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WFHB Top Albums This Week – 2.21.17

1. Soul Scratch- Pushing Fire 2. Nikki Lane – Highway Queen 3. Jesca Hoop – Memories Are Now 4. Gabriel Garzon-Montano – Jardin 5. Aurelio – Darandi 6. Son Volt – Notes of Blue 7. Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau – Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau 8. Japandroids – Near To The Wild Heart Of Life 9. Jim Krause & …

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Daily Local News – February 22, 2017

Monroe County Plan Commission members heard from local residents last night while considering a rezoning request for the property once known as the Short Stop Gas Station; The Monroe County Commissioners are hiring an appraiser to conduct a financial impact study on the city of Bloomington’s proposed annexation of nearly 10,000 acres of County land; The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is …

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Arts Interchange – Such Stuff: Henry Woronicz on The Tempest

If we are such stuff as dreams are made on…is anything real outside the mind? Henry Woronicz, the Director of IU Theatre’s production of The Tempest, attempts an answer. This weekend IU Theatre will open the production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest which will feature acrobatic aerial silk work and a female actor playing the “Salvage” Islander Caliban*. For this “Arts …

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Interchange – The Tragic Birth of Black Populism

Born out of necessity, out of self-protection and preservation, Black Populism’s story is equal parts inspiring and heartbreaking. Last week Thea Riofrancos joined us to try to distinguish Populism in terms of its political character–on the Left and on the Right. Today, we’ll take a look at the development and destruction of Black Populism in the post-bellum South, discovering the …

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IN Nature – Cerulean Warbler

The Cerulean Warbler is a small songbird with a severely declining population. They can be found in Indiana. Find out more about these birds in this episode of IN Nature, produced by Eco-Report’s Julianna Dailey.

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Interchange – Populism Against the “Center”

Today our guest, Thea Riofrancos, suggests populism is the not the problem, as so many in the “center” (left and right) fear, but the answer to the decades-long program of neoliberal policies that have created a politically disengaged citizenry. But what flavor of populism? On the left, populism lays bare the class antagonisms that already structure social, economic, and political …

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Saturday’s Child with KAIA

Bloomington world music acapella group, Kaia joined us at Saturday’s Child February 11. Kaia is a vocal and percussion ensemble located in Bloomington. The all-female group performs world music in over 25 languages and a wide variety of vocal styles.    

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Kite Line: February 10, 2017- Education in Prison, Part Two

We return to the topic of education within the prison system. After some prison news, we hear a statement written by someone who taught in prisons in the Midwest. Then we return to Micol Seigel’s discussion with Jarrod Wall, who tells us about getting a degree while incarcerated, and the effects/benefits of education while incarcerated, based on his personal experience- …

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Local Live – Cool Ranch

Cool Ranch band members are Elliot Denning on bass and lead vocals, Tom Denning on guitar, and Greg Moore on drums and backing vocals. The band refers to its music as snackwave or psychedelic pop-punk. In their own words, they play “catchy melodies played loudly with a lot of snazzy guitar effects.” 1.) Party Song 2.) User Friendly Fire 3.) …

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WFHB News Seeks Live Broadcast Engineers

Do you want to be a part of live radio news? The WFHB News Department has several openings for volunteer broadcast engineers to help with BloomingOUT, the Daily Local News and Eco Report. Engineers run the board during live news and public affairs broadcasts, read scheduled underwriting announcements, weather, and station identification. They edit shows after broadcast and post stories …

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