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month : 12/2017 7 results

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.

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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.

With a Bold Vision for Cardinal Stage Company, New Artistic Director Kate Galvin Starts Leadership Role with ‘Peter Pan’ by Benjamin Beane

“A baptism by fire.” That’s how Kate Galvin describes joining Cardinal Stage Company as artistic director during the company’s busiest time of year — just in time for Peter Pan this holiday season. Despite the fast initiation, she’s already brought bold new ideas to the company’s 11th season. Read more about Galvin’s vision for Cardinal Stage and the production of J.M. Barrie’s classic here.

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.

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Guest Column: Food or Another Need? A Choice Way Too Common

Too many people in our community have to choose between paying for food and some other need — utilities, transportation, medical care, or even housing. Food donations are critical, but the effort is more like treating a symptom than finding a cure, says writer Erin Hollinden, who spoke to local food-insecurity experts for this story. Click here to read the full story.

My Dad Voice: Saying ‘I Love You’ Out Loud

Showing emotions shouldn’t be off limits for anyone — especially fathers. In this first article for his new Limestone Post column, Troy Maynard explains the various ways a parent can show love, and why it’s okay to cry — even if you’re a boy. And he says all of this, of course, using his “dad voice.” Click here to read the full story.