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Interchange – Breshaun Joyner – Bloomington Playwrights Project

Host Lisa Morrison talks with Breshaun Joyner, Education Director for the Bloomington Playwrights Project. Ms. Joyner, a BPP member since 1991, is an award-winning drama teacher whose work with youth-oriented theatre programs has gained national attention. In this interview, she recounts some of her experiences working with the theatre, gives us a brief history of the BPP, and looks forward …

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Interchange – W. William Weeks – Indiana University Conservation Law Clinic

Host Andy Mahler is joined in the studio by author and attorney W. William Weeks, director of the new Indiana University Conservation Law Clinic. This clinic located in the new building at the corner of 4th and Indiana in Bloomington will give Indiana University law students hands on experience in research, administration, litigation, drafting of legislation and other advocacy tools …

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Interchange – Jeff Mease

Host Lisa-Marie Napoli interviews Jeff Mease, longtime Bloomington resident, and founder and co-owner of One World Enterprises (including Pizza Express, Lennie’s and Bloomington Brewing Company). Jeff discusses the inspiration and start-up of his restaurant operations, his approach to healthy organizational values, the history of the craft brewing industry, local beer and its impact on the community and environment, and the …

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Interchange – Tim Baer, Christine Glaser

Host Mylo Roze interviews two organizers of the Bloomington Peace Action Coalition (BPAC). Timothy Baer starts off with some background of the inception of the organization & details the types of activities, campaigns & action events BPAC has engaged in up to the present. Christine Glaser expresses her own motivations for becoming involved with the peace movement & then both …

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Interchange – Jim Hart, Hal Taylor

Host Marti Crouch talks with Jim Hart, Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies and Hal Taylor, retired Priest and Psychologist about their work with Citizens for Effective Justice. Although the Monroe County Jail is often in the news because of negative issues, such as overcrowding or health care problems, there are some encouraging recent developments at the jail. Citizens for Effective …

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Interchange – Kallim Jamal Stewart

Host Andy Mahler is joined in the studio by home-schooled and Bloomington-raised athlete and musician Kallim Jamal Stewart. Known to friends and family as “KJ”, nineteen-year-old Stewart is making a name for himself as a tennis player, having been ranked number one in the nation for his age group prior to enrolling at the University of California, Berkeley. He is …

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Interchange – Greg Raisman, BTOP

Host Mylo Roze speaks with members of Bloomington Transportation Options for People (BTOP) and Oregon-based transportation consultant Greg Raisman from the Portland Department of Transportation. BTOP founder Buff Brown & BTOP member Bill Hayden start off the program and Greg jumps in a litttle later with national statistics and insights into the paradigm shift and infrastructural changes implemented in Portland …

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Interchange – Jeffrey Miller – Caldwell Center for Culture and Ecology

Host Lisa-Marie Napoli interviews Jeffrey Miller, Director of the new Caldwell Center for Culture and Ecology. We discuss the life and inspiration of former Professor Emeritus Lynton Caldwell of Indiana University. His vision was about “relationships with the natural environment” and the essence of this idea is being carried through the Center via a curriculum, in collaboration with Bloomington’s Harmony …

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Interchange – Steve Higgs

Host Andy Mahler is joined in the studio by journalist, author, and IU journalism instructor Steve Higgs for our annual year-end review. Steve Higgs is the publisher of both the Bloomington Alternative and the electronic Indiana Environmental Report. We discuss the stories and events that have affected life in Bloomington and south-central Indiana over the past year, including the major …

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Interchange – Chris Soghoian

Does the government’s “no-fly” list make air travel any safer? Do other supposed “security measures” really protect us from terrorists? Host Chad Carrothers spends an hour with Chris Soghoian, the Bloomington grad student who drew national attention when he set up a website that allowed visitors to print fake Northwest Airlines boarding passes in an effort to expose flaws in …

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