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Bloomington Indiana is full of interesting characters. Join them for lunch and find out what drives their passion. 

Pete Yonkman hosts the "Lunch at The Mill" podcast that is recorded at the newly restored Dimension Mill which now operates as a coworking space in downtown Bloomington. If you have ideas, feedback, comments or show ideas – please send an email to:

lunchatthemill@gmail.com

Nov 19, 2019

In a special episode of Lunch at the Mill hosted in the executive conference room at Cook Medical, Pete sits down with members of the Stride Coalition to make an important announcement about a new crisis center for Monroe County. Substance use disorders impact our entire community, and Stride’s mission is to mobilize...


Nov 8, 2019

Courtney Payne-Taylor graduated from the IU Kelley School of Business and immediately moved into a van. While that may not be the ideal outcome for a business student, it helped Courtney jumpstart GRO (Girls Riders Organization), a non-profit organization that uses skateboarding to help young girls become confident...


Nov 7, 2019

Does clothing make the man or woman? According to Katie Calles Whitson, owner of Blond Genius, the right outfit can enhance your personal style and confidence. Katie sits down with Pete to talk about making the career leap from farming to clothing and how relationships and experience are what will keep brick and...


Oct 30, 2019

“Do cool sh*t and make money” is the ultimate goal for anyone looking to follow their passion. Chelsea Sanders, founder of Blueline Media Productions and co-founder of the Be Golden women’s conference is an entrepreneur, visionary, artist, and leader who is earning her MBA through street smarts.


Oct 10, 2019

Rich Jackson is more than just the new editor of The Herald-Times. He’s also a food enthusiast, a secret novelist, and a former polka radio DJ. Pete and Rich sit down with lunch from Uptown Cafe and discuss the past and future of the newspaper, the economic thread that connects Bloomington’s convention center to...