Cicada Cinema will present a free screening of 1959 concert documentary “Jazz on a Summer’s Day” at dusk, around 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Waldron, Hill and Buskirk Park.
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Located near Bloomington’s downtown square, The Comedy Attic will crown the funniest Bloomington comedian during their 15th annual comedy festival Thursday.
The 10th annual Pridefest will showcase 145 vendors and 21 drag performers from 2-11 p.m. Saturday on Kirkwood Ave.
Bloomington underground venue, The Orbit Room, will host touring indie singer Official Claire at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Bloomington musicians TV Mike and Matt Lundquist will also perform.
IU Foundation purchased the property of closed restaurant Bear’s Place, the adjacent parking lot and a nearby residential property for $3.155 million, Matt Kavgian, IU Foundation director of strategic communications and projects, said.
Editor’s Note: The interview was conducted through an interpreter.
Former IU president Michael McRobbie and IU adjunct faculty member and philanthropist Laurie Burns McRobbie donated $500,000 to IU Health to improve behavioral health resources at the Regional Academic Health Center in Bloomington. The donation was matched by IU health and new services will be available starting on July 1.
Innoveyance, parent company of C&M Conveyor and Ohio Blow Pipe, donated a $3,300 conveyor belt to Bloomington Ivy Tech Community College.
Indiana’s Republican senators presented their plans for the 2023 session on Jan. 9. One of the eight senate bills proposed, Senate Bill 3, hopes to form a committee to review and examine the possibility of changes to state and local taxes.
Job openings in the U.S. decreased 0.9% between March 2022 and the end of November 2022, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Multiple Bloomington house venue owners worked together to present the Bloomington Care Package Concert, a benefit show organized to supply items to the unhoused community on Dec. 11. Brennan Wrin, resident of house venue Blackhouse, was the main organizer of the event.
‘Twas the night before finals week, when all through The Bluebird, the crowd celebrated the first anniversary of Bloomington blues-funk rock band Street Pennies on Dec. 10. The band’s story began in a basement, and they now regularly headline at the famed Bluebird.
Indie bedroom pop band Northwest released their third album, “Heaven from Athens,” Dec. 3. The seven-song album, which was re-recorded three times, is dedicated to heaven and the transitional periods of the band members’ lives.
Bloomington bars double as concert venues from Dec. 8-14 while local bands perform their original music.
While house shows may be few and far between, Bloomington will celebrate the start of December with musical performances at venues in town.
Brooklyn, New York, musician Scout Gillett and Bloomington songwriter and guitarist Kay Robertson — musically known as Kay Krull — sang emotional sets at The Orbit Room on Nov. 16 amid colorful lights strung along the ceiling of the venue.
The Bloomington music scene will invite touring bands from New York, Minnesota, Alabama and local musicians from Indiana to perform within the next week.
As the weather gets colder, house venues switch their backyard celebrations to basement shows. Local bars and houses will host touring and local musicians.
On the six-song EP, “party at avery’s,” artist jfled employs a fictional, female character — Avery — who goes through transitions, suffers and works to overcome loneliness.