You are a badass. You are. You should look at yourself in the mirror and say it every single day. Your thoughts are a powerful tool.
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Grab your towel, your best shampoo and your singing voice before you hit the showers. Haim’s sophomore album “Something to Tell You” is best listened to while singing into a shampoo bottle with some suds in your eyes.
I watched the trees move past the window of my car as I slipped in my ear buds. Music does many things for me, and one of the greatest of all is that it has the ability to slow down time.
At 3:56 p.m. on Tuesday, purple and white balloons waved in the breeze as two pitchers full of lemonade sat in front of the new Big Brothers Big Sisters building, awaiting the arrival of a multitude of attendants. The AC wafted over the welcome mat placed in front of an open door.
While walking down Kirkwood Avenue, the homeless can be seen in the park or on the sides of the street. Some hold signs asking those passing by for help. A new Bloomington program aims to help these residents earn money while helping keep the city clean.
The sound of an organ reverberated through Auer Hall as Peter Rogahn performed his doctoral recital.
The smell of dirt fills B-Town Botanicals, and the faint hum of a water pump radiates from the corner of the room. It only makes sense. It’s an indoor garden and hydroponics supply store.
Bloomington residents rally for unity after inauguration
Fifty-six. That’s the number of days Aaron Draplin, a 43-year-old graphic designer, had been on tour before coming to Bloomington for his new book, “Pretty Much Everything.”
Many people are terrified of insects with stingers, but not IU sophomore David Ray.
Wine and Canvas is a place for people to do exactly what the name says — drink wine and paint on gallery wrapped canvases.