Reminiscing on the One Year Anniversary of YA Book Club

For the first few months, I only had one person at each meeting (one month there was no one that…

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Inclusive Feminisms

For the last eight months, several of us Indigo Bridge staffers (Courtney Morrow, Brittany Burton, and I, Maddie) have been…

Human Rights Book Club

by Christy Hargesheimer– In January, 2016, a new book club was launched at Indigo Bridge, featuring works based on human…

Golden Sleeve Coffee Mug

There are new things brewing at Indigo!

We’re kicking off our Golden Sleeve program. Next time you buy a drink from our cafe, you could earn 52…

Indigo Bridge Named Ignite Lincoln Finalist

Indigo Bridge loves having books on our shelves, but we love putting them in people’s hands even more. At Ignite…

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Interactive Children’s Book App

The fine folks down at Capstone Publishing were nice enough to give us an iPad so we could try out…

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March was a Month of Subversive Minds

This past March, Indigo Bridge held another hard-hitting discussion series, this time on the subject of social movements. Entitled Subversive…

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A Playhouse for Everyone

In 2012, the Playhouse began a new outreach program called A Playhouse for Everyone. A cornerstone of this program is…

Jeff’s picks for Valentine’s Day 2015

If you’re like me, then you’re a romantic soul who paradoxically despises Valentine’s Day.  Perhaps you rarely find yourself in…

Michael Brown’s America: Ferguson, Racial Justice, and Reaching Across Color Lines

On August 9th, 2014, unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by police, initiating weeks of unrest in Mike’s…