Bloomington is nestled in the rolling hills and corn fields of Monroe County, in Southern Indiana. In the 2000 Census, Bloomington ranked as the 7th most populated city in Indiana. Bloomington is also home for the main campus of Indiana University, which is attended by nearly 40,000 students and also home to the Kelley School of Business and the Kinsey Institute. Well known for its local sports, the city was also the site for the filming of the Academy Award winning movie “Breaking Away” which focused on the Little 500, an annual bicycle race at IU. Although most of the arts and entertainment is based around the university, Bloomington is also a regional center for cultural events, concerts, museums, galleries, dining, and tourism.
Only the most general sites concerning this community should be submitted here.

Please take a moment to find the most appropriate sub-category before submitting a site at this level. Submitting a site based in or related to another locality may significantly delay the site from being listed in the directory.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  • This category is reserved for sites based in this locality or provides specific information relevant to this locality. To find a different locality, navigate to the Localities found under the name of this state.
  • Location should be readily apparent on the site. The service area should also be apparent when applicable.
  • Submitted title should match the name of the organization or entity. The description should be factual. Don''t use Excessive Capitalization or ALL CAPS.
  • Submit to the most appropriate sub-category when possible. Compare existing listings for best results.

Thank you for your cooperation.

This category is for websites about information and organizations related to arts and entertainment. Topics include architecture, art, dance, music, photography, theater, performing arts venues, museums, galleries, libraries, movies, and cultural events.

Please note that the websites of some businesses related to arts and entertainment are listed elsewhere. When the technical or commercial aspect is seen to overshadow the creative side, as with recording studios, production companies, and stores selling recorded music or cameras, the sites are listed in the Business and Economy category instead.

Includes sites for regional artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, and organizations.

This category is for websites about information and organizations related to arts and entertainment. Topics include architecture, art, dance, music, photography, theater, performing arts venues, museums, galleries, libraries, movies, cultural events, and organizations that are based in or related to this locality.

Please note that the websites of some businesses related to arts and entertainment are listed elsewhere. When the technical or commercial aspect is seen to overshadow the creative side, as with recording studios, production companies, and stores selling recorded music or cameras, the sites are listed in the Business and Economy category instead.

For sites specifically geared toward this community. Submitting a site based in or related to another locality may significantly delay the site from being listed in the directory.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  • Make sure the site title matches the name of the organization or entity.
  • In the site description, stick to the facts and avoid hype or promotional language.
  • This is a Regional category, so the location should be readily apparent on the site. The service area should also be apparent when applicable.
  • Avoid Excessive Capitalization.
  • Describe the site features as well as the subject of the site.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Includes sites covering the business and economic activities of the region; including listings of companies and industries.

Please check for a more specific sub-category prior to submitting your site.

For quicker placement in the directory please follow these
Submission Tips:

Title: Name of Business or Organization

Description: This describes the website and should note distinguishing features found on the site without the use of hype, personal pronouns, or repetitive terms.

For sites concerned with schools, training institutes and educational resources based in this locality, and links to local colleges and universities.
For sites concerned with schools, training institutes and educational resources based in this locality, and links to local colleges and universities.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Location must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. For title, submit actual name of the school or company.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and unnecessary capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
Includes general interest online guides and directories specific to the region; those that are specific to a particular topic should instead be placed within the appropriate topic subcategory within the region.

This is a sub-category for the specific locality of Bloomington, Indiana USA within the Regional category tree. 

Sites submitted here should only pertain to areas of this locality.  Sites with locations throughout Indiana should be submitted to the appropriate sub-category at the State Level.

Submit sites concerning health services in this locality only.  Sites can include (but are not limited to) doctors, surgeons, dentists, clinics, hospitals and emergency services.

Submissions:

  1. Sites submitted to this category should be located in this locality and pertain to this specific sub-category. 
  2. Ideally, site should openly display information indicating location such as local address and phone number with area code.
  3. Only submit once.  Multiple submissions will result in longer delays in review and all duplications will be deleted.  Multiple listings are not accepted.
  4. Provide Primary URL only.  Do not list a redirect, cloaked or vanity URL.  Only the true URL will be accepted.

Titles:

  1. Should be the actual name of  the organization, company, business, individual or club. Individual practitioner offices should use the name of doctor (s) or medical group for title.  Avoid using terms such as The, Our, Homepage or Website.
  2. Do not type in UPPERCASE
  3. Unless part of the actual name, avoid using locality information in title.

Descriptions:

  1. Write brief, clear and concise descriptions.  Good descriptions describe the company or organization and include services and features the website provides.
  2. Do not use hype to describe your site.  Descriptions should be objective and not read like an advertisement.
  3. Do not use repetitive words or reiteration of the category heading and title.  Repeating words in a description (key- wording) is a form of hype and is not acceptable.  The locality is not used in the description.
  4. Avoid unnecessary abbreviations.  The "&" should never be used, abbreviations such as MD, CPA, Inc, LLC or DDS are acceptable if applicable.

This is a subcategory of the larger Recreation and Sports Category in this locality. Sites submitted here should be related to the Martial Arts and can include but not limited to instruction, training, facilities, and martial art enthusiasts.

Submissions:

  1. Sites submitted to this category should be located in this locality and pertain to this specific sub-category.
  2. Ideally, site should openly display information indicating location such as local address and phone number with area code.
  3. Only submit once. Multiple submissions will result in longer delays in review and all duplications will be deleted. Multiple listings are not accepted.
  4. Provide Primary URL only. Do not list a redirect, cloaked or vanity URL. Only the true URL will be accepted.

Titles:

  1. Should be the actual name of the organization, company, business, individual or club. Individual practitioner offices should use the name of doctor (s) or medical group for title. Avoid using terms such as The, Our, Homepage or Website.
  2. Do not type in UPPERCASE
  3. Unless part of the actual name, avoid using locality information in title.

Descriptions:

  1. Write brief, clear and concise descriptions. Good descriptions describe the company or organization and include services and features the website provides.
  2. Do not use hype to describe your site. Descriptions should be objective and not read like an advertisement.
  3. Do not use repetitive words or reiteration of the category heading and title. Repeating words in a description (key-wording) is a form of hype and is not acceptable. The locality is not used in the description.
  4. Avoid unnecessary abbreviations. The "&" should never be used, abbreviations such as MD, CPA, Inc, LLC or DDS are acceptable if applicable.

Submissions:

  1. Sites submitted to this category should be located in this locality and pertain to this specific sub-category. 
  2. Site should openly display information indicating location such as local address and phone number with area code.
  3. Only submit once.  Multiple submissions will result in longer delays in review and all duplications will be deleted.  Multiple listings are not accepted.
  4. Provide Primary URL only.  Do not list a redirect, cloaked or vanity URL.  Only the true URL will be accepted.

Titles:

  1. Should be the actual name of  the organization, company, business, individual or club.  Avoid using terms such as The, Our, Homepage or Website.
  2. Do not type in UPPERCASE
  3. Unless part of the actual name, avoid using locality information in title.

Descriptions:

  1. Write brief, clear and concise descriptions.  Good descriptions describe the company or organization and include services and features the website provides.
  2. Do not use hype to describe your site.  Descriptions should be objective and not read like an advertisement.
  3. Do not use repetitive words or reiteration of the category heading and title.  Repeating words in a description (key- wording) is a form of hype and is not acceptable.  The locality is not used in the description.
  4. Avoid unnecessary abbreviations.  The "&" should never be used, abbreviations such as MD, CPA, Inc, LLC or DDS are acceptable if applicable.