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Bring It On! – January 4, 2016

Clarence Boone and William Hosea welcome retiring four-term City of Bloomington Clerk, Regina Moore. PART ONE Clarence Boone and William Hosea welcome retiring four-term City of Bloomington Clerk, Regina Moore. Ms. Moore discusses her tenure as clerk and her recruitment initiatives aimed at filling City boards and commissions with a diverse group of citizens. In her own words, she shared …

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Whooping Cranes

Today’s EcoReport Holiday Special features a 3 part interview with Operation Migration Co-founder Joe Duff, as he talks about their experimental Migration training for Whooping Cranes using Ultra-light aircraft, and the future for their experimental Crane re-introduction program. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional …

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EcoReport -Holiday Special- December 25, 2015

Today’s EcoReport Holiday Special features an essay by Jeff Tryon entitled “Everybody’s Forest, the trees we own in common.” . This was broadcast as part of the December installment of WFHB’s Brown County Hour. Then we have excerpts of Lucille and Mary Bertuccio’s readings from Lucille’s Book of Essays- Au Natural-. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage …

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Firehouse Follies – “Negotiating The Santa Clause”

The Winter 2015 Firehouse Follies, “Negotiating the Santa Clause,” was performed on Dec. 13 in the Waldron Auditorium. Special musical guest was Chicago singer/songwriter Michael Peter Smith, and the show also featured the WFHB Gospel Gurlz and our band the Firehouse Rounders. We presented a brief history of the building known as the Ivy Tech Waldron Arts Center, celebrating its 100th year, and also went …

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Interchange – The Matter of Black Lives on Interchange in 2015

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Interchange reviews 2015 with a specific look at the programs which detailed the history and present moment of Black lives in the United States of America. We can’t offer highlights from all of these so there are links for you to go to the full programs below. The programs excerpted tonight feature Rhiannon Giddens, Amrita Myers, Amira Davis, Gerald Horne, …

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Top Stories of 2015: A New Mayor in Town

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WFHB is counting down the 10 most significant stories of 2015 as they were reported by our team of more than a hundred citizen journalists. Number 7 on our countdown is “A New Mayor in Town.” All the top elected positions in Bloomington were up for grabs this year – elections were held to select the mayor and all nine …

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Top Stories of 2015: Hospital Headaches

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WFHB is counting down the 10 most significant stories of 2015 as they were reported by our team of more than a hundred citizen journalists. Number 8 on our countdown is “Hospital Headaches.” There’s been talk for years that the IU Health Bloomington Hospital would eventually move out of its space on 2nd street in downtown Bloomington. The hospital purchased …

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Christmas Eve – bloomingOUT – December 24, 2015

The bloomingOUT crew shares Christmas memories and traditions. Executive Producer – Joe Crawford Producer – Olivia Davidson

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EcoReport – December 24, 2015

This week on EcoReport’s Holiday Special, an essay by Jeff Tryon entitled “Everybody’s Forest- the Trees We Own in Common”. This was originally broadcast as part of the December installment of WFHB’s Brown County Hour. Them, excerpts from Lucille and Mary Bertuccios readings from Lucille’s Book of Essays -“Au Natural”.

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Standing Room Only: The Not-So-Private Lives of Hoosiers

On December 2, 2015, the ACLU of Indiana hosted a panel discussion on the intersection of digital security, government surveillance and privacy rights titled “The Not-So-Private Lives of Hoosiers: How Technology Is Threatening Our Privacy.” The four-person panel consisted of Indiana University faculty member Christine Von Der Haar, who has experienced governmental surveillance first-hand, Fred Cate, Vice President for Research …

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