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Those looking to support programs in and now have more ways to give, but it can get a little confusing.
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Bloom Magazine Nov 7
The serviceable may be the next great addition to your fall flower garden. Get out your gardening tools and to with our garden columnist.
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Bloom Magazine Nov 6
A new exhibit at the Grunwald Gallery of Art breaks down from the perspectives of 24 black and Latinx female-identifying artists.
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Bloom Magazine Nov 5
What's for dinner at ? Try camel, alpaca, alligator, kangaroo, and other .
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Bloom Magazine Nov 1
The annual Holiday Art Fair and Bazaar began as a way to support in the 1950s. It hasn't stopped since.
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Bloom Magazine Oct 31
In an age of quick fixes, chef Daniel Orr and coach Kelly Jo Baute are talking and in their new book, "The Wellness Lifestyle: A Chef's Recipe for Real Life."
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Bloom Magazine Oct 31
Children in Indiana are more likely than children in any other state except one to have or have had a parent in jail or prison. In Bloomington, an estimated 1,000 kids have . The organization is trying to help.
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Bloom Magazine Oct 30
Through gorgeous photos and graceful prose, the new book "Endangered and Disappearing Birds of the Midwest" encourages readers to become not just but .
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Bloom Magazine Oct 30
Congratulations to bus drivers Joseph Newlin and Misty Patton for winning first place in the Division of June's state roadeo.
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Bloom Magazine Oct 29
Trish Sterling founded her company during challenging times. In the mid-2000s, not only was the housing market tough but, Sterling says, “I had to reinvent myself after a divorce when I was 50.”
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Bloom Magazine Oct 25
What are the Bloomington that this season? Take a look!
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Bloom Magazine Oct 25
will thread the oral histories of frontier women into the patchwork of -nominated "Quilters" this November.
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Bloom Magazine Oct 24
At 4.3 percent of the population, Bloomington’s African-American community is small, and from the outside it may appear to have a singular voice. But within it, there are diverse perspectives.
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Bloom Magazine Oct 24
American brandy is making a comeback, and a made-in-Bloomington has just joined the renaissance. and have partnered to create Creekbend Brandy, which is being released this fall.
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Bloom Magazine Oct 23
Emily Herr, Animal Care and Control coordinator, says her heart is full of misfit animals, and she's determined to help them find their .
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Bloom Magazine Oct 23
While swimmer Ian Finnerty might emulate other swimmers like Olympic medal record-holder in the pool, he gets much of his inspiration from land-based athletes like runner Steve Prefontaine.
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Bloom Magazine Oct 22
Movie monsters and robots replace portraits and landscapes at Bloomington’s latest addition to the art scene.
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Bloom Magazine Oct 19
Citizen science work isn’t all about saving threatened flora and fauna. With , it can also involve helping solve missing person cases that have mostly gone cold.
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Bloom Magazine Oct 18
A decade after it opened in Solsberry, Indiana, offering soaps, perfumes, and similar small items, EllieMae’s Boutique has grown up and found a new home on the Bloomington downtown Square.
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Bloom Magazine Oct 18
More often than not, artists have been men, while their subjects have been women. , a new short film shot in Bloomington is working to reverse these roles.
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