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Hola Bloomington – April 24, 2015

Los locutores de HOLA Bloomington entrevistan a estudiantes Latinos de la universidad de Indiana que se gradúan en mayo. Hablan de sus experiencias en la universidad y cómo podemos aumentar la cantidad de estudiantes Latinos que asisten y se gradúan de la universidad. Hola Bloomington hosts interview Latino students that will graduate from Indiana University in May. They discuss the …

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bloomingOUT – April 23, 2015

Tonight, our hosts Jeff Poling and Ryne Shadday interview comedian Erin Foley about her show at the Comedy Attic next week. We also hear Jeff Jewel’s conversation with John Linnemeier, our third and final interview with this year’s mayoral candidates. Our music for tonight was Blue Collar Man by Styx. The bloomingOUT staff would like to give a special thanks …

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Filmmaker Hildegard Keller on Annemarie Mahler

A documentary film that will play this Sunday at the IU Cinema at 6:30 portrays local artist and scholar Annemarie Mahler. Mahler was born in Vienna in 1926, and has been a resident of Bloomington since 1957. It is an intimate conversation with herself and her dog that unfolds in front of the camera. Doug Storm interviewed the film’s creator, …

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Daily Local News – April 23, 2015

The state government is pitching in $60,000 to help Monroe County win an energy conservation prize; The Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department is hosting what it calls a Dog Walk and Pooch Party this weekend on the north side of town; U.S. Senator Dan Coats, of Indiana, renewed his call today for a repeal of the medical device tax that …

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Voices in the Street – Earth Day today and into the future: How Green is your Routine?

Yesterday was Earth Day and was recognized by over 190 countries worldwide.  While earthfriendliness is encouraged globally on this one day, some people celebrate the Earth everyday.  In today’s edition of Voices in the Street, we asked your friends and neighbors what they did to celebrate earth day and also what they think Earth Day might look like over the …

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EcoReport – April 23, 2015

In today’s EcoReport feature, Bob Kissell talks to Dan and Tom Weber about the history and process of making maple syrup. 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 …

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EcoReport – Making Maple Syrup

Bob Kissell talks to Dan and Tom Weber about the history and process of making maple syrup.

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IN Nature – Peony

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Better Beware! – Car Wraps

A lovely little scam going the rounds offers to pay suckers for putting advertising on their cars. But it ends up working the other way around!

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The State Is Offering Energy Consumption Grants To Religious Institutions

Five new religious congregations have received state grants to reduce their energy consumption. A press release from the Center for Sustainable Living says these five new congregations will seek to reduce their energy use by 25 to 40 percent. The 100,000 dollar grant was awarded by the Indiana Office of Energy Development and will be split between five congregations. The …

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