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Daily Local News – August 9, 2016

The race for Indiana’s vacant Senate seat is attracting large amounts of outside money; Sycamore Land Trust has plans to build a small parking lot leading to a new, 49-acre forest preserve located on East Rush Ridge Road; Indiana Kinsey Institute researcher Justin Garcia didn’t expect the results he got in his study on sexting—the transmission of sexual images and …

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Interchange – Unfounded America: Taking Out the Myth with the Trash

Margaret Bourke-White, You Have Seen Their Faces.  "Family at table eating," Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia.

For “Unfounded America” we’re joined by Nancy Isenberg author of the popular and provocative new book, White Trash: The 400-year Untold Story of Class in America. Laura Miller writes of the book in Salon: Tapping into scores of sources, Isenberg traces the emergence of the white-trash stereotype from its roots in British beliefs that the working class was truly a …

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Interchange – An Extended Conversation with Nancy Isenberg: Unfounded America


Interchange offers a no-frills, 80-minute conversation with White Trash author Nancy Isenberg–just she and I talking on the telephone. In this extended episode you’ll hear Isenberg’s take on the Broadway sensation Hamilton as well as more about the necessity of education to “unfound” our national myths to create a citizen properly skeptical of political and cultural ideologies. RELATED Unfounded America: …

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Activate! Monroe County Humane Association: Mary Richardson


Mary Richardson’s found a way to channel her love for animals into service in her community. Listen as Mary details the diverse services and educational opportunities offered by the Monroe County Humane Society and the positive impact on animals and the people who love them. For information on volunteering with the Humane Society, go to http://www.monroehumane.org/volunteer. Information about additional opportunities …

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Bring It On! – August 8, 2016

Liz Mitchell and Cornelius Wright host Angela Nealy, or “Coach AJ”, as she is known to a wide variety of people. Angela involves us in her passion about health, wellness and fitness. Coach AJ offers pragmatic and inspiring ways for each of us to gain better health. The African American Wellness Project indicates a need to empower communities of color …

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Alcoholism Genes Research Study

A recent study by Purdue and Indiana University researchers identified more than 900 genes that are linked to alcoholism. WFHB Assistant News Director Sarah Vaughan spoke with the researchers about the study, and about how genetic disposition and environment relate to addiction.

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Daily Local News – August 8, 2016

Jurors continued to hear testimony today in the trial of Daniel Messel, who was charged with the murder of Hannah Wilson in April of last year; The Indiana Forest Alliance has moved to new offices in Indianapolis; State regulators aren’t saying whether Monroe County’s new public safety tax is effectively dead on arrival; The Monroe County Solid Waste Management District …

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Kite Line: The Debut Episode – August 5, 2016


This first episode of Kite Line is an introduction to some of the issues we want to cover here on the show. We give updates on prison news, talk about some prison basics with a local professor, an inmate in Ohio and an organizer with Black Lives Matter in Gary, Indiana.

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Standing Room Only: Drawing and the Brain

On April 7-10, The Indiana University Center for Art and Design hosted the Drawing and the Brain conference. Many speakers from all over the world met to talk about the relationship between drawing and the brain. Architects, researches, and artists were among the speakers, and they gave insight into the complicated relationship between art and the brain. For this week’s …

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Voices in the Street – “Anything for a buck: Jobs at their worst”

Not everyone can have a glamorous, well paying job. Most people, at some point in their lives, have been paid to do something they hated. Inspired by the approaching labor day weekend, we ask Bloomington residents about the worst jobs they’ve ever had on this week’s edition of Voices in the Street.

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