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bloomingOUT – “Busted in Bloomington” – October 5, 2017

Join producer Ryne Shadday and anchor Grace Thumser as they welcome authors of “Busted in Bloomington” Greg and Candy Dawson. The book centers on a Bloomington High School English teacher Chuck Walls who was forced to hide his homosexuality because of the taboos that surrounded being gay at the time but it also discusses the history of the LGBT community …

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Daily Local News – October 5, 2017

Completion of the Animal Shelter’s expansion and renovations have now been pushed back to early March; the Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasive Management and the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service have agreed to develop a local grass-root organization; The Bloomington City Council voiced unanimously to support a proposed agreement between the city and the Cook Group. FEATURE Amanda Barge is a …

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Big Talk! w/ Michael Glab: Amanda Barge

Amanda Barge is a first-term Monroe County Commissioner. After winning the 2016 Democratic primary, she went on to win in last November’s general election despite the Republican Party’s statewide sweep. A licensed, practicing social worker and therapist, she’s already made news in her leadership roles in Rise to Run, a national effort to get more women on the ballot, and …

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Voices in the Street: “Construction downtown: Is it a curse or a blessing?”

If one walks or drives around downtown Bloomington one cannot help but notice that new buildings are sprouting like mushrooms after a rain. And one also starts to wonder whether this is a good or a bad thing. We have asked your friends and neighbors about their thoughts regarding downtown construction.

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Eco Report Feature – October 05,2017

Eco Report’s Norm Holly interviews Richard Hardy, professor of Biology at Indiana University, about how mosquito and other vector-borne diseases are impacted by climate change.

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Eco Report-October 05, 2017

Eco Report is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open discussion of human relationships with nature and the Earth and to encourage you to take personal responsibility for the world in which we live. Each program features timely …

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Daily Local News – October 4, 2017

Obstacles to both funding and design of an affordable housing apartment complex in Bloomington are pushing its completion date into late 2019. A Bloomington developer’s plans to build a second apartment complex on South Walnut Street have been put on hold. FEATURE: 24th Lotus Festival Brings Lots of Love: The 42nd annual Lotus Festival wrapped up this past weekend, bringing …

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24th Lotus Festival Brings Lots of Love

The 42nd annual Lotus Festival wrapped up this past weekend, bringing artists from all over the world to downtown Bloomington. WFHB Correspondent Jada Lucas spoke with Lotus Developmental Director Megan Hutchinson, about Lotus’ diversity or artists and opinions.

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Cryptocurrency

Bitcoins — and their ever-more-numerous fellows — are a new kind of money, and they offer new kinds of opportunities for the same old crooks. Watch out!

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Interchange – The Evolution of AIDS

Human hands unwittingly unleashed the AIDS epidemic and can now overcome it, if we learn the lessons of the past. This week on Interchange guest host Joan Hawkins welcomes James Kelly of IU’s Media School discuss the evolution of AIDS, from its origins in the equatorial forests of Cameroon to its outbreak in the 1980s to the efforts currently being …

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