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Joe Crawford (2015-present) Alycin Bektesh (2011-2015) Chad Carrothers (2003??-2011) Jonathan Coke (1998?-1999?)

The Ins and Outs of Money – Retirement: Do You Have a Plan?

How are people preparing financially for their golden years? We asked a number of people well below retirement age what they’re doing now to plan for their future. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 4:35 — 4.2MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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A Conversation with Monroe County Commission Candidate Paul White, Sr.

After nearly three decades on the Monroe County Commission, Iris Kiesling has announced she is stepping aside next year. So far three residents have announced plans to run for her spot, representing District 3. Earlier this afternoon, WFHB News Director Joe Crawford spoke with one of those candidates. Paul White, Sr. is the only Republican so far to announce he’s …

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Daily Local News – January 19, 2016

At a Bloomington town hall meeting on Friday, Mayor John Hamilton’s Interim Economic development director Linda Williamson fielded questions about the city’s ongoing development of a 60+ acre Certified Tech Park just west of downtown; A new bill introduced at the statehouse last week could have serious consequences for journalists and activists seeking access to video from police body cameras; …

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Interchange – Freedom’s Just Another Word For Absurdity: Sartre, Beauvoir, and Camus

Sartre and Beauvoir on a plane in Brazil.

What do acting, literature and philosophy have in common with branding, fascism and incarceration? How can the humanities confront the problem of the other and the rise of right wing ideology in the US and France? We’ll pose those question to the first couple of existentialism, Simone de Beauvoir and Jean Paul Sartre, and we’ll invite another guest to the …

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Bring It On! – January 18, 2016

On a special, extended edition of Bring It On!- Anchors William Hosea and Cornelius Wright interview the keynote speaker for the annual Bloomington Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration, Brittany Packnett. Anchors also host special discussion about the meaning now and then of Dr. King’s speech and activism. Featuring musical celebrations and tributes of the holiday from artists like Common, …

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bloomingOUT – Drew Anderson – January 14, 2016

JP and Ryne talk with Drew Anderson from the Indiana Democratic party about Mike Pence’s reputation and legislation, and how it affects the LGBT community in Indiana. Ryne and JP host a musical tribute to the late LGBT icon and singer, David Bowie. Plus a new installment of our weekly segment, Open Doors. CREDITS Anchors: Ryne Shadday & Jeff Poling …

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Legal Rights for non-Human Animals

In today’s Ecoreport feature, Alyce Miller and Lucille Bertuccio talk about the movement to grant legal rights to non-human animals. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 8:00 — 7.3MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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EcoReport – January 14, 2016

Due to a technical error, the EcoReport Show was not recorded today. Here is the script for today’s show. Today’s Feature was an interview with Alyce Miller and Lucille Bertuccio concerning the movement to grant legal rights to non-human animals. It will be posted separately. Good morning and welcome to EcoReport. For W-F-H-B, I’m Linda Lightner. And I’m Glenn Lightner. …

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New Sessions of Bloomington Code School Announced

The Bloomington Technology Partnership has announced that the next session of Bloomington Code School will run from January 25 to April 13. The program is free for Monroe County residents and seeks to help residents learn web development and design skills to fill tech jobs. So far roughly 200 Monroe County residents have participated in the program since June of …

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Tavis Smiley to Release a New Book With Contributions from IU Faculty

IU alumnus Tavis Smiley is releasing a new book with contributions from IU faculty entitled “The Covenant With Black America: Ten Years Later”. The book is a follow up to one Smiley wrote in 2006 that laid out a plan to address 10 issues facing African-Americans. According to a press release from IU, Smiley concludes little has changed in terms …

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