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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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Cat Power: The Life and Times of Lil Bub

“[Fame] was her survival strategy because she’s not able to survive in the wild. She could only survive in the age of the Internet.”

Peyton Manning
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Money Ball: How Some NFL Players Might Make a Quick Buck

Some NFL players could be going back to school—at Indiana University—instead of packing for vacation.

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Indy’s Great Steakhouses: Janko’s Little Zagreb

You can leave the coat and tie at home, and even show up in a sweatshirt if you like (just not one with a big “P” across the front).

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Road Trip: C3 in Bloomington

Crafted cocktails and cuisine are the inspiration behind Bloomington’s new dining option.

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Road Trip: Rachael’s Cafe in Bloomington

Rachael’s Cafe in Bloomington has built a new fan base across the pond, thanks to a play by the same name that debuted at the Edinburgh fringe festival in 2011 and had a run at the Old Red Lion Theatre in London that ended this past March.

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Andrew Luck's Offseason: Child's Play

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health debuted their Change the Play summer-camp tour Tuesday in Bloomington. After another stop in West Lafayette on Thursday, the program will resume this fall at schools throughout Indiana. Change the Play focuses on developing healthy habits among children, and Luck’s passion for fitness and well-being […]

A cleared and stained Hoosier Cavefish specimen showing the skeleton (stained red). Credit: Matthew Niemiller
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Indiana's New Resident: The Hoosier Cavefish

“There are actually a lot of fish that have this condition, but I thought it was pretty damn hilarious,” says Matthew Niemiller.

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Meryl Streep at IU: 'I Thought I Was Too Ugly to Be an Actress'

“Many of my friends woke up at 3 years of age and said, ‘I have to be onstage.’ I never had that,” Streep said to her Bloomington audience. “I’ve always been an omnivore, interested in way too many things, but I found the one profession that fed all my appetites.”

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Everywhere We Look: Fox Designs

When it comes to trendy animal prints, the fox is the new owl.

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Global Gifts Launches Jewelry Swap Thursday

Trade your jewelry or shop the store’s brand-new spring collection, including pieces repurposed from bullet casings in Cambodia.

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Metal Piece Falls From Assembly Hall Ceiling

“You realize what an absolute crisis was averted,” IU men’s basketball coach Tom Crean said to the press.

Photo by Tony Valainis
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Street Savvy: Bloomington

Just west of the courthouse square, grown-up Bloomington (and one fun spot for kids) awaits.

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Lauren Spierer’s Mother Is “Truly Hoping We Get Answers”

The case will now enter the next phase of litigation, which involves full discovery, attorney Jason Barclay tells IM. “One aspect of that is taking depositions under oath,” says Barclay.