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New FAR Center Joins Arts Community at 4th & Rogers

Local art lovers are anticipating the opening of FAR Center for Contemporary Arts, the new art venue opening in April at Fourth and Rogers. Pictura owners David and Martha Moore are doing more than moving their photography gallery into a historic building — they’re on a mission to bring different kinds of art together. Writer Claude Cookman gives us an in-depth look at the FAR project and its creators. Click here to read the full story.

Beat the Cold with These 12 Winter Events

Feeling idle in the post-holiday lull? Writer and LP editor Dason Anderson has compiled a list of 12 happenings to get you out and about this winter season. Indoors, outdoors, alone or with friends, there’s something to do for everyone until spring comes again. Click here to read the full story.

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LP’s Top Stories of 2017 Show Depth, Diversity of Local Interests

The top stories posted by Limestone Post in 2017 show our readers are looking for in-depth, meaningful coverage on a variety of topics. As LP Editorial Director Lynae Sowinski points out in her annual editorial roundup, this “shows our readers — and the B-town community at large — want to be informed, active, and engaged.” Click here to read the full story.

A New Year’s Resolution: Living Body Positive

“Body positivity” is a philosophy, a movement, and, perhaps most of all, a commitment to how one looks at their body. Looking ahead to 2018, writer Jennifer Pacenza considered past resolutions, which ultimately made her feel worse about herself. But with the help of others in Bloomington, she has resolved to be more body positive. Click here to read the full story.

Teens Explore Their ‘Sense of Place’ in Video Project

Students at Bloomington’s Academy of Science and Entrepreneurship have completed a class project that challenged them to choose a location and reflect on what it means to them. Then they each made a video to express that location’s “sense of place.” They’ve shared their work with Limestone Post, and the results are powerful. Click here to watch and learn.

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Local Book Lovers Share Their Current Reads

People read books for many reasons, and a highly literate community like ours has voracious readers. Writer Allison Yates spoke to just nine local literati, and she discovered people are reading books that help them to reflect inwardly, learn about (or escape!) the outside world, stay informed, and investigate the past. Click here to read the full story.

Jamming in the Countryside at Stable Studios

Stable Studios began as one man’s dream but now helps other musicians fulfill theirs. It’s also one of the premier music venues in Owen County, a largely rural place that’s experiencing something of a cultural renaissance. Writer Grayson Pitts takes a tour of the former horse ranch that now hosts thousands of music fans a year. Click here to read the full story.

Beyond Reading, Adult Literacy Is Survival

Literacy is survival. It’s a housing application, a citizenship test, health insurance, a job that can support a family. Writer Michelle Gottschlich says literacy operates on the question, “Does my level of reading and comprehension empower me?” She shows us several groups helping to break down the barriers to literacy — and empowering people in our community. Click here to read the full story.

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Big Mike’s B-town: Abegunde, Writing to Heal

Dr. Maria Hamilton Abegunde has been given many names, each one representative of her own history, her family’s history, and her Yoruba cultural heritage. And, like her names, Abegunde’s work represents the personal and the historical. LP columnist Michael G. Glab talks with the poet and scholar about her work with healing and social justice. Click here to read the full story.

Guest Column: When Is a Theater an ‘Equity House,’ and Does It Matter?

In its rich and diverse theater community, Bloomington has only one “Equity House.” What does that mean? And is “professionalizing theater” important to a town this size? As Cardinal Stage Company’s Rachel Glago explains in this guest column, yes, because among other benefits it leads to “to overall economic growth.” Click here to read the full story.