The Lilly Library opened an exhibit Tuesday that focuses on the controversy surrounding the screenplay of “Citizen Kane.”
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Media School administrators were made aware Wednesday morning of a misspelling emblazoned on the new bronze sculpture of famed WWII reporter Ernie Pyle.
A local music showcase will take place Friday night at three different venues around Bloomington.
A gentle snow falls onto a young man standing center stage.
Most people know about Ernie Pyle’s journalism work during World War II.
Three different bands will perform Wednesday at the Bishop Bar.
He creates everything in a small, white shed in a large South Bend backyard.
In the holding room of the Beijing airport, Jewher Ilham had a choice to make. She could remain in China with her father — detained and barred from travel — or trek to the United States alone.
After getting to college, Clayton Anderson needed a new way to talk to girls.
The Farmer House Museum will open its newest exhibit Friday featuring local artist Don Geyra.
An independent opera performance group has been working since May, beginning with auditions, for its first show of the year.
They all grew up playing music together in Chesapeake, Va. They worked together in their church worship band, which was led by Ben Hardesty’s father.
Jamaican American photographer Renee Cox and filmmaker Bridgett Davis will present separate and joint lectures this week.
Chad Rabinovitz read one of the 300 submissions for the annual Reva Shiner Comedy Award at 10 p.m.
Trumpets blare and the audience claps as the members of the platform party march onstage at the IU Auditorium.
The Deer Park Manor will premiere its first Americana Music Series at 6 p.m. Sunday .
Cardinals, peonies and tulip trees form the center of the Grunwald Gallery of Art’s latest two exhibitions opening Friday.
Eight months of work went into the Mathers Museum of World Cultures’ latest ?exhibition.
Academy-Award winning actor Kevin Kline will return to Indiana University to receive an honorary doctoral degree in an open event at 2 p.m. Sept. 15 at the IU Auditorium.
____simple_html_dom__voku__html_wrapper____>When one-third of Bloomington’s population moves away for the summer months, community shops remain open.The Venue Fine Art & Gifts is opening one more exhibit before the summer begins and is offering keepsakes for Bloomington residents and IU students to take wherever they are traveling, owner Gabriel Colman said. “Bloomington is Beautiful” opened May 2 and will remain on display until May 15.“When I travel, if I can get a piece of art that can remind me of that living experience, I’ll do that,” Colman said. “It offers an opportunity for them to buy something to remind them of Bloomington and the beauty of the place.” Community members can come into the gallery to view the artwork before leaving Bloomington or they can purchase a piece to take with them. The keepsakes range from $10 to $5,000 and include paintings, prints, wood turnings, ceramics, stained glass, cards and pens. The paintings feature iconic Bloomington locations such as the Sample Gates, the Monroe County Courthouse, Showalter Fountain and others. One item the Venue offers is a children’s book titled, “The Fish on the Dome.” The book tells the story of two kids who are lazily sitting on a couch all day. The mythological fish on the courthouse comes and tells them to get off the couch, taking them on a journey around Bloomington. Colman said it is a neat keepsake for Bloomington residents because it shows each iconic place of the city. The Venue has been in business for six years. During that time, it has commissioned various artists to create paintings, prints and other locally crafted objects. Colman said many times these objects evoke the spirit of Bloomington in one way or another. “I think coming to look at the art will point out how picturesque our community is,” Colman said. “And it’s nice to have pleasant reminders of Bloomington with you.”