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Bring It On! – January 5, 2015

William Hosea and Cornelius Wright welcome Leila Randle. PART ONE On the first B.I.O. show of 2015, William and Cornelius welcome Bring It On contributor Leila Randle, a.k.a. the “Savvy Sistah of Shopping!”. She stops by to offer advice that will help our listeners set realistic and attainable goals and resolutions for 2015. PART TWO Headline news and local calendar …

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Brown County Hour – Episode #34 – January 4, 2015

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Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Pam Raider, Vera Grubbs, Rick Fettig & Jeff Foster. First aired Sunday, January 4, 2015 at 9 AM on WFHB ☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour: Musical guest David Bartlett talks about his recent CD, Lead Your Life By A Song, produced by Jeff Foster, and we hear several tunes from the project Cari Ray returns with the second …

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Books Unbound – The Queen of Spades by Alexander Pushkin

“The Queen of Spades” is a mock fairy tale about debt, gambling, guilt and the supernatural—and the deadening effect of money on love. An aging, once-beautiful Countess possesses the secret to a one-time super-win at cards—but at what price? Third in a trilogy of Russian fiction recently read on Books Unbound, “The Queen of Spades” is often considered the best …

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EcoReport – January 1, 2015

Today’s show features highlights from a panel dicussion that followed a showing of the film “Wisdom to Survive”. The film showing and panel dicussion was sponsored by the Center for Sustainable Living and the Applied Community Commons Working Group. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and …

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Bloomington Beware! – Bad News & Good News

The internet is coming to resemble something that happened 100 years ago – World War I. But the good guys are fighting back!

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Glenn Carter June 18, 1963 – December 9, 2014

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Advocates for shelter in Bloomington know Glenn, he has been involved in social justice issues in Bloomington for some time, and began working on a solution for the homeless population during Bloomington’s Occupy movement in People’s Park. Addicts in Bloomington know Glenn as well. After 8 months in the Amethyst house, a drug and alcohol recovery treatment center, Glenn became …

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The Top Stories of 2014: Politics and Development in Downtown Bloomington

Our coverage this evening focuses on the rapid growth of apartments, hotels and other businesses in the heart of Bloomington. We looked back at Mayor Mark Kruzan’s attempts to restrict chain restaurants downtown, Habitat for Humanity’s new subdivision in the B-Line woods, Old National Bank’s plans for Kirkwood Avenue and controversy over giving a tax break to million-dollar penthouses. The …

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Interchange – A Box Within a Box Within a Box: The Riddle of the Raintree

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As I considered making a show to serve as a kind of year in review, I first thought to choose my favorite program from each month of the year, 12 shows, excerpt 3 minutes for flavor, a bit of commentary or set-up. Well, when I got to the month of May and saw three weeks of Raintree County–and remembered my …

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Books Unbound – Storytellers of Immortality: Contemporary World Poetry

An encore presentation of a program that originally aired November 15 for Day of the Imprisoned Writer, featuring poetry in translation from writers around the world who have experienced imprisonment, exile, military occupation, censorship, and other forms of extreme literary suppression. Announcer: Sarah Torbeck Host: Doug Storm • Aron Atabek, “My Throat Will Die” (Tony Brewer) • Tsering Woeser, “A …

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IN Nature – Stinkhorn Mushroom

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