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Eco’s “Get Out and Hike!” – December 28th, 2017

In today’s episode of “Get Out and Hike!” Jan Walker interviews Jill Vance about trails at Allen Creek.

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Eco Feature – December 28th, 2017

In today’s feature interview, Correspondent Norm Holy speaks with Patrick Brown about climate change. Patrick Brown is from the Carnegie Institute for Science at Stanford University.  Brown co-published a recent scientific article about climate change in Nature Magazine.

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Eco Report – December 28th, 2017

Eco Report is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open discussion of human relationships with nature and the Earth and to encourage you to take personal responsibility for the world in which we live. Each program features timely …

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Daily Local News – December 27, 2017

On today’s Daily Local News Episode, we’ll take a retrospective on some of our best reporting from 2017: Cook Pharmica was sold to New Jersey-based Catalent Incorporated in September; a series of inappropriate social media messages from Kilroy’s bars draws community condemnation; Dan Wakefield, a longtime friend of Kurt Vonnegut, co-edited five previously unpublished Kurt Vonnegut short stories which were discovered at …

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Firehouse Sessions – Peter Oren

Columbus, Indiana, native Peter Oren stopped by WFHB’s studios on December 1, 2017, for a Firehouse Session before his appearance at Blockhouse Bar with The Weather Station and James Elkington. Peter’s brand new release is Anthropocene, on the Western Vinyl label. Four songs from the new album are featured on this session. Songs performed: 1. Burden of Proof 2. Falling …

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Interchange – Facing Down the Past: The White South Shakes Its Whip

Today we’ll excerpt a 1999 Interchange episode in which host Shana Ritter interviews Elizabeth Eckford, one of the Little Rock Nine, and Hazel Bryan Massery, the white student made infamous in photographs which capture her hatefully screaming at Eckford. The two are joined by the man who took those photos, Will Counts. Captured in Count’s photo, which is one of …

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Daily Local News – December 26, 2017

This retrospective edition of the Daily Local News highlights some of our best reporting from 2017. We’ll hear from IU Foundation President Dan Smith about the Foundation’s offshoring of millions of dollars in the Cayman Islands; we’ll listen to IU students, as they protest the visitation of White supremacist Charles Murray; and we’ll hear from Indiana Recovery Alliance Founder Chris …

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Daily Local News – December 25, 2017

This retrospective edition of the Daily Local News highlights some of our best reporting from 2017; New Leaf-New Life’s volunteer-run addiction program is forced out of Monroe County jail; Bloomington’s annexation efforts are thwarted by last minute legislative changes; And a foreclosure case in Bloomington that could alter the rental landscape. We’ll also hear an interview with Indiana State Poet …

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HOLA Bloomington- December 22, 2017

Hola Bloomington- Hola Hombres.  Locutores Erick y Sira Gutierrez dan una continuacion sobre la ira y los mitos de parejas. Hola Bloomington-Hola Hombres.  Hosts Erick and Sira Gutierrez continue with the conversation regarding myths about couples and communication.

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Kite Line- December 22, 2017: Rightlessness

This week we speak with Naomi Paik about her 2016 book, Rightlessness. Her work addresses the most pressing contemporary issues, drawing together the brutal state of exception imposed on Haitian and Muslim prisoners in Guantanamo with the historical experience of Japanese internment camps and the current anti-immigrant drive. She focuses on the spaces – whether prisons, concentration camps, or immigrant …

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