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Interchange – Anthony Arnove

Host Andy Mahler interviews Bloomington native Anthony Arnove, co-editor of “Voices of a People’s History of the United States.” Learn about the Bloomington staging of a dramatic reading of excerpts from that project, Arnove’s new book, “Iraq: The Logic of Withdrawal”, prospects for peace in the Middle East, progressive social change here at home, his path from Bloomington through Boston …

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Interchange – John Hamilton, Danise Alano – Bloomington Commission on Sustainability

Host Mylo Roze conducts a year-in-review of the first year of existence for the Bloomington Commission on Sustainability with commission chair John Hamilton and the city’s Assistant Director of Economic Development Danise Alano. We focus on the commission’s progress so far and their primary goals for the future. Topics include economic empowerment, environmental ethics, social equity, economic development, ecological design, …

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Interchange – Steve Ferguson – Cook Group

Host Andy Mahler welcomes Cook Group chairman Steve Ferguson for a conversation about the Cook Group’s $380 million casino and historic hotel renovation project in French Lick and West Baden. We also discuss his forty year friendship with Cook Group founder Bill Cook, his life in the Hoosier State, his historic homestead farm in Lawrence County and his involvement in …

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Interchange – Franklin Andrew, Lee Jones

Spend an hour talking politics with the local heads of the primary political parties. In the first segment News Director Chad Carrothers finds out more about Monroe County Republican Party Chairman Franklin Andrew, how he assumed party leadership, what the party does, and Republican candidates in key local races like county council, commissioner and judge. In segment two meet Lee …

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Interchange – Elliot Sperling – Central Eurasian Studies

Host Lisa Morrison interviews Elliot Sperling, chair of Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University. His current research interest is Tibetan history and Sino-Tibetan relations. His current projects include articles on Tangut-Tibetan relations and Ming-Tibetan relations. A scholar and world traveler, Mr. Sperling shares stories about his early ventures in New York City circa 1970. Sperling takes us from the “Woodstock” …

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Interchange – Indiana Holistic Health Network’s

Host Mylo Roze talks with organizers and participants from the Indiana Holistic Health Network’s upcoming Wellness Expo. The program starts off with Patricia C. Coleman, President of the Green Dove Network, the parent organization of the IHHN speaking about the beginnings of that organization and its relationship with the Center for Sustainable Living as a project incorporated under CSL’s umbrella …

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Interchange – Steve Akers, Lucille Bertuccio – Simply Bioneers

Host Andy Mahler is joined by two of the principal organizers of this year’s Simply Bioneers Conference – Steve Akers, Associate Director for Environmental Operations within Indiana University’s Residential Programs and Services, and Lucille Bertuccio, president of the Center for Sustainable Living. The Simply Bioneers Conference will run from October 20-22 and features three days of presentations, offered via satellite, …

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Interchange – John Brunicon – Culture in Bloomington

A special two-part edition with host John Brunicon profiles two events endemic to culture in Bloomington: the Lotus World Music and Arts Festival and the “Hilly Hundred” bicycle race. In the first half-hour Brunicon is joined by Joe Anderson of Hilly Hundred, to talk about this weekend’s event. Joe discusses what it takes to put on a two-day, hundred-mile race …

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Interchange – Abbey Friedman, Joanne Stebbins

Host Mylo Roze speaks with two volunteer activists, Abbey Friedman of Boxcar Books & Community Center and Joanne Stebbins of the Midwest Pages to Prisoners Project. Issues adressed include incarceration, rehabilitation, recidivism, education, prisoner advocacy, class, race and mental illness. Also covered are good statistics about the criminal justice system for different types of offenders and the percentages of our …

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Interchange – Malcolm Abrams – Bloom magazine

Host Mike Conway spends an hour with Malcolm Abrams, editor and publisher of the new Bloom magazine, celebrating life in Bloomington with smartly-written articles and amazing art direction. Abrams talks about how he came to Bloomington and why he decided to start a magazine here. Abrams has more than 30 years of magazine experience and worked out of New York …

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