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Interchange – Steve Higgs – Bloomington Alternative

Host Steve Chaplin spends an hour with Steve Higgs, creator, publisher and editor of the Bloomington Alternative, which is celebrating its second anniversary as a twice-monthly free print publication that was originally founded in 2002 as an online news journal. Steve Higgs expounds upon the rich heritage of independent journalism in Bloomington, about his concerns about the state of local …

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Interchange – John Howard – Bloomington Media Arts Group

Host Mylo Roze speaks with John Howard, founder of Bloomington Media Arts Group (BMAG), an Indiana University student organization devoted to facilitating civic engagement, independent alternative media and grassroots learning experiences for students and Bloomington citizens alike. Topics include media consolidation of ownership, the shortcomings of corporate mainstream media, the exciting and empowering potential of new technological innovations, and threats …

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Interchange – Heather Lynn, Michael Simmons – One Book One Bloomington

Host Lisa Morrison facilitates a discussion of the “One Book One Bloomington and Beyond” community literary project with guests Michael Simmons and Heather Lynn. This year One Book One Bloomington and Beyond is partnering with The Big Read, an initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts, to encourage communities to come together to read and discuss “Fahrenheit 451” by …

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Interchange – Dwight Worker

Dwight Worker returns for another lively conversation with host Andy Mahler. Dwight Worker is the award winning Lecturer in the Information Systems Department of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University (he received the Kelley Trustee Excellence in Teaching Award for 2002 and 2003 and been recognized as the Teacher of the Year for the past three years by …

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Interchange – Craig Brenner

Host Lisa-Marie Napoli welcomes Craig Brenner, Special Projects Coordinator for the City of Bloomington’s Community and Family Resources Department. He is a key figure in city projects celebrating and advocating diversity in our community, including the annual Martin Luther King Junior birthday celebration and MLK service project program. Brenner is also an accomplished jazz pianist and composer with several albums …

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Interchange – Breshaun Joyner – Bloomington Playwrights Project

Host Lisa Morrison talks with Breshaun Joyner, Education Director for the Bloomington Playwrights Project. Ms. Joyner, a BPP member since 1991, is an award-winning drama teacher whose work with youth-oriented theatre programs has gained national attention. In this interview, she recounts some of her experiences working with the theatre, gives us a brief history of the BPP, and looks forward …

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Interchange – W. William Weeks – Indiana University Conservation Law Clinic

Host Andy Mahler is joined in the studio by author and attorney W. William Weeks, director of the new Indiana University Conservation Law Clinic. This clinic located in the new building at the corner of 4th and Indiana in Bloomington will give Indiana University law students hands on experience in research, administration, litigation, drafting of legislation and other advocacy tools …

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Interchange – Jeff Mease

Host Lisa-Marie Napoli interviews Jeff Mease, longtime Bloomington resident, and founder and co-owner of One World Enterprises (including Pizza Express, Lennie’s and Bloomington Brewing Company). Jeff discusses the inspiration and start-up of his restaurant operations, his approach to healthy organizational values, the history of the craft brewing industry, local beer and its impact on the community and environment, and the …

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Interchange – Tim Baer, Christine Glaser

Host Mylo Roze interviews two organizers of the Bloomington Peace Action Coalition (BPAC). Timothy Baer starts off with some background of the inception of the organization & details the types of activities, campaigns & action events BPAC has engaged in up to the present. Christine Glaser expresses her own motivations for becoming involved with the peace movement & then both …

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Interchange – Jim Hart, Hal Taylor

Host Marti Crouch talks with Jim Hart, Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies and Hal Taylor, retired Priest and Psychologist about their work with Citizens for Effective Justice. Although the Monroe County Jail is often in the news because of negative issues, such as overcrowding or health care problems, there are some encouraging recent developments at the jail. Citizens for Effective …

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