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A Pace bicycle can be seen on the rack Thursday on North Grant Street near Pygmalion's Art Supplies. Pace bikes were removed from Bloomington Tuesday and their docks will be removed this week, according to the company.

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Panelist Alisha Lola Jones, right, an assistant professor in the Folklore and Ethnomusicology Department, talks about female-identifying artists in hip-hop. The panel met Thursday evening in the Indiana Memorial Union.


Attendees line the street Saturday for the Fourth Street Festival of the Arts and Crafts. The festival, which started in 1976, is an annual, two-day event organized by local artists who invite 120 artisans from around the country. 


Global Gifts is located at 122 N. Walnut St. Their products are handmade, and they all come from developing countries.


Global Gifts is located at 122 N. Walnut St. The store offers fresh brewed coffee among internationally made products, such as jewelry, instruments and pillows. 

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Liz Watson speaks while standing in front of a comic of U.S. Rep. Trey Hollingsworth, R–9th District, at the Democracy Fall Fellowship event in the Fine Arts Building.


Brenda Rose, an auctioneer at Metzger Property Service, holds up a wooden hammer at the 2018 Bloomington Pridefest on East Kirkwood Avenue.

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