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bloomingOUT – October 22, 2015

Join hosts Ryne Shadday and Megan McCullough for a roundup of this week’s latest and greatest LGBT headlines, ranging in topic from sports and politics to television shows. The music this week was “Jack London” by Kerchief, “She Ain’t Mine” by Yoko & the Oh No’s, and “Snakeskin” by Deerhunter. Hosts Ryne Shadday and Megan McCullough Executive Producer Joe Crawford …

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Governor Pence Hears Some Pushback from Northwest Indiana Federation of Interfaith Orginization

Indiana Governor Mike Pence heard some pushback yesterday afternoon as he was celebrating what his administration calls economic successes. Pence spoke in Gary at a luncheon put on by the Gary Chamber of Commerce. According to a report in the Chicago Tribune, Pence focused his comments on the decreasing unemployment rate in Gary. He says the rate is currently 5.4 …

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Voices in the Street – The Debt Limit: Will your Party Raise the Roof

With the forthcoming deadline to raise the ceiling on the nation’s debt approaching fast, US lawmakers as well as the president of the United States must decide whether or not increase our self-imposed credit limit. Some regard raising the limit as routine government business for a super power with a high credit rating. Others decry the move to raise the …

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Interview with Zac Little of Saintseneca

WFHB correspondent Doug Storm talks to singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Zac Little of Saintseneca, an American folk rock band from Columbus, Ohio. The band is performing tonight at the Bishop. Storm talks with Little about songwriting, God, the devil, the Tao of Physics, and the Necker Cube in this selection from the WFHB segment, Arts Interchange. Storm begins by asking Little …

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Bloomington City Council Passes a Resolution in Support of Planned Parenthood

The Bloomington City Council passed a resolution last night in support of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky. The measure states that Planned Parenthood’s work saves money, saves lives and improves local quality of life. Council members Dorothy Granger, Tim Mayer and Susan Sandberg sponsored the resolution. Council member Granger is a staff member at WFHB. At the beginning of …

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CFC Properties President Speaks on Bird Overpopulation

The local property management company, CFC Properties, has taken a serious interest in the overpopulation of crows and other birds in downtown Bloomington in the past few weeks. During a panel discussion last week CFC addressed the issue of bird droppings causing problems near the courthouse and surrounding areas. The Maurer school of law and the SPEA building have also …

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Daily Local News – October 22, 2015

The Bloomington City Council passed a resolution last night in support of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky; The local property management company, CFC Properties, has taken a serious interest in the overpopulation of crows and other birds in downtown Bloomington in the past few weeks; Indiana Governor Mike Pence heard some pushback yesterday afternoon as he was celebrating what …

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Arts Interchange – Zac Little of Saintseneca: To Shake the Ache

Zac Little of Saintseneca

Doug Storm talks to singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Zac Little of Saintseneca, an American folk rock band from Columbus, Ohio, about Apalachia, songwriting, God, the devil, and the Tao of Physics in this Arts Interchange. RELATED Saintseneca: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert CMJ 2013’s 10 Best Discoveries Pop for Misfits MUSIC From Such Things unless otherwise noted. “Daendors” (Dark Arc) “River” …

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EcoReport – October 22, 2015

Climate change is affecting the polar regions of our planet in drastic ways. The Yupik People have lived on St. Lawrence Island, in the Bering Sea between Alaska and Russia, for over 2,000 years. Their subsistence lifestyle from the Bering Sea has been affected by climate change since the early 1970’s. In today’s feature, WFHB’s Bob Kissell interviews a member …

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Yupik People at Risk from Climate Change.

Climate change is affecting the polar regions of our planet in drastic ways. The Yupik People have lived on St. Lawrence Island, in the Bering Sea between Alaska and Russia, for over 2,000 years. Their subsistence lifestyle from the Bering Sea has been affected by climate change since the early 1970’s. In today’s feature, WFHB’s Bob Kissell interviews a member …

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