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Indiana Lake House
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Realty Check: This Has To Be The Most Spectacular Lake House In Indiana

The indoor infinity pool is just the beginning of the luxury inside this Bloomington vacation home.

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Cardinal Spirits Has the Perfect Holiday After-Dinner Drink

The potent green-walnut digestif is the product of a rich tradition of harvesting walnuts on June 24, the holy feast day of St. John the Baptist.

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Destination Dining: Topo’s 403

Upscale Mediterranean is just a short drive to Bloomington.

DQ in Crown Hill area (photo by Evan West)
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13 Favorite Walk-Up Stands for Summer Treats

Where to find popsicles, tacos, jerk ribs, sundaes, and more summer staples paired with al fresco counter service.

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.

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Lil Bub Makes Big-Screen Debut

Lil Bub, working alongside Kevin Spacey and Jennifer Garner, makes her big screen debut next month in “Nine Lives.”

Bloomington Snails Away tiny house
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Rent Tiny Homes on a Lake in Bloomington

A cluster of rental tinies in Bloomington invites you to experience the trend without committing.

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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.

Diane Coffee
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Singer for the Band Diane Coffee Finds a Spark in Indiana

“Bloomington is a super-happy place, so I was in a super-happy mood while writing,” says Shaun Fleming. The result was a more upbeat record with vocal layering and lushness, a sound he describes as “Motown glam.”

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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Deep, Dark Secret

What follows, from the opening chapter, is just a hint of how creepy things get.

Michael Koryta
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Q&A with Bestselling Author Michael Koryta

“I think I get my demons out on the page. I’m a lot more lighthearted in real life.”

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The Replay: Mark Cuban, Lil Bub, and the Colts

The Colts hang fire.

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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.”

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Making the Rounds at the Bloomington Craft Beer Festival

How to drink up the Bloomington Brewfest.

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