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Steph Langan

A new kind of 'album'

“Song Reader” is a twenty-song release- on sheet music. Twenty previously unreleased, unrecorded songs written by Beck Hansen waiting to be brought to life by your own interpretation.

Ben Gibbard

Ben Gibbard

Ben Gibbard's "Former Lives" is a solid attempt at a first album, but Gibbard falls short when he explores new styles of music.

Adam Turla, lead singer of Bloomington band Murder by Death, poses for a photograph Friday. Murder by Death released their sixth studio full length album on Sept. 25.

New album ‘diverse’

Murder by Death will play an album release show at the Bluebird Nightclub today, 9 p.m., with indie/math rock band Maps & Atlases. Adam Turla, lead singer of Murder by Death, talked with the IDS.

Adults and toddlers sit in a circle during yoga class Feb. 17 at Bloomington Area Birth Services. Taught in four-week sessions, toddler yoga allows parents and caregivers to bond with their children and learn about yoga.

Toddlers learn yoga with parents in Bloomington Area Birth Services class

Yoga classes designed for all ages are popping up across the country. In Bloomington, at least three locations provide yoga for children ages 13 and younger. Vibe Yoga Studio has story-time yoga for young ones and “tween” yoga on occasion. The Monroe County YMCA has a weekly class available for children ages 7 to 11.

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At left, then-sophomore guard Remy Abell reaches to score a basket during IU's 83-55 win against Purdue on Feb. 16, 2013, at Assembly Hall. At right, then-junior guard Maurice Creek shoots a free throw during the Hoosiers' 101-53 victory against Ball State on Nov. 25, 2012, at Assembly Hall. The pair of former players has reunited on The Basketball Tournament team Sideline Cancer and will take on four-time champions Overseas Elite at 6 p.m. Sunday.


At left, then-junior guard Maurice Creek handles the ball during IU's 83-62 win against James Madison on March 22, 2013, at the University of Dayton Arena. At right, then-sophomore Remy Abell runs toward the basket against Penn State on Jan. 23, 2013, at Assembly Hall. The Hoosiers won 72-49. Creek and Abell are both playing for Sideline Cancer in this year's The Basketball Tournament.

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