Free jazz and swing music concerts will be performed at 6:30 p.m. every Friday in Dunn Meadow as part of the “Swing in September” concert series. The concerts are a partnership between WFIU radio and the IU Jacobs School of Music’s Jazz Studies Department.
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Bloomington Pridefest returned to the streets this year as an in-person street festival with booths, wellness activities, music performances and other entertainment on East Kirkwood Avenue on Aug. 28.
The Jacobs School of Music at IU offers an e-concert series focused on spotlighting music of the African diaspora in the field of classical music with different guests every Wednesday. The performances are available at the series site.
IU will conduct a free virtual panel at 9 a.m. Wednesday discussing the divide between rural and urban people in China and India, and how these examples can apply to the United States.
Whether you’re headed out to enjoy nature under the warm spring sun or you’re busy with your studies, you end up home eventually. So why not liven it up with some greenery?
Joss Whedon directed the first two “Avengers” movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and ended up in the position to define the DC Extended Universe's first major team-up title with "Justice League," which had a theatrical release in 2017.
Eight people were killed last Tuesday at three different spas in Atlanta, six of whom were Asian women. Asian communities nationwide, including Bloomington, are uniting in response to these attacks that come after increasing anti-Asian sentiment following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and a misattribution of fault to Asian people.
Giant monsters, also known as kaijus, wreaking havoc and fighting is a hallmark of Japan and America with icons like Godzilla and King Kong.
IU alumnus Jon Savitt wants readers to turn the page to mental health with his new comedy book published Jan. 28. “Read This When You’re Sad” features tips, illustrations and inspirational messages aimed at helping readers laugh, relax and reset, according to his website.
Japanese comics, which are commonly known as manga, encompass a wide swath of different genres ranging from historical fiction to slapstick comedy. As a huge fan of this medium, I thought I’d spotlight one of my favorites.
Due to a winter storm, Bloomington received more than 7 inches of snow last week with temperatures as low as 17 degrees on Feb. 15.
IU sophomore Kate Feinberg is double majoring in political science and cinema media arts to eventually write rights and right wrongs with her writing skills.
Abby Ang, 27, is an IU graduate student studying bugs in medieval literature, and she doesn’t stay quiet about what bugs her in the local community.
IU sophomore Dilyar Muradil was born, further than many fellow students, in the autonomous region of Xinjiang in northwestern China.
Bloomington Pridefest announced it will move online for this year's event Aug. 28 and Aug. 29 to limit the spread of COVID-19, according to Bloomington Pride, a local non-profit.
IU Dance Marathon announced on Aug. 10 the marathon will be virtual this November, but the plan has yet to be formatted.