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Silver screen comebacks

Hollywood is a fickle mistress. One day’s superstar is the next day’s nobody. It is common for an actor or actress to have a hit, or even a string of hits, before fading forever into obscurity. But occasionally, the end isn’t the end.

Greencastle resident Joan Billman holds a flag at a rally in opposition of a recent Indiana Supreme Court ruling prohibiting citizens from resisting police officers from illegally entering their homes Wednesday on the South Lawn of the Indiana Statehouse. Along with her husband Jack, Billman runs the Greencastle Defenders of Liberty, a Tea Party group.

200 people protest Supreme Court ruling

“No warrant, no entry! No warrant, no entry! No warrant, no entry!” So chanted the crowd at a rally protesting a recent Indiana Supreme Court ruling. The ruling prohibits citizens from resisting police officers who enter their homes without warrants.

Junior Lia Kohl performs Robert Schumann's Fantasiestucke, Op. 73 at her cello recital Monday in the Ford-Crawford Recital Hall. Kohl was accompanied by painist Aleksey Aremyev, and performed pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach and Cesar Franck in addition to the Schumann composition.

Sweet music

Junior Lia Kohl performs Robert Schumann's Fantasiestucke, Op. 73 at her cello recital Monday.

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Holocaust survivor Eva Kor poses for a photo at the Helene G. Simon Hillel Center in 2012. Kor died July 4 in Krakow, Poland, on an annual trip to the former Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.

2011 Lotus Fest

Joakim' Nilsson plays with Swedish hip-hop jazz ensemble the Movits at the Lotus World Music and Arts Festival in 2011. The Movits played in the Indiana University Tent.

House

This house downtown, constructed in 1928 and owned by Chris Bomba, may be moved to a new neighbor. Some community members voiced opposition to the move at a City Council meeting Wednesday on the grounds of its age and historic nature.

Limestone Comedy Fest

Comedian Graham Elwood sings Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive" while standing on a chair before a recording of The Doug Benson Movie Interruption during the Limestone Comedy Festival on Saturday at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.

Limestone Comedy Fest

Comedian Doug Benson introduces a taping of the Doug Benson Movie Interruption during the Limestone Comedy Festival on Saturday at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. The event involved Doug Benson and fellow comedians talking through a showing of the Bloomington classic "Breaking Away."

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