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bloomingOUT – February 19, 2015

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Tonight, our hosts Erica Dorsey, Ryne Shadday, and Jeff Jewel interview IU Mauer School of Law Professor and Huffington Post Contributor, Steve Sanders, about an important upcoming Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriages. They also discuss the Religious Liberty Bill that is moving through the Indiana Statehouse, as well as a complaint filed by Ashlee and Ruby Henderson with the U.S District Court in Indianapolis challenging how state law defines “born out of wedlock”, saying it violates the equal protection and due process clauses of the 14th Amendment. Our music for tonight is “Heroes” by Conchita Wurst. We also heard the last episode of our weekly segment, First Year OUT. This week’s segment is about cheating and also familial acceptance. We would like to thank our guest Steve Sanders for being with us tonight!

Credits
Hosts Erica Dorsey, Ryne Shadday, Jeff Jewel
Executive Producer Joe Crawford
Producer Olivia Davidson
Script Coordinator Hayley Bass
Board Engineer Carissa Barrett

bloomingOUT – February 5, 2015

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Tonight, hosts Jeff Poling and Ryne Shadday discuss America’s view of the gender spectrum and sexuality as a whole, as well as some ways we can continue to cut down on the amount of homeless LGBT youth in the community. Host Jeff Jewel interviewed guest Laura Ingram of Prism Youth. If you would like more information about Prism Youth, you may email Laura at prismyouthcommunity@gmail.com or visit them on Facebook at Prism Youth Community – Bloomington. We also heard a weekly segment of Out on Campus, discussing the relationship between being LGBT and being religious with Arielle Soussan. Our other weekly segment, First Year Out featured Nick Tumino talking with friend, Brice, about finding a community, in Bloomington and elsewhere, social media norms, dating on social media, and self-confidence issues stemming from social media. The bloomingOUT team would like to give special thanks to our guest Laura Ingram.

Credits
Hosts Ryne Shadday, Jeff Poling, Jeff Jewel
Executive Producer Joe Crawford
Producer Olivia Davidson
Script Coordinator Hayley Bass
Board Engineer Carissa Barrett

bloomingOUT – December 18, 2014

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Tonight, our hosts Jeff Jewel and Ryne Shadday reflect on news from Alexandria, IN where the First United Methodist Church will close it’s doors on December 31st after over 100 years in existence due to the ousting of it’s gay music director, Adam Fraley. The discussion opens with our guests Justin Ford, a professor at the Kelley School of Business and Patrick Redmond, a teacher and a Kaylie Jones Books writer. Our music tonight was “Let it Go” (a Bonus Track) by Pentatonix from their That’s Christmas to Me release. We also heard a weekly segment, First Year Out with Nick Tumino, as well as Out on Campus. We would like to thank our guests Justin Ford and Patrick Redmond for joining us tonight.

Hosts Jeff Jewel, Ryne Shadday
Producer Olivia Davidson
Executive Producer Alycin Bektesh
Script Coordinator Hayley Bass
Engineer Carissa Barrett

bloomingOUT – December 11, 2014

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This week, our hosts Jeff Jewel and Jeff Poling interviewed president of Indy Pride, Chris Morehead. Chris Morehead talked about the history of the organization as well as Winter Pride. Our music was “I’m Still Hot” by Luciana (Feat. Betty White), a featured performer at Indy’s Winter Pride. We also heard from Nick Tumino in his weekly segment, First Year Out. This week we also heard from attendees at the Transgender Day of Remembrance at IU.

Credits
Hosts Jeff Jewel, Jeff Poling
News Director Ryne Shadday
Producer Olivia Davidson
Executive Producer Alycin Bektesh
Script Coordinator Hayley Bass
Engineer Carissa Barrett

bloomingOUT – November 13, 2014

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This week’s show features Danielle McClelland, director of the Buskirk Chumley theater in downtown Bloomington. Our hosts Jeff Jewel and Jeff Poling chat with McClelland about her path to Bloomington, the Pride Film Festival, and her life since she’s been in Bloomington. We also played Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down.” Frankie Salzman and Arielle Soussan are back this week with Out on Campus. This week, they talk with Leo about being an activist to try to eliminate hierarchies and the purpose of the Fag Demonstration event at Indiana University. We also premiere “First Year Out,” Nick Tumino’s take on his first year being out as gay and out in the real world after graduating college.

Daily Local News – January 21, 2014

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Purdue University officials confirmed today that one man was fatally shot and one suspect was taken into custody following a shooting that occurred on campus around noon; Bloomington Transit announced it has awarded contracts for exterior design and art work for the new Downtown Transit Center; The Monroe County Public Library’s Board of Trustees discussed the negative effect parking meters are having on library patrons; The citizens advisory committee to the Monroe County Solid Waste Management District discussed plans for supporting a new recycling facility; Jury selection started today in the trial of the former manager of the Little Nashville Opry House that burned down in 2009; A non-profit children and family services provider is holding free monthly information sessions in Bloomington about becoming a foster parent.

FEATURE
Legislation Introduced to Prevent Demolition Six Historic Houses on IU Campus
A local state legislator has introduced a bill that would prevent Indiana University from demolishing six historic houses to make room for a new fraternity house. WFHB Assistant News Director Joe Crawford spoke with Representative Matt Pierce about the measure for today’s WFHB feature exclusive.

INS AND OUTS OF MONEY
Credit card scams and identity theft aren’t as rare as you think. Learn how to protect yourself from fraud, and find out about resources you can use to become a more informed consumer.

CREDITS
Anchors: Casey Kuhn, Nick Tumino
Today’s headlines were written by David Murphy and Chelsea Hardy,
Our feature was produced by Joe Crawford.
The Ins and Outs of Money is produced by Dan Withered, in partnership with the Monroe County Public Library and The United Way of Monroe County.
Editor and engineer is Drew Daudelin, executive producer is Alycin Bektesh.

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