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11 Tips to Be the Best Pokémon Go Player … Like No One Ever Was [video]

Have you been wandering the streets of Bloomington looking for Pokémon, walking one more block to see if Pikachu is right around the next corner? Videographer and Pokémon Go fan, TJ Jaeger, put together a handy video showing the safest, most efficient way to be the very best — like no one ever was. Click here to watch the video.

Farm to Yarn: The Craft Part 3 of a 3-Part Series on the Life of Local Fiber

In parts one and two of her “Farm to Yarn” series, Lindsay Welsch Sveen procured yarn from its source and learned how to dye it. In this finale, she finds help with knitting “magical creations” — socks! Click here to read the full story.

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Plan-It-Right: A Folk-Punk’s Survival Guide to Plan-It-X Fest

Writer TJ Jaeger says surviving Plan-It-X Fest — a folk-punk music festival running July 22 to 24 at Stable Studios in Spencer — “is no walk in the woods.” So he asked the festival organizers for tips and tricks to make sure you “and your inner anarchist” get the most out of it. Click here to read the full story.

Tabletop Gamers Discover Abundance of Adventures in B-town

Writer Dason Anderson says tabletop gaming is more than healthy escapism. It’s an avenue “for the creative spirit, the puzzle-solving mind, and the adventuresome soul.” And the games are not just fantasy. Fans of classic literature, architecture, and sci-fi can find games — and venues around B-town — that suit their interest. Click here to read the full story.

Local Film at the Heart of Middle Coast Film Festival

A leading force for filmmaking in the Midwest, Middle Coast Film Festival will screen 82 films at five venues July 28–30 in Bloomington. Among them is locally made Above the Fruited Plain, which festival co-founder Jessica Levandoski says exemplifies “independent, do-it-yourself filmmaking that the coasts aren’t creating.” Click here to read the full story.

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200 Road Trips to Explore Hoosier Country’s 200th

Are your travel plans more likely to favor French Lick over France, or Yellowwood over Yellowstone? Do you find road maps more interesting than flight plans? If you’re tempted to hit the road this summer to explore Indiana for its bicentennial, several new books can help guide your way. Click here to read the full story.

Cardinal Stage Company Turns 10!

In every season since its launch, Cardinal Stage Company has built on the wild success of the previous year with plays such as Les Misérables, The Grapes of Wrath, and A Year with Frog and Toad. Its 10th anniversary season promises even more thrilling entertainment with a legendary lineup that kicks off in September. Read about the entire season here.