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Farmer’s Market Customers, Vendors Complaining About Parking

The Bloomington Farmers Market saw record attendance last year, despite having fewer participating vendors. That’s according to Cathy Aiken, chair of the Farmer’s Market Advisory Council. In a report to the Bloomington Parks Board yesterday, Aiken said vendors are also reporting their customer complain about parking availability. Aiken went on to report the advisory council did not agree to a …

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Firehouse Follies – Fireheads & Tales – June 2nd

The WFHB Firehouse Follies invites you to our special, star-studded summer show, Fireheads and Tales, to be presented Sunday June 2nd at the Ivy Tech Waldron Whikehart Auditorium from 4 to 6 p.m. This show features David Ossman and Phil Proctor, now known as “What’s Left of the Firesign Theatre,” as well as Gary Sandy of WKRP in Cincinnati and …

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Women’s Reproductive Rights Activists Rally Downtown

Hundreds turned out across the state this afternoon for the Stop the Bans rally, against state pushes for anti-abortion legislation. Dozens of local residents and community activists gathered on the Monroe County Courthouse Square, in downtown Bloomington.  Indivisible Bloomington & 9th District, IN and the Monroe County National Organization for Women hosted this afternoon’s rally. At this afternoon’s rally, Monroe …

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Suspect Charged in Hit-and-Run Death

Edit: The previous copy of this story stated the Go Fund Me was set up for one child and Brooks’ current girlfriend. After clarification, that fundraiser is expected to be distributed to all of his children. Flowers and condolences sent to WFHB will be shared with Brooks’ entire family. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Last night, …

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RBB Approves $2 Mil in Edgewood Schools Improvements

Richland Bean Blossom Community School Board approved issuing bonds, as part of funding capital improvements, during their meeting yesterday. More than $2 million in bond financing will go to improvements at Edgewood Primary and Intermediate Schools, and Edgewood’s Early Childhood Center. Public finance consultant with Indianapolis-based law firm Bose McKinney & Evans, Jacob McClellan, told the board the money from …

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Interchange – The Persistence of Patriarchy: An Interview with Carol Gilligan

Carol Gilligan is very well-known for having authored the influential feminist classic In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women’s Development published in 1982. This centered on a critique of the then current theories of moral development which literally excluded the study of girls and women and simply assumed studying boys and men would suffice to give the whole picture. …

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WFHB AIRPLAY REPORT 5 21 19

1. JV’s Boogaloo Squad – Going To Market 2. JJ Cale – Roll On 3. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Fishing For Fishies 4. Esperanza Spalding – 12 Little Spells 5. Hama Sankare – Niafunke 6. Budos Band – V 7. Apparat – LP5 8. Angel Corpus Christi – The Real Angel Corpus Christi 9. Dexter Story – …

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ArtBeat – Ep. 1: Patricia Cole – Living Waters

Welcome to ArtBeat, with Dr. Filiz Cicek! In today’s episode, Patricia Cole speaks with Dr. Cicek about the Living Waters exhibit. The exhibit focuses on water, water quality, and includes a panel discussion at the I Fell Gallery, in Bloomington, on April 21.

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Bring It On – May 20, 2019

Bring It On contributors and Associate Professors Amrita Myers and Jacinda Townsend speak about the history of police forces in the United States, in the light of the latest release of footage from Sandra Bland’s arrest. Bland was a 28 year-old African-American woman who was found hanged in a jail cell in Waller Co, TX, on July 13, 2015, three …

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Abortion Ban Opponents Staging Rally in Bloomington

Opponents of Alabama’s total abortion ban are staging a rally in downtown Bloomington, tomorrow. The “Stop the Bans Bloomington: Rally and Reproductive Justice Fair” is sponsored by Indivisible Bloomington, and the Monroe County National Organization for Women. Tomorrow’s rally takes place from noon to 2 p.m. at the Monroe County Courthouse Square, in downtown Bloomington. Monroe County Now’s Reproductive Justice …

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