Bloomington: What We Love Best Here

Bloomington is in Monroe County and is one of the best places to live in Indiana. Living in Bloomington offers residents an urban suburban mix feel. Here’s why the city’s residents cherish it and surrounding area it’s nestled in. Indiana University The flagship campus of Indiana University, and home of the Hoosiers, Indiana University Bloomington […]

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Bloomington in the Winter – Best Outdoor Snow Activities

Visitbloomington.com’s page shows you all the great things to do in Bloomington. Make the snow your friend!   Sledding & Skiing –Hills near Tri-North Middle School and at the Indiana University Sailing Club on Lake Lemon are generally acknowledged as the most popular snow-sledding destinations, but you’ve got to bring your own sled. –Karst Farm […]

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How Winter Break Affects College Towns

A location doesn’t get to call itself a “college town” merely by having a university within its city limits. Rather, a real college town is a place where the academic institution is a distinctive feature of the city culture. College towns are distinctive from big cities because of the energy and veneration of the institution […]

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Why Winter in Bloomington is the Best Around

Bloomington is typically a great place to spend a winter. With all the venues and restaurants, and even the outdoors like parks and hiking trails are great if you bundle up. This year, however, COVID-19 has forced some changes, but Bloomington adapts as it always does. Here are some a couple of the reasons why […]

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Where to Dine Out for Thanksgiving in Bloomington

Visitbloomington.com shows us the best places to go if you want to dine out on Thanksgiving. Here are the best 4.   The Hive Hive is offering a Thanksgiving menu that feeds four for $55. Meals are served chilled with easy reheating instructions. Orders can be accepted until noon on Monday, November 23, and pick […]

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