Home > WFHB Archivist (page 29)

WFHB Archivist

Current person in role: Jar Turner (2015-present)

Brown County Hour – Episode #38: May 3, 2015

Hammer and Hatchet

☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour: Musical guests: The Hammer & The Hatchett Jeff Tryon launches his new series, “My Brown County” Vera Grubbs interviews artist Monique Cagle ofSleepy Cat Studio Singer/songwriterCari Ray returns with another “For a Song” Poetry by Carol Marks, Chris Curtain and BCH Poet Laureate, Gunther Flumm Essays by Dave Seastrom and Rick Fettig Guest host Paulette Justice delivers …

Read More »

Books Unbound – Exploring with Robert McAlmon: ‘A Vacation’s Job,’ Part One

“Exploring with Robert McAlmon” is a three-episode series of fiction and poetry by one of the lesser-known Modernists. Born in 1895, McAlmon grew up in the small towns of the Midwest as the son of an itinerant Presbyterian minister, and he never developed the habit of staying in place. He knew and offered support as a publisher to many of …

Read More »

Hola Bloomington – May 1, 2015

Los locutores de HOLA Bloomington Minerva Sosa y Luz Maria López entrevistan a niños de nuestra comunidad en celebración del día del niño. Hablan de la tradición latinoamericana de celebrar este día y platican con los niños sobre sus planes para el futuro. Hola Bloomington hosts Minerva Sosa and Luz Maria Lopez interview children from our community in honor of “Día del Niño” or …

Read More »

Youth Radio’s Mixed Nuts – Spring 2015

New Board

The latest installment of Rhino’s Youth Radio’s Mixed Nuts podcast. Featuring sound collages and found sounds, 2014 year-in-review, 2015 resolutions, an impromptu off-beat superhero rundown and more!

Read More »

Hola Bloomington – April 24, 2015

Los locutores de HOLA Bloomington entrevistan a estudiantes Latinos de la universidad de Indiana que se gradúan en mayo. Hablan de sus experiencias en la universidad y cómo podemos aumentar la cantidad de estudiantes Latinos que asisten y se gradúan de la universidad. Hola Bloomington hosts interview Latino students that will graduate from Indiana University in May. They discuss the …

Read More »

Filmmaker Hildegard Keller on Annemarie Mahler

A documentary film that will play this Sunday at the IU Cinema at 6:30 portrays local artist and scholar Annemarie Mahler. Mahler was born in Vienna in 1926, and has been a resident of Bloomington since 1957. It is an intimate conversation with herself and her dog that unfolds in front of the camera. Doug Storm interviewed the film’s creator, …

Read More »

Daily Local News – April 23, 2015

The state government is pitching in $60,000 to help Monroe County win an energy conservation prize; The Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department is hosting what it calls a Dog Walk and Pooch Party this weekend on the north side of town; U.S. Senator Dan Coats, of Indiana, renewed his call today for a repeal of the medical device tax that …

Read More »

Voices in the Street – Earth Day today and into the future: How Green is your Routine?

Yesterday was Earth Day and was recognized by over 190 countries worldwide.  While earthfriendliness is encouraged globally on this one day, some people celebrate the Earth everyday.  In today’s edition of Voices in the Street, we asked your friends and neighbors what they did to celebrate earth day and also what they think Earth Day might look like over the …

Read More »

IU’s New Engineering Department to open Fall 2016

The fall of 2016 should see the new Engineering Department open at IU-Bloomington open for its first students. While the initiative still needs the approval of the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, plans are well on their way for its start-up. The new program is to be housed in the School of Informatics and Computing. Assistant News Director David Murphy …

Read More »

Daily Local News – April 21, 2015

The Indiana State Department of Health reports today the number of recorded cases of HIV in southeastern Indiana this year has risen to 135; A federal lawsuit charges IU Health and HealthNet Inc. with putting low-income pregnant women and their newborn babies at risk by committing fraud and taking taxpayer money; A bill that looks destined for approval in the …

Read More »