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Daily Local News – May 26, 2016

Last night the Bloomington City Council had its first public conversation about whether to support a new local income tax; Indiana University filed a lawsuit yesterday challenging fetal tissue regulation in House Enrolled Act 1-3-3-7; An Indiana healthcare facility has been targeted with ransomware in recent weeks. FEATURE Today we bring you a new episode of the Hijabi Diaries, a …

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Standing Room Only– Building a Thriving and Compassionate Community Presents “The Raising of America”

On Sunday, May 22 a panel of experts met to watch the documentary “The Raising of America” and discuss the state of childcare in the United States. “The Raising of America” discusses investing in our nation’s parents as well as our children, and how America can improve the quality and the cost of childcare to make it affordable to all. …

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Interview with Adam Casey, Manager of the Lake Lemon Conservancy – EcoReport Feature – May 26, 2016

In today’s EcoReport feature, Norm Holy interviews Adam Casey, manager of the Lake Lemon Conservancy. They discuss the history of the conservancy, lake dredging, and weed management.

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EcoReport – May 26, 2016

In today’s EcoReport feature, Norm Holy is interviewing Adam Casey, manager of the Lake Lemon Conservancy. They will be discussing the history of the conservancy, lake dredging, and weed management. EcoReport 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 …

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Daily Local News – May 25, 2016

05/25/16 An IU professor presented findings yesterday about why local residents did or did not support a plan to kill deer in the Griffy Woods in 2015; Registration for the Indiana Kids’ Election opened on May 4. Since then, nearly 400 schools have signed up for the program; Seniors in Indiana are not signing up for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance …

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Better Beware – Travel Scams

‘Tis the season to get out and get going, and if you’re traveling here are some nasty tricks people play on out-of-towners.

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Citizens Suing for Transparency on Anti-Solar Bill

Last month the Indiana Supreme Court handed down a ruling that dismayed many open government advocates. The Court ruled that Indiana legislators have the legal right to keep some public records secret. The records in question surround what some called the Anti-Solar Bill. That bill was introduced in 2015 would have reduced the financial incentives for homeowners to install solar …

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Interchange – Pitching Poetry: Recalculating Charles Bernstein

Susan Bee, Recalculating, 2010. Oil on linen, 16 x 20 inches. Courtesy of the artist and A.I.R. Gallery.

This show features the most recent work of Charles Bernstein, the inestimable Charles Bernstein, to whom I might append title, à la James Brown, “the hardest working man in poetry.” Which is just to say, Charles Bernstein walks and talks the walk and talk. If you know anything about poetry since the 1980s you must know at least something of …

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Profiles: Local Martial Artist Arlo Welty

Local martial artist Arlo Welty has learned a lot from years of teaching and training. Martial arts teaches him how to balance business and family, and when to use caution or take risks. Indiana University student and reporter Sarah Whaley brings us his story.

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The Ins and Outs of Money – Your Voices: Surviving as an Artist

Three artists share their stories of how they make ends meet as full-time self-employed creatives.

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