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The Oscar Shorts Film Festival will continue this weekend, Feb. 22-24, at various locations around Bloomington.
Attendees can make their own rings at a copper electroforming jewelry workshop this week.
The IU Libraries will be bringing “One Book, One Campus, One Community: Mexico Remixed Edition” to Herman B Wells Library at 6 p.m. Feb. 27.
The 1958 Alfred Hitchcock-directed classic suspense thriller, “Vertigo,” will be screened at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
The Bloomington Animal Shelter celebrated World Animal Reiki Day Tuesday evening by inviting animal reiki teacher Kat Forgacs and some of her students to practice reiki meditations on animals staying at the shelter.
One girl will get to live out her fairy-tale dreams and wear a ball gown and crown fit for a princess this weekend.
Knit Night is a workshop for knitters and crocheters to bring their projects and practice their craft Friday nights at the Bloomington Stitchery.
The 17th annual Bloomington Pride film festival begins at 7 p.m. Feb. 1 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
SexFest, a series of on-campus educational programs on sex and sexuality, begins next week for the fourth year in a row.
Los Angeles fashion director Cameron Silver will talk at 7 p.m. Feb. 5 at Whittenberger Auditorium about his best-selling book “Decades: A Century of Fashion” and will cover the history of 20th century fashion.
Women shopped, decorated cards and took part in personal photo shoots Monday night at Cactus Flower's Vintage Valentine’s Day event.
Several Bloomington businesses will be home to chocolate-related events starting Friday, Feb. 1 to celebrate the Week of Chocolate.
The Bloomington Music Expo will be at the Monroe Convention Center on Feb. 9. Tickets cost $5, with gate revenue benefiting MidWay Music Speaks. Students with ID get in free.
IU-owned PBS television station WTIU will be turning 50 years old in 2019.
Artists and writers will showcase their work at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Monroe County Public Library for Zine Day, an event celebrating Bloomington’s independent magazines.
Until Dec. 7, visitors of the Grunwald Gallery can see most of the art by graduating students in the School of Art, Architecture + Design. One piece, senior Eric Suh’s “A Ghost Memory,” asks visitors to do more than that.
Ninety-six years ago, on Dec. 11, 1922, the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, then the Indiana Theater, opened its doors to the public.
The sound of chains hitting the concrete, screams from children and adults and growls from Krampus beasts could be heard through the streets of Bloomington on Saturday evening.
A little girl’s dream comes to life in the IU Ballet’s 55th annual production of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker."
Sara Driver is a filmmaker who tells her stories in ways that many people believe to be new and different. She said her movies often reference folk tales and mythology from other parts of the world and balance the rigidity of a normal storyline with the flow of poetry and art.