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Daily Local News – March 23, 2015

Local organizations have begun collecting camping gear for homeless residents who will soon be without access to a low-barrier shelter; A former employee at the city of Bloomington is waiting on a federal court to decide his fate after pleading guilty to 11 counts of wire fraud; In a separate case of alleged embezzlement at the city of Bloomington, a …

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Books Unbound – “Lost Borders” by Mary Hunter Austin, Part 2

In the interconnected story cycle of “Lost Borders,” Mary Hunter Austin challenges the masculine myths of the American West through the perspective of a feminist and conservationist. Austin was an ailing transplant from the Midwest who began to thrive personally and artistically in the desert landscape among the spiritual and expressive traditions of Native peoples. Although she published thirty-one books, …

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Hola Bloomington – March 30, 2015

Hola Bloomington – March 20, 2015 Hola Bloomington’s hosts Israel Herrera and Mónica Hernández host a special segment “Un Cafecito con… Participants of the Annual Song Festival.” The hosts interview Tomas Lozano, Juan Rojas and Valeria de Castro and showcase their music. Los locutores de Hola Bloomington Israel Herrera y Mónica Hernández albergan un segmento especial de “Un Cafecito con.. …

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bloomingOUT – March 19, 2014

Join co-host Ryne Shadday as he interviews co-host Erica Dorsey and producer Olivia Davidson about their backgrounds and involvement with the show. We also hear another episode of the weekly segment “Out on Campus” along with calendar events and news. Hosts – Ryne Shadday and Erica Dorsey Executive Producer – Joe Crawford Producer – Olivia Davidson Script Coordinator – Hayley …

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EcoReport – Jim Nelson: The Choral Reefs of Florida and the Caribbean, Part 2

In today’s EcoReport, we bring you part two of an interview with Jim Nelson, in which he discusses the condition of coral reefs in Florida and the Caribbean.

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EcoReport – March 19, 2015

In today’s EcoReport, we bring you part two of an interview with Jim Nelson, in which he discusses the condition of coral reefs in Florida and the Caribbean. 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 …

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Spring Peepers

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Standing Room Only – Native American Church

On February 27th, the Mathers Museum of World Culture hosted Daniel Swan, Curator of Ethnology at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History at University of Oklahoma, to speak of the musical instruments used in Native American Church. Swan says that the musical instruments used in Peyotism provide an important opportunity to consider the role of material culture and music …

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Interchange – Forbearance and Fighting: Parsing Jihad and Martyrdom

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Host Doug Storm is joined by Asma Afsaruddin to discuss her book Striving in the Path of God: Jihad and Martyrdom in Islamic Thought. In her essay “Inventing ‘Jihad‘,” Afsaruddin writes: Privileging the legal literature above other kinds of literature—particularly the exegetical literature on the Qur’an and ethical treatises—in discussions of jihad almost inevitably leads to the conclusion that it …

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Bring It On! – March 16, 2015

William Hosea and Beverly Calender-Anderson welcome Gary, IN Mayor Karen Freeman- Wilson. PART ONE On tonight’s show, William and Beverly welcome Gary, IN Mayor Karen Freeman- Wilson. She join us, by phone, reflect on the successes of her first term in office and the progress made towards implementing a path for Gary’s prosperity and opportunity and a look ahead to …

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