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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.
With a name like Awful Cloth for a clothing line, it sounds like the clothes would be, well, awful.
Bird electric scooters recently appeared on IU’s campus, and the company has outsourced their charging to students and Bloomington locals.
A Mediterranean Chipotle — that is how co-owner Hilary Martel explains her new restaurant, Feta Kitchen and Cafe.
Becky Holtzman discovered Reiki in 2013 when someone recommended she take a class on it. After taking this class, Holtzman said she found something she loved.
A Five Guys is being built on Kirkwood Avenue.
Students living in Evolve apartments have dealt with delayed move-ins and unfinished units, and are now being asked to move out.
Straws often end up in landfills or waterways and can hurt sea life. IU and local businesses are taking note and making changes.
Kathy Gutowsky has about 60 compost buckets stacked in the garage of her house past Memorial Stadium and a hundred more stashed in a shed. A couple hundred are stored in Randi Cox's yard.
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.