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Bart Everson, former Bloomington resident and editor of Rox, blows smoke during an episode titled "J&B Get Baked."

Bart Everson, From Local TV Slacker-Provocateur to Atheist Religion Author

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This month marks the 25th anniversary of the first episode of Rox, also known as J and B on the Rox, arguably the most controversial show ever to air on public access TV in Bloomington. The program generated outrage and calls for its removal during its hay day in the early and mid 1990s. It has also been one of the most popular programs on Community Access Television Services.

WFHB News Director Joe Crawford caught up with one of the producers of Rox, Bart Everson, who recently returned to Bloomington in support of a new book. We bring you that story now for today’s WFHB community report.

Everson’s book, Spinning in Place, is available at Amazon.com. Most Rox episodes are free to watch at Rox.com.

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