For the past five Monday evenings students, faculty, and members of the Ball State and Muncie communities gathered together to practice for two and a half hours each day, finally culminating in a performance ...
After two weeks or 19 hours in total at the studio, Lauren Hall finally released her single “Rainy Day in the City” toward the end of May — a song about “being sad and heartbroken and crying to ...
On his last day at work, Joe Oliver spent his time meeting and greeting the many customers who knew him well at the McDonald’s store in Albany, Indiana.
One downtown Muncie shop’s rich history puts the fun in “Funcie” during Muncie’s First Thursdays.
The 9 a.m. sunshine beat down on several Crossfitters running from the corner of Dicks and North Streets to University and Dicks Streets for their first of three warm up sets.
As a means of encouraging people to visit downtown Muncie more often, this summer will feature movie screenings and activities for different crowds.
Is it a cube? Is it a sheep? Does it appear different depending on how one looks at it? Is it a “cubist version of Dino from ‘The Flintstones’?”
Cheers filled the auditorium of Muncie Central High School as the Muncie Area Career Center adult education program’s class of 2019 graduates walked across the stage.
This year, three community nonprofits will work together to host the first Community Cup golf outing to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Indiana (BBBS), The Whitely Community Council and ...
Think about those nights, sitting on the couch with someone, when picking a movie or show seems absolutely impossible. Clicking through Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime for the third time, nothing ...
A rainbow flag with the symbol and word “PEACE” flies below the distinctive circle window, welcoming guests to a home now known for its inclusivity.
Delaware County is one of 48 counties that is home to The Back To School Teachers Store (BTSTS), something store volunteer Joetta Teague said she sees as a valuable resource.
Summer is meant for days on the lake, roasting marshmallows over bonfires for s’mores and hiking through the woods trying to avoid poison ivy.
When Muncie Central High School senior Matt Lloyd was 12 years old, he considered himself the “weird kid” who would rather sit in his room listening to the radio instead of watching television.
For Burris Laboratory School senior MyKel Ivy, creating art makes her feel amazing.
With images of downtown Muncie in 1915 hanging on the walls, customers have the opportunity to step into a miniature Muncie museum at The Barking Cow of Muncie.
'This is the Way:' Discovery New Theatre Festival helps Ball State students gain experience, feedback
As a Jewish woman, Cricket Kowal grew up interested in finding and reading plays about others like her, but whenever she encountered Jewish characters, she said the plots of these stories seemed to only ...
When astronauts are in space, they are given the unique opportunity to see the earth from a different perspective than most people on earth.