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2015 ELECTION RESULTS: Bloomington and Ellettsville

100% of precincts reporting     CITY OF BLOOMINGTON   Mayor John Hamilton (D): 77% John Turnbull (R): 23%   City Clerk Nicole Bolden (D): 100%   City Council District 1 Chris Sturbaum (D): 67% Dave Nakarado (L): 33% City Council District 2 Dorothy Granger (D): 100% City Council District 3 Allison Chopra (D): 72% Nelson Shaffer (R): 29% City …

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Local Live – Corn Palace

Corn Palace hits the Local Live airwaves for their very first public performance! SONGS 1. Sarah 2. Wanda 3. Dennis 4. Voice Like a Wig 5. All Around Hosted by Jar Turner Engineers: Jim Lang, Dan Withered Produced by Frankie Farrell Executive Producer is Jim Manion

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Interchange – Tracking Subversives: Alan Wald On the Development of the Literary Left

According to my guest, Alan Wald, the aim of the literary radical is “to endow history with meaning.” Literary radicalism is less a noun than a verb….It’s a work in progress, an evolving tradition of activism and commitment obsessed with its own identity. Its orders, its achievements, its efficacy.* We track three “subversives” in our program and offer their work …

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Local Live – Nick Dittmeier and The Sawdusters

Kentucky boys, Nick Dittmeier and The Sawdusters, perform songs from their upcoming and as yet unnamed album. SONGS 1.) Just My Job 2.) Pills, Jesus and War 3.) My True Love 4.) Ever Since You Left Town 5.) Centralia 6.) Heavy on My Mind Hosted by Frankie Farrell Engineered by Jim Lang, Dan Withered, Adam Reichle Produced by Frankie Farrell …

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Books Unbound – American Girls Horror Stories, Conclusion: Fall to Pieces

“Berenice” by Edgar Allan Poe is the featured story for the Halloween finale of “American Girls Horror Stories.” One of Poe’s lesser-known tales, “Berenice” so shocked its first readers in 1835 that in subsequent printings for the rest of the author’s life four paragraphs were censored. The bookish narrator prefers an intellectual fantasy world, but becomes obsessed with the enduring …

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Join the crew of WFHB’s Books Unbound!

Books Unbound is looking for reliable volunteers who would enjoy learning to record in the WFHB studio and working with voice talent on creating good-quality recordings of literary works. Session schedule depends on the voice talent, so the shift might vary week to week, but we can work with available hours that include some daytime or weekend availability. An interest …

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Arts Interchange – Roger Hallas: Documenting the Photographic Event

Roger Hallas talks about the ways two technologies for image capture combine in documentaries about photographers and how these sharpen the focus on what is meant by the “event of photography.” The act of filming photography, of framing one medium through its perceived other, necessarily draws attention to the question of medium. While scholars have analyzed this self-reflexive practice within …

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Activate! – Jamie Hillner

Jamie Hillner talks about the mission and her experience with Girls Inc. Also, more ways to connect to your community from the City of Bloomington’s Volunteer Network. LINKS Girls Inc After-School Program Volunteer Girl Scout Leaders Boys and Girls Club Programs

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Local Live – Ladycop

WFHB’s Local Live welcomes Ladycop for an exclusive live performance and interview! Hosted by Jar Turner Engineered by Jim Lang Produced by Erin Tobey Executive Producer is Jim Manion

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Books Unbound – American Girls Horror Stories, Part Four: Body and Soul

Male fears of female domination form one of the strands of horror in “The Thing on the Doorstep” by H.P. Lovecraft, with marriage both transforming and threatening individual identity. Now recognized as a master of the genre, Lovecraft died in poverty after publishing his short fiction mainly in pulp magazines. His expressions of horror are often driven by the darkness …

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