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Hola Bloomington – September 16, 2016

En el programa de hoy Israel Herrera y Ricardo Bello entrevistan dos artistas que van a tocar para el Lotus Festival este ano, Palenke Soultribe de Colombia y Adonis de Cuba. Palenke nos habla sobre el significado de su grupo y como empezaron a experimentar con su musica. Nos habla sobre su concierto en Europa y la musica que van …

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Eco Report – September 15, 2016

EcoReport 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 eco-related …

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Interchange – Let’s Get It On…with Amy Rose Spiegel


Amy Rose Spiegel joins us to talk about talking about sex, Helen Gurley Brown, and her favorite episode of The Golden Girls. Marvin Gaye writes in the liner notes to his 1973 classic Let’s Get It On: I can’t see anything wrong with sex between consenting anybodies. I think we make far too much of it. After all, one’s genitals …

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bloomingOUT – Shane Windmeyer – September 15, 2016

On tonight’s episode, join anchors JP and Ryne as they welcome Executive Director of Campus Pride, Shane Windmeyer, to the show. Campus Pride is a nonprofit organization that helps collegiate campuses around the country create safer environments for LGBTQ+ students, and spread awareness about discrimination in the college environment. More information can be found on the Campus Pride website: campuspride.org. …

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Kite Line – September 9, 2016: The National Prison Strike


In this episode, we focus on the September 9th National Prison Strike. We hear the Free Alabama Movement’s initial call for the strike, learn a bit about prison labor and Whole Foods, get an update on Siddique Hasan’s ongoing hunger strike, and talk with people involved in organizing against a proposed prison in Letcher County, Kentucky.

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Daily Local News – September 15, 2016

Bloomington Police announced this afternoon that they made an arrest in connection with a rape and burglary that was reported last week; In their meeting last night, Bloomington City Council members reviewed nearly $20 million worth of projects to be funded by reissuing some of the City’s existing bonds; Monroe County Council gave its approval for the county to borrow …

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Big Talk w/ Michael Glab: Danielle Urschel

The Bloomington Print Collective is a center for print artists to share tools and expertise and for the public to get fine art printing done or even T-shirts silk-screened. Co-founder Danielle Urschel joins Michael Glab on this week’s edition of Big Talk. Danielle discovered Bloomington as a teenager, taking road trips down this way from northern Indiana with friends. She …

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Hola Bloomington- September 9,2016

En nuestra programa de hoy Maria Auxi Viloria y Valeria De Castro entrevistaron a Ozzy de Santiago sobre su trabajo con la clinica Voluntarios en Medicina (VIM). Nos platica sobre los servicios que VIM ofrece, como el ayuda la comunidad y como uno puede ser para recibir ayuda de VIM. On today’s show Maria Auxi Viloria and Valeria DeCastro interviewed …

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EcoFeature – Patrick Gonzalez, Principal Climate Change Scientist for the National Park Service; Pt. 1

In today’s Eco Report Feature, correspondent Norm Holy interviews Patrick Gonzalez, the Principal Climate Change Scientist of the National Park Service. This is the fist of a two-part interview. We will bring you the second half of the discussion next week.

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Daily Local News – September 14, 2016

Food Insecurity is down across the United States — but it’s up in Indiana; The Indiana Supreme Court deliberated yesterday about whether police departments operated by private universities should be held to the same open records requirements as other departments; Candidates for the Indiana General Assembly recently heard an earful about the growing challenges facing the caregiver industry for aging …

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