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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.
To Lucy Fischman, Kilroy’s on Kirkwood is a public nuisance.
Senior Mackenzie Shimokaji welcomed all french fry lovers on a french fry crawl through Bloomington on Wednesday. Shimokaji, who resolved to eat french fries every day for a year as a New Year's resolution, planned the 1st Annual FRENCHship Fry Crawl. The crawl started at Kilroy’s on Kirkwood and moved to Nick’s English Hut, The Tap, Brothers Bar and Scotty’s Brewhouse.
New beer releases will hit Upland Brewing Company shelves this March for its 20th anniversary. The beer line, titled Life Exotic, includes a new citrus blend.
Bloomington-based Cook Medical won a lawsuit which alleged negligence for issuing defective blood clot filters March 9.
Jamie Sciscoe has lost track of how many hours she’s worked this week.
Floriography, the practice of sending coded messages through flowers, enjoyed popularity in England during the Victorian era and the United States during the 19th century. Through flowers, lovers could send messages to their sweethearts they couldn't say aloud.
Whether it’s vintage greeting cards or heart-shaped pizzas, Bloomington businesses are gearing up for Valentine’s Day.
Water hazards can frustrate many golfers but for Mark Schmitt, they created a business opportunity.
The food and beverage tax passed by the Monroe County City Council on Dec. 13, 2017 will not apply to food courts or stores on the IU campus for current students.
If you’re in need of IU gear for your next tailgate, football game or homecoming, Bloomington has plenty of options. Every apparel shop offers something a little different, so where should you shop?
The Indiana Senate passed a bill Monday that would allow carryout alcohol sales on Sundays.
Indianapolis is a finalist for Amazon's second North America Headquarters, known as Amazon HQ2.