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Celebrating life in Bloomington, Indiana, and the surrounding area.
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Bloom Magazine Aug 13
After 10 years under the stewardship of founder Randy White, Cardinal Stage, the largest arts organization in Monroe County, is plotting a new course.
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Bloom Magazine Jul 27
"We at Bloom Magazine believe that no one should be subjected to apprehension or fear as they go about their daily lives." Read more, including how to get a sign for your business—
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Bloom Magazine May 31
will wrap up its season with a production of the musical , a story of repressed intimacy, disillusionment, and love against steep odds. It is not a play for the whole family but it is a play about family.
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Bloom Magazine May 31
Three escape room businesses have opened in Bloomington within the last year. They’re among about 50 such businesses in Indiana, and more than 2,100 nationwide.
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Bloom Magazine May 31
Getting married, having children, and raising them to an age where they can set out on their own is something many couples envision. When a child is born with a , families learn to adjust.
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Bloom Magazine Apr 30
We're very proud of our editor and publisher, Malcolm Abrams, for receiving the prestigious Slaymaker Service to Journalism award at Friday night's Best in Indiana Journalism awards banquet. Thanks for choosing and honoring him!
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Bloom Magazine Apr 20
Bloomington students come together to rally & march in protest of school gun violence as part of the National School Walkout. See our PHOTO GALLERY here:
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Bloom Magazine Apr 9
"Bloomington United Is Back"—This anti-racism, pro-diversity organization has regrouped and is ready to respond to acts of and in our community.
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Bloom Magazine Mar 27
Students from Bloomington High School North and South attended the March for Our Lives on Saturday, March 24. Approximately 800 marches were organized worldwide, including one in Antarctica.
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Bloom Magazine Mar 20
Bloom Magazine, in conjunction with the FAR Center for Contemporary Arts, Oliver Winery, and One World Catering, will host “An Evening with Krista Detor” at the FAR Center (corner of W. 4th St. and Rogers St.) on April 19, at 6:30 p.m. Reserve now!
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Bloom Magazine Mar 12
It seems fitting that a man who calls himself the unofficial pickleball ambassador in Bloomington would travel all the way to Spain to participate in an international pickleball competition pitting North American players against those from Europe.
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Bloom Magazine Mar 11
After Bloomington interior designer Lauren Cowan worked with older clients who wanted their new-home builds to include age-friendly features, she and her husband, Peter Cowan, decided to start a new business. In 2012, they launched Agewise Design.
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Bloom Magazine Mar 10
At some point in our lives, usually as teenagers, we probably all sneaked a taste of sherry from the cheap bottle used for kitchen recipes. One awful taste was enough to put us off of it for good. But, wait, let’s try again. – Jack Baker
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Bloom Magazine Mar 9
As owner of Skirt & Satchel, Andy McManis has brought her fashion sense to Bloomington, targeting the city’s young professionals.
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Bloom Magazine Mar 8
Bloom’s Greatest Hits: How True Was ‘Breaking Away’?: As part of Bloom’s Greatest Hits and in anticipation of this season’s Little 500 bicycle race, we look back at this story published in our June/July 2014 issue.
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Bloom Magazine Mar 4
IU Lecturer Donates His Spock Ears To Lilly Library Star Trek Collection
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Bloom Magazine Mar 3
Alwiya Omar: Coordinator, IU African Languages Program
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Bloom Magazine Mar 2
With a mission “to help boys and girls learn about gardening,” the George E. Archer Foundation (GEAF) works with schools and nonprofit organizations by funding horticulture-based curriculum and activities.
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Bloom Magazine Mar 1
In March, 11 local tech founders—hoping to win cash and greater visibility for their startups—will pitch ideas ranging from long-distance ride-sharing to a personal carbon offset exchange to a panel of judges.
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Bloom Magazine Feb 28
It’s taken a few years, but the students and faculty in the recreational therapy program at Indiana University have created an adaptive sports program for Bloomington.
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