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Protect your Money

How to Protect Your Money in Six Steps

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Hola Bloomington – January 5, 2018

Locutoras, Minerva Sosa y Norma Reeve, entrevistan a nuestra invitada especial Yllari Briseño.  Ella habla sobre sus experencias como escritora y poeta y su trabajo profecional y artistico. Hosts, Minerva Sosa and Norma Reeve, interviews our special guest Yllari Briseño.  She spoke about her experiences as a writer and poet and her professional and artistic job.

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Caregiving for a Spouse with Alzheimer’s

Dick Morrison and Wendy Rubin became the caregivers for their spouses, following their diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Everyday People hosts Courtney Stewart and Stacey Goffinet speak with Morrison and Rubin about their challenges as spouses, as caregivers, and coping with loss, in today’s special feature-length segment of Everyday People.

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Interchange – Storied States: James Scott’s Against the Grain

EXTENDED TAKE (Radio Cut below) Today’s show is Storied States and is something of “counter-companion” to last week’s program, Storied Into Being, with Anthology Editor and Literature professor Martin Puchner. That show followed the stories which accompanied writing technology on its roughly 5,000 year journey from the accountants of ancient Mesopotamia (which means between two rivers) to the entrepreneurship of …

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IU Students Ask for Voting Site

Monroe County Election Board members are being asked to open a centrally-located poling site near Indiana University. Sandra Shapshay is the director of IU’s Political and Civic Engagement Program, or PACE. She says voter participation among Indiana University students is below the national average for college campuses. Speaking in last week’s election board meeting, Shapshay said PACE launched an initiative …

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Daily Local News – January 9, 2018

Tomorrow is the first day political hopefuls in the state will be able to file for their candidacy; Monroe County Election Board members are being asked to open a centrally-located poling site near Indiana University; Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb will deliver his second State of the State Address this evening; Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill announced his intention to join …

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Big Talk! w/ Michael Glab: Adrian Matejka pt. II

Newly-named Indiana state poet laureate Adrian Matejka says Bloomington is an almost magical, mystical fertile ground for poets and creative writers. Matejka was Michael Glab’s guest on Big Talk last week. Today’s feature includes some of their conversation after the show. Matejka also talks about his work habits, why he doesn’t like to write poetry criticism, and the time his …

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Daily Local News – January 8, 2018

Ellettsville officials look for ways to spur economic development; A report released from the Indiana State Department of Health says that 25 people have died from flu complications across the state this season; The city of Bloomington completed a two-year attempt at reducing deer populations at Griffy Lake last week. FEATURE Newly-named Indiana state poet laureate Adrian Matejka says Bloomington …

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Bring It On! – January 8, 2018

PART ONE On tonight’s show, Clarence and William welcome Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton. He joins us to give an update on his progress to-date on his agenda to make Bloomington a much more vibrant and transparent community PART TWO Headline news of interest to the African-American community. CREDITS Hosts: Clarence Boone and William Hosea Bring It On! is produced by …

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Kite Line- January 5, 2018: Operation PUSH

In this week’s episode, we speak with Karen Smith in Florida, who gives us insights into Operation PUSH. Kicking off in just 10 days, Operation PUSH is a prisoner-organized work stoppage inside Florida’s sprawling Prison System. In their own words, Operation PUSH is “asking all prisoners within the Department of Corrections to take a stand by laying down starting January …

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