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Bloom Magazine Apr 12
O’Child Children’s Boutique and ElliMae’s Boutique are joining forces to put on what they hope will become an annual event: a Spring Fashion Show and Tea Party.
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Bloom Magazine Apr 11
Lack of is one of the challenges many young people with face in the general school population. But organizations are working to fix that.
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Bloom Magazine Apr 10
Shareable appetizers, hearty sandwiches, great burgers, and a family-friendly side. has Bloom's food columnist Megan Betz's stamp of approval.
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Bloom Magazine Apr 10
Gene Shipp, who turned 100 in March, is an of three major wars: , the , and the . Drafted into a segregated Army, he retired from an integrated one.
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Bloom Magazine Apr 9
Step back into Bloom's archives to explore the destinations in our own backyard.
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Bloom Magazine Apr 9
is in the air, and many of our retailers have something in their inventory to help you embrace this lovely season in .
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Bloom Magazine Apr 8
Happy 30th anniversary to Monroe County's Master Gardener program!
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Bloom Magazine Apr 5
Indiana’s seasons aren’t quite what they used to be. And it’s all due to —and it’s influencing what we eat, how we feel, and even how long some of us will live.
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Bloom Magazine Apr 5
Acts of are increasing, and fewer people know about past atrocities against Jews while more hold negative feelings toward them. Here, we examine the oldest hatred—anti-Semitism—in 2019.
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Bloom Magazine Apr 4
When one public accountant and one surgical technician took a leap of faith, the result was .
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Bloom Magazine Apr 3
Katie Herron's journey with the Council for began with a walk through her east-side neighborhood with her then 4-year-old son, Ben, who has a physical and uses a wheelchair.
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Bloom Magazine Apr 3
Local DJ set sail with on , a weird and wonderful rainbow ride. Now, she's landed back in .
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Bloom Magazine Apr 2
When Dave Weil first visited the former RCA television facility, all he saw was an abandoned warehouse. Still, it was easy for the him to imagine a rec center that would give young people alternatives to the choices he made as a teen.
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Bloom Magazine Apr 2
This summer, and are once again offering residents a chance to get in a free midweek while getting to know their .
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Bloom Magazine Apr 1
Are you a high school junior or senior hoping to get a better feel for prospective campuses? Check out 's student visitation program.
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Bloom Magazine Mar 29
has shown to be a powerful tool. Now, thanks to a charitable gift from philanthropist Bob LeBien, will soon make such healing available in .
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Bloom Magazine Mar 29
Flexibility is a running theme in Travis Puntarelli’s career. He plays multiple instruments (everything from guitar and accordion to whistles and ukulele), is restless and widely traveled, and performs eclectic music in diverse venues.
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Bloom Magazine Mar 28
The Refugee Support Network is working to make sure holds true in southern Indiana—and that refugees receive the practical and moral support they need once they get here.
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Bloom Magazine Mar 26
The has long been tied to homeownership, but the scales may now be tipping toward , says columnist Ansley Fender.
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Bloom Magazine Mar 25
Our columnist turns down watching Netflix on the couch for watching on a damp, mossy log. Learn how you can become a FrogWatcher, too.
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