 2006 by Jared Schneider, Baked! of Bloomington makes custom, fresh baked cookies and delivers them to Bloomington residents until 4 a.m. every day. Schneider got the idea for Baked! after he got tired of the late-night delivery market in Bloomington and found that it lacked customizable ways to satisfy his sweet tooth.
Pete Mikolaitis has made it through 17 Little 500 races as the general manager of Nick’s English Hut.