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As the weather cools, the holiday season heats up. Instead of buying handmade gifts online, Bloomington Handmade Market offers hundreds of choices of handmade gifts all in one place.
Bloomington is known for cycling, from the casual bike riders around town to the Little 500.
The Culver’s Bloomington location opening has been a long time coming, and people were eager for it. At noon Nov. 5, the line inside was about 20 people long and the line of cars almost spilt onto the street from the drive thru.
To encourage more people to vote, Lyft, Uber and Lime are offering promotions Nov. 6 to help get voters to the polls.
Inside what looks like a witch's cottage on wheels is a mobile bakery.
Before Pace bikes arrived in June, the City of Bloomington and IU spent months deliberating on a partnership.
Bloomington and Columbus, Indiana, have entered into a partnership that aims to bring money to both cities to support startups.
A petition to build a 590-bedroom student housing development on the far east side was met with opposition at Wednesday’s city council land use committee meeting from older residents.
Campus Craves, a new student-owned ice cream and late-night snack shop, is bringing flavors like “This $&@! Just Got Serious” and “Munchie Madness” to Bloomington.
The Union Market opened in the Indiana Memorial Union on Oct. 10. It offers snacks, local artwork, IU gear and locally made foods to students and IU visitors alike.
An 8-foot, monstrous figure lurches toward a crowd of strangers, ready to give them a surprise. In the creature’s outstretched metal arm is a single item, one that provokes many questions but answers few of them: a business card.
This is Fowler Pumpkin Patch's ninth year serving as the only pumpkin patch for Bloomington families and IU students.
From the blaring pop music to the fact that it connects to the restaurant next door, T-Swirl Crepe is anything but what comes to mind when you think of crepes. The crepes aren’t French. They’re Japanese.
Evil dolls, killer clowns and ghosts sound like the stuff of nightmares. That’s exactly what Campus Costume wanted with their new haunted attraction,“Nightmare Asylum.”
A place full of history — that is how owner Frank Meadows describes the recently closed Crosstown Barber Shop.
It’s the moment we've all been waiting for. The return we’ve longed for. Vine is back. Or is it?
Oat milk is a alternative milk option gaining popularity with coffee lovers and baristas everywhere because it steams almost like real milk. However, its popularity is making it hard to find.
The retail area on 10th Street, currently known as Crosstown Shopping Center, has started being vacated.
Homecoming week means many family, friends and alumni descend on Bloomington. This is a big weekend for football and tailgating, but it is also an important weekend for some of Bloomington’s most iconic restaurants and stores. Here’s how homecoming week affects them and what they do to prepare.
Bloomington has more than 10 Mexican restaurants. Students and residents have more than enough options, making competition to attract customers intense.