Michael Sheehan's character, Steve, consoles Steve Scott's character, Lil Buck, in "Beating a Dead Horse." Bloomington Playwrights Project will put on the play, directed by Ivey Lowe, Sept. 28-Oct. 14.
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Michael Sheehan as Steve and Carina Lastimosa as Bryony act in "Beating a Dead Horse." Bloomington Playwrights Project will put on the play, directed by Ivey Lowe, Sept. 28-Oct. 14.
Kate Braun as Marianne and Ali Lidbury as Erica act in "Beating a Dead Horse." Bloomington Playwrights Project will put on the play, directed by Ivey Lowe, Sept. 28-Oct. 14.
Bloomington City Council members listen to a presentation at a meeting this year to review the the fourth chapter of the Comprehensive Plan, “Downtown.” On Monday night the council debated the fifth chapter, "Housing & Neighborhoods."
Pastor Darin Herzog squeezes a lemon into a shaker to make a lemon shake-up at the Monroe County Fall Festival on Sept. 23. Herzog's church, the Ellettsville First Assembly of God, was donating all proceeds from the booth's sales at the festival to missions and hurricane relief through Convoy of Hope, a faith-based, humanitarian organization.
Brenda Brumett paints a Spider-man on Finn Ludlow, 7, at the Brenda's Face Painting stall at the Monroe County Fall Festival on Sept. 23. The festival featured food and arts and crafts vendors.
Chloe Wirt, 9, and Maddie Wright, a senior at IU, dance at the Monroe County Fall Festival on Sept. 23 with Indiana Dance Company. The dancers performed multiple clogging styles of dance.
Owen Wisniewski, 5, and Avielle Fields, 4, scramble to pick up candy at the parade in Ellettsville on Sept. 23. The parade was part of the Monroe County Fall Festival, which ran Sept. 21-23.
Marissa McAuley, 14, throws candy from a truck to parade attendees at the Monroe County Fall Festival on Sept. 23. The festival ran Sept. 21-23.
Bloomington City Council members listen to a presentation on Aug. 29. Small businesses rallied around a project to expedite the renovation of a historic site in Bloomington, the Dimension Mill, at the Sept. 19 meeting at City Hall.
Program Director Aaryn Eady talks to students about the new facilities as students Kenzie Daniel, 12, and Hannah Maners, 12, listen. Youth 6-18 years old can go to Boys and Girls Clubs to study, play or hang out with other kids.
Students stand in the program room and gaze down into the gym, which hasn’t been finished yet, Monday afternoon at the Boys and Girls Club on 12th Street. The new building features a library, technology room, art room and more.
Devin Tinsley, 14, plays on the new Xbox One in the teen club room Monday afternoon after school. The Boys and Girls Club on 12th Street opened after renovations.
Students disembark a school bus at the Boys and Girls Club on 12th Street after school Monday afternoon. The organization provides a safe place for students to study, play and interact with other kids.
Damariel Bevineau, 13, collects a snack at the after-school program Monday afternoon at the Boys and Girls Club on 12th Street. Students can walk over from nearby Tri-North Middle School after classes let out.
Director Paul Shoulberg, actor Zachary Spicer and producer John Armstrong attended the premiere of “The Good Catholic” in Bloomington in September. Spicer and Armstrong created the production company, Pigasus Pictures, to promote the development of the film industry in Indiana produce six original films.
Javier Asdrúbal Vinasco, a professor at Universidad EAFIT in Medellin, Colombia, performs the clarinet piece "Soliloquios No.3," which was composed by Roque Cordero in 1976. His performance was part of a concert Thursday night to honor Roque Cordero, a composer whose "Book of Solfegge" is used in music education through South and Central America and the Caribbean.
Paul Borg performs "Tres meditaciones poéticas," a 1992 piece by composer Roque Cordero, Thursday evening as part of the Salón Latino Chamber Music Series. Borg is a professor emeritus from Illinois State University.
Marco Núñez, a recent graduate of the Jacobs School of Music, performs "Four Messages" Thursday night as part of the Salón Latino Chamber Music Series. The concert celebrated the 100th anniversary of the birth of composer, conductor and professor Roque Cordero, who was assistant director of the Jacobs School of Music Latin American Music Center from 1966 to 1969.
Barista Enya von Schill prepares a shot of espresso for a cappuccino at Hopscotch Coffee. Local coffeeshops like Hopscotch are working to source their coffee beans ethically.