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The Tri Kappa "New Artists Student Art Show" opens this weekend at the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette. The philanthropic sorority uses the event to honor talented students from Tippecanoe and surrounding counties, and hopes it will inspire other children to express themselves through the arts. WBAA's Mike Loizzo had an early look at this year's show and talked with some of the artists about their award-winning works.
There's a rare piece of ground in central Indiana that's in jeopardy. Those trying to protect the natural resource say a number of animals depend on it for their survival, including one endangered species. On the other side is a group trying to boost the local economy by bringing in new industry and jobs. As WBAA's Sam Klemet reports, a compromise is being sought at this Vermillion County site.
Purdue University Police are following up on a racist note that was written on a whiteboard at the Krannert Library. This is the second such incident at the university in eight months. Tyrell Connor is the President of Purdue's Black Graduate Student Association. He spoke with WBAA's Sam Klemet about the incident and race relations at Purdue.
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The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum is a National Historic Landmark built in the late 1890s at a cost of about $30,000. Now, renovation work is estimated at ten times that. WBAA's Mike Loizzo talks with museum director Larry Paarlberg about the Study and future plans. (aired on WBAA May 15, 2013)
Hear favorite hits of the decade performed by popular singers of the era, including the New Rascals, the Fifth Dimension, Steppenwolf, Roger McGuinn, The Zombies, Blood, Sweat & Tears and many more. Airing December 2013 on most PBS stations (check your local listings at pbs.org/tvschedules) Support your local PBS station now -- you make it possible for your PBS station to offer amazing performances and the opportunity to discover something new every day, whether on TV or online. To donate to your local PBS station, visit http://www.pbs.org/support
[el] 24 Ιουλίου 2012 - ΕΡΑ Ηρακλείου - Μαρία Κουβίδη και Ιάσονας Βολάκης παρουσιάζουν στην εκπομπή "ΑΝΑΤΟΛΙΚΑ ΤΗΣ ΕΔΕΜ" το μουσικό όργανο γκονγκ, την ιστορία του, και συζητούν για τις θεραπευτικές του ιδιότητες του και τη μουσικοθεραπευτική διαδικασία της Ηχωκάθαρσης© με γκονγκ που παρουσιάζει μαζί με τη Μουσική των Σφαιρών το GongLove στην Κρήτη, με τους νέους του μαθητές και μαθήτριες από το νησί. Πλήρης απολογισμός της περιοδείας στην Κρήτη και ευχαριστήρια βρίσκονται στην ιστοσελίδα http://www.gonglove.org/?page_id=740 [en] From Hellenic Public Radio TV (ERT) archives - The first official presentation of GongLove in Greece 24 July 2012, Hellenic Radio of Heraclion, Crete island, Maria Kouvidi & Jason Volakis present in the radio talk/music/culture show "EASTERN OF EDEN" the gongs of ...
Predictions and Other Thoughts from the Columbus on the Record Panelists. Airdate: 4/1/11 Panelists: Joe Hallett, Senior Editor, The Columbus Dispatch; Karen Kasler, Statehouse Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio / TV; Michael Daniels, Outlook Media; Gene Krebs, Greater Ohio Policy Center.
www.wosu.org/cotr Panelists: Karen Kasler, Ohio Public Radio / TV; Julie Carr Smyth, The Associated Press; Terry Casey, Republican Strategist; and Sandy Theis, Democratic Strategist. Topics: John Kasich's first week on the job; The debate over the estate tax; Civility in politics; and the Columbus Mayor's race takes shape.
Are you sick of people discussing politics at work? Or are you one of those folks who can’t seem to stop talking about the candidates? Political topics can be explosive, and it is difficult to predict which issues your colleagues may find to be truly upsetting. What starts as casual chat could spiral into an emotional brawl, upsetting people and disrupting working relationships. And even brief comments could offend some coworkers, harming your rep or setting you up for retribution down the road. Understanding how to manage workplace communications is key to building a resilient career. Often the best strategy is “communicate, communicate, communicate.” But when the office conversation is about politics, the smart choice is usually to stop talking. But sometimes it is not easy to deal wi...
Learn more: http://bit.ly/eaPZW4 This week on Columbus On The Record: Healthcare decision day nears, but where do Ohio lawmakers stand? A look at the protests in Washington and national sentiment about healthcare. ODOT responds to passenger rail skepticism. Lawmakers remain undecided on funding. What movies should be shown in schools? Panelists: William Hershey, Dayton Daily News Karen Kasler, Ohio Public Radio / TV Leah Sellers, Ohio Northern Sandy Theis, Public Relations Consultant