Keith Roach

Rowland and Chinami Ricketts
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Maker: Dyed and True

Rowland, an artist, and Chinami, a weaver of yardage for kimonos and Japanese sashes called obi, color their cloth with indigo they grow on their Bloomington farm. Their vibrant works earned them a Martha Stewart American Made award in 2014.

Jane Lynch
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Q&A with Jane Lynch

“Like I say in the beginning, ‘Join me for a musical journey in a world of songs that have very little to do with one another.'”

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What’s In That? Rugrats Waffle

Every other Sunday, Bea’s Soda Bar parks at Bloomington’s Hopscotch Coffee to whip up themed waffles, like this cartoon-inspired creation. Let’s hope it gets a rerun.

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Stroke of Genius: The IMA’s Artist-Designed Mini Golf Course

“Choose your playing partners carefully.”

Paula Poundstone at The Ice House Comedy Club on July 12, 2012 in Pasadena, California.
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Quick Q&A with Paula Poundstone

“I have a terrible sense of direction. I’ve always said I could drive in the Indianapolis 500 and still get lost.”

Indiana Bicentennial
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Indiana Bicentennial: The Next 200 Years

State climatologist Dev Niyogi anticipates we’ll become adept at customizing our climate, from urban design and cloud seeding to new technologies. So put on your thinking caps, kids.

Benjamin Harrison
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Hoosier Hall Of Fame: Battle Of The Indiana Battles

Musket to musket, the two most monumental conflicts fought on Hoosier soil. Pick a winner if you must, but please—no fighting.

John Gidding
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Q&A with John Gidding of HGTV

“On my most fruitful trips, I meet a local craftsman who does something really cool. Hopefully, I develop a relationship with that person for future clients.”

Opening Spread
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Literary Indiana: Meet the Presses

Three local publishing options for your book.

Brenda Mallory Eiteljorg
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The Eiteljorg Museum Adds to Its Contemporary Collection

This year’s show includes paintings inspired by abstract expressionism, waxed cloth sculpted around steel rods, and a multimedia installation of faces and masks on drums that seem to sing in Tlingit.

Culture Counter
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Robert Kennedy’s Famous Speech Comes to Life at the IRT

The play arrives during a renewed national dialogue about race.

Bronislaw Huberman
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Violin Lesson

Joshua Bell and his $12 million, 302-year-old Stradivarius open the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s season September 26.

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Culture Q&A: Darius Rucker

“When it’s over in country music, it’s going to be time to go fishing.”

Photo by Tony Valainis
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Speed Read: Fever Coach Stephanie White

Stephanie White suits up to coach the Fever. The Fever’s home season-opener is June 6 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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The Limestone Comedy Festival Returns to Bloomington

“We want to establish it as one of the great comedy festivals in the country,” says the founder. “Which I think we’re well on our way to doing.”