The Festival of Ghost Stories, a Halloween-time tradition of more than 34 years, will take place at 7 p.m. Oct 26 at Bryan Park.
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WIUX will be having its pledge drive, or annual fundraising week, from Oct. 15 through Oct. 20, with an event each night on campus or at a local location.
Cardinal Stage will have its 13th annual night of screenings of “Rocky Horror Picture Show” at 8 p.m. and midnight Oct. 27 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
More than 900 glass pumpkins will be on preview and available for purchase at the grand opening of the Bloomington Creative Glass Center.
There will be over 40 hours of free events at the Lotus World Music and Arts Festival this weekend.
The Opera and Ballet Theater will begin a series of performances for the Connections Fall Ballet at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 28 at the Musical Arts Center.
Being environmentally friendly seems easy. Recycling isn’t an issue in Bloomington, and neither is turning off the lights when you leave a room or the water when you brush your teeth.
The 25th annual Lotus World Music and Arts Festival will take place this weekend from Sept. 27 through Sept. 30.
As the Lotus World Music and Arts Festival enters its 25th year, Geoffrey Bradley, IU alumnus and felony deputy prosecutor at Monroe County Prosecutor’s Office, enters his first year on the Lotus board of directors after over a decade of volunteer service.
The IU Jacobs School of Music is giving students an opportunity to see a new opera show for free, starting at noon on Sept. 7.
The smell of garlic and corn wafted through the Waldron Hill Buskirk Park as people of Bloomington gathered for the Bloomington GarlicFest.
The Floozies and Cherub made their way to Bluebird Nightclub as part of the "Your Girlfriend Already Bought Tickets Tour" last February. This fall, both bands are making their way back to Bloomington — though this time around, it'll be separately.
The fifth annual Bloomington Pridefest to celebrate LGBTQ culture and community will take place at 3 p.m. on Aug. 25.
Aretha Franklin did her time — all 10,000 hours of it, to be exact.
A woman in an inflatable dinosaur suit crept down the aisle, earning screams from children in the audience, before grabbing a cloth hanging from the ceiling and beginning an aerial performance. On Aug. 18 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, anything was possible.
As July comes to a close and the stress of fall semester begins to kick in, it's easy to forget you still have some free time to relax. Read through some of the things you can do before the summer ends.
Drinking in the summer can be a hassle. It's hot and humid, and some drinks won't taste the same under a ninety-degree sun with no cloud cover. Here are some refreshing options that can be made in under five minutes.
Attendees of the Buskirk-Chumley Theater's “Dance Moves and Movies” series were able to have the time of their lives at the recent screening of “Dirty Dancing.”
Summer is prime time for college students to get their health back – you don’t need to stress eat pizza bread at 3 a.m. while studying for tests, you finally have time to cook meals and instead of running to class with a bagel sandwich, you actually have time to sit down and eat.
INDIANAPOLIS —The sun illuminated the rainbow flags littering the streets of downtown Indianapolis on June 9 as they hung on shoulders, in business windows and fluttered in the near nonexistent morning breeze.