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Brown County Hour – Episode #33 – December 7, 2014

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Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Pam Raider, Vera Grubbs, Rick Fettig & Jeff Foster. First aired Sunday, December 7, 2014 at 9 AM on WFHB ☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour: Musical guest Kenan Rainwater talks about his recent CD, As The River Flows, produced by the Reverend Peyton, and we hear selected tunes from the project Kenan Rainwater Director of Mother’s Cupboard Sherry …

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Books Unbound – “Short, With a Wicked Tongue and Long Legs,” Episode Two: “The Life of Lazarillo de Tormes” and “The Cloak” by Gogol

“Short, With a Wicked Tongue and Long Legs” is the second of a three-part of classic short satiric fiction. This week, the conclusion of The Life of Lazarillo de Tormes, His Fortunes and Misfortunes, an early Spanish novella published anonymously and officially banned during the Inquisition, followed by the first part of “The Cloak” by Russian master Nikolai Gogol. Both stories …

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Hola Bloomington – December 5, 2014

Los locutores de HOLA Bloomington Maria Auxiliadora Viloria y Araceli Gómez-Aldana hablan del arte y la cultura Latina con invitado especial Giancarlo Huapaya de Cardboard House Press. Además,una entrevista sobre la obra “En el agua roja y marrón” que debuto hoy y correrá hasta diciembre 13. Hola Bloomington’s hosts Maria Auxiliadora Viloria and Araceli Gómez-Aldana talk about art and Latino …

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“We all deserve respect”


Voices from the Rally Against Injustice hosted by the Indiana University Black Student Union Thursday evening.

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Rally Against Injustice – Slideshow


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EcoReport – Karst Farm Greenway

In today’s EcoReport feature, we hear about the new Karst Farm Greenway, a trail on the west side of Bloomington.

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Food-cart Fiasco

The Bloomington City Council is still struggling with how to regulate food trucks. The Council debated eight separate amendments to the proposed rules governing mobile vendors at a meeting last night. City staff put forward the original draft of the regulations, which establish where and when the vendors can operate and set limits on how much noise they can make. …

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Rally against injustice

The Indiana University Black Student Union is hosting a “rally against injustice” this evening at Showalter fountain, just one day after protesters in New York City shut down the West Side Highway and disrupted the Rockefeller Center Lighting ceremony in reaction to a grand jury decision not to indict Officer Daniel Pataleo for the death of Eric Garner – the …

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Daily Local News – December 4, 2014

Governor Mike Pence delivered his education agenda this morning, looking ahead to the start of the 2015 legislative long-session which he termed the “education session.” Pence stressed his support for vouchers and charter schools, boasting that in the four years since it was enacted, the Indiana school voucher program has become the largest in the country, serving nearly 30,000 students; …

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Home, Family and Food: Bloomington’s Holiday Traditions

The holidays are upon us, and whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukah, or Kwanzaa this month, we all have our own unique family traditions. ‘Tis for joy and reflection, so we hit the streets of Bloomington to ask local residents about your favorite part of the holidays and your family traditions

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