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Books Unbound – The Mulatto

Books Unbound revisits “The Mulatto,” a short story that first appeared in 1837 in an anti-slavery magazine published by free people of color in France. Its author was the 19-year-old Victor Séjour, who had come as a student to Paris from New Orleans. Séjour was a French-speaking person of color whose baptismal record identifies him as a free quadroon. His …

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Public Continues Discussion of Kirkwood Criminal Activity in City Council Chambers

A standing-room-only crowd gathered last night in the Bloomington City Council chambers to discuss recent concerns over crime on Kirkwood Avenue. The forum was a response to the owners of Nick’s English Hut and other downtown businesses who have complained about panhandling, drug use and other behaviors they say are bad for business. City Council member Steve Volan hosted the …

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An Afternoon of Direct Animation this Saturday

The local experimental media group, Burroughs Century Limited, is hosting an Afternoon of Direct Animation this Saturday. The event invites participants to draw designs onto sixteen millimeter film, and then see their art projected as a motion picture film. The event is free, however donations will help pay for the group’s Wounded Galaxy festival, taking place in October. The 5-day …

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Daily Local News – June 11, 2015

Governor Mike Pence took out a full-page advertisement in the Wall Street Journal yesterday to invite companies in Connecticut to move their businesses to Indiana to avoid tax increases in the near future; The South Central Indiana Human Resources Association has recognized the City of Bloomington as its 2015 Employer of the Year; The Ellettsville town council heard a progress …

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EcoReport – June 11, 2015

Community Members Raise Concerns of PCB Contamination. For decades, a group of chemical compounds called PCBs have caused massive problems in Bloomington. In today’s feature, Emily Beck looks in to the current status of PCB contamination in the city.

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EcoReport – Community Members Raise Concerns of PCB Contamination

For decades, a group of chemical compounds called PCBs have caused massive problems in Bloomington. In today’s feature, Emily Beck looks in to the current status of PCB contamination in the city.

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IN Nature – Polyphemus Moth

The Polyphemus Moth is a giant silk moth, with a wingspan up to 6″.

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Daily Local News – June 10, 2015

Indiana has one of the weakest economies in the United States, according to figures released today by the federal Bureau of Economic Analysis; The women’s political organization Emily’s List has announced that Governor Mike Pence is at the top of its twenty-sixteen election cycle targets; Indiana’s  First Church of Cannabis has found a home, despite marijuana use still being illegal in the …

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Better Beware – Weight Loss

Two-thirds of American adults (and way too many kids) need to lose weight, and there are more scammers working this field than perhaps any other. So called “miracle” products are ALL phony!

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New Marijuana Church To Test The Religious Freedom Act

Indiana’s  First Church of Cannabis has found a home, despite marijuana use still being illegal in the state. The new church announced last night it is opening a location on the eastside of  Indianapolis at thirty-four-hundred South Rural Street. The church’s founder, cannabis enthusiast Bill Levin, refers to himself as the Minister of Love and Grand Pooba of the Church. …

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