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A new sound

Weekend talks to Matt Bloom about podcasts and audio storytelling.

25 years of IU football

Look back at the IU football history since 1990

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Chuck Baker, wizard wand maker

Watch Chuck Baker, a wood and tin craftsman from Hope, Indiana, speak about the journey to construct each of his wizard wands and the history behind his life as a craftsman. See related story.

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Musician turns to touring and vinyl as primary outlets

In February, the Muncie, Indiana, native musician will officially begin performing as a made-up character, Los Angeles-born Marlowe Shepherd. It's the first step in overhauling the way he markets himself as an artist. Read the full story — "Musician turns to touring and vinyl as primary outlets."

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Lotus World Music and Arts Festival 2015

The Lotus World Music and Arts Festival 2015. See related story.Video by Rachel Meert. Production by Anna Boone.

David Hart, a cardiovascular surgeon, speaks during the beginning of a protest against Planned Parenthood on Saturday. Hart was one of the founders of Doctors for Life, which is an group of pro-life doctors.

Crystal Laws talks to her son, William, outside of the Monroe County Courthouse on Tuesday. Laws was protesting the use of service grant money to help fund Planned Parenthood in Bloomington.

Megan Cooper holds a sign with her mother; Ann; outside of the Monroe County Courthouse on Tuesday. Megan and Ann were part of a larger protest against the use of service grant money to be used to help fund Planned Parenthood.

Wanda Savala, Community Engagement Coordinator with Planned Parenthood in Indiana and Kentucky, stands in front of protesters on Tuesday in a county council meeting. The council voted 6-1 to use service grant money to help fund Planned Parenthood.

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