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Daily Local News – March 31, 2015

More than 800 people have RSVP’d to attend a rally this afternoon in Karst Farm Park protesting Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act; The organization Healthy Monroe County is sponsoring an event to inform Hoosiers on the current effect of PCBs in our community; A group formed to support entrepreneurs in Bloomington is releasing a web portal it calls ‘the Switchboard.’; …

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Interchange – Ukraine: 25 Years of Revolution


Over the past year Americans have been hearing about the escalating conflict in Ukraine as a story of separatist movement stoked by Russian expansionism under Putin. The human cost of the partisan war as of February 2015 is sobering. According to the UN, 5,700 people have been killed; 14,000 wounded. Meanwhile, 5.2 million Ukrainian people are living in conflict areas; …

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Books Unbound – “Lost Borders” by Mary Hunter Austin, Part 3

“Lost Borders” by Mary Hunter Austin continues with interconnected stories about the American West from a feminist and conservationist perspective. Austin’s settings and subject matter may be familiar from Hollywood westerns, but she challenges masculinist myths of dominance and exploitation. Although she was a prolific and highly regarded writer at the time of her death in 1934, nearly all her …

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Bring It On! – March 30, 2015

Beverly Calender-Anderson and Doris Sims welcome Valeri Haughton-Motley, Chanelle Fox and Kimberly Owens. PART ONE On tonight’s show, Beverly and Doris welcome the Honorable Valeri Haughton-Motley. Recently named Bloomington’s Woman of the Year for 2015, she has been the presiding judge of Monroe Circuit Court VIII for six years. She joins us to discuss the honor and her many other …

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Activate! – Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard: Patrick Siney


Patrick Siney, a volunteer for Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard and many other local non-profits, discusses opportunities at “The Hub” and talks about how volunteering has made a huge difference in his life. Also, ways for you to connect your talents to non-profits in our community through volunteering from the City of Bloomington Volunteer Network. LINKS Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard New Hope Family …

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Audra McDonald Performing at Indiana University

Six time Tony Award winner, Audra McDonald will be performing at the Indiana University Auditorium next Thursday as part of her 32-city concert tour. McDonald has performed in numerous Broadway productions such as Porgy and Bess, Carousel and A Raisin In the Sun. She has also appeared in several operas, including City of Mahagonny, for which she won two Grammys. …

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National Criticism Drawn to Indiana Over Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Governor Mike Pence has officially cancelled a trip to Bloomington as he continues to deal with fallout from the passage of the so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Pence had been scheduled to speak at a dinner tomorrow night sponsored by the Monroe County Republican Party, but this afternoon the chairman of the Local Republicans, Steve Hogan, confirmed Pence called off …

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Daily Local News – March 30, 2015

Indiana has drawn nationwide criticism for a bill that effectively legalizes discrimination; Officials in the state of Indiana are still looking for ways to contain and prevent the spread of a recent HIV outbreak; Six time Tony Award winner, Audra McDonald will be sharing her talents at the Indiana University Auditorium on April 7th at 8:00 p.m. as part of …

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Hola Bloomington – March 25, 2015

Los locutores de HOLA Bloomington Luz López y Minerva Sosa hablan con abogada de inmigración Christie Popp sobre DACA, DAPA y la reforma migratoria. Además, se habla sobre la nueva ley en Indiana que a causado controversia. Hola Bloomington’s Luz Lopez and Minerva Sosa interview immigration lawyer Christie Popp. They talk about DACA, DAPA and immigration reform. In addition, they …

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“Visions of Rwanda” exhibited at Indiana University

The creators of an exhibit at Indiana University are hoping to give viewers a more complex understanding of Rwanda. Correspondent Amanda Marino has that story for today’s WFHB community report.

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