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Jessica Andrews

Hilltop serves up food, fun

Pumpkin pie, cookies, apple cider and pumpkin carving workshops will be just a few things on the menu at the Great Pumpkin Party from 3 to 7 p.m. this Friday at Hilltop Garden and Nature Center off 10th Street.

Daniel Herman

Thrifty threads

As the average price for a pair of designer jeans or a new pair of Ugg boots continues to skyrocket, it is no wonder many IU students are turning to stores that offer vintage clothing and second-hand apparel to complete their look. Bloomington boasts nearly a dozen thrift stores that sell used clothing, shoes and other attire at affordable prices.

Rocking out for a cause

With crowds still trickling in, the first round of competition for the title of Hoosier Guitar Idol began Monday night. The atmosphere was buzzing as more than 20 guitarists took the stage in front of a live audience at Max’s Place in downtown Bloomington.

Driving risks for teens identified

A new study shows that younger drivers are involved in more collisions than other age groups. The study, conducted by the National Cooperative Highway Research Program, revealed that in 2006, 25 percent of licensed drivers ages 16 and 17 were involved in collisions.

Annual German heritage celebration begins Saturday

The 19th Annual Karneval will be held at the German-American Klubhouse this weekend in German Park in Indianapolis. It is one of many Karneval season events hosted by the American German Klub, Indiana German Heritage Society and the Turner Club.

Farmers’ Market seeking adviser

The Farmers’ Market Advisory Council of the City of Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department is still on the lookout for its newest member, who has the opportunity of serving a two-year term with the board.

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