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The Bloomington Review

Join Jim Inman and David Pillar every Friday night at 6:00 and Saturday morning at 8:00 for The Bloomington Review. Jim and David bring a review of the week in news and sports in Bloomington and Monroe County, plus special guests and local information.

Have a question about a show? Email jim@wgclradio.com.

The good doctor – Dr. David Pillar – is back in the studio tonight.  Catch the latest show for the week’s news, sports and weather, plus a preview of some summer concerts to check out!

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This weekend Inman brings your news, sports and weather, plus an encore interview with Jean Scallon.  Jean is an expert on mental health, and she provides insights and support ideas for those who may be dealing with anxiety, depression and other mental health concerns.

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This week Inman welcomes Steve Bryant from Ivy Tech and the ISBDC and Bruce Calloway from Duke Energy to share about Ivy Tech’s third annual “Duke It Out” competition on April 12.  The public is welcome to see how Ivy Tech students propose a business idea they have… a great event for sure!

Plus all your news, weather and sports for the weekend!

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This week Inman and Pillar welcome The Bloomington Lady – Julie Warren – to the show!  Julie is back to catch up, but also offer some tips on one-day trips for Hoosier families, and a great opportunity for local youth to get creative to celebrate Bloomington and Monroe County’s 200th birthday.

Plus all of your news, sports and weather for the weekend!

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This week we welcome Jon Barada and Karin St. John from the Bloomington Health Foundation to the show.  The Bloomington Health Foundation has recently evolved, including a name change from the Bloomington Hospital Foundation.  Jon and Karin will share about the history of the organization and what the new Bloomington Health Foundation will provide to our community and surrounding area.

Plus all of your news, sports and weather for the weekend!

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We’re excited to finally have Craig Hickman from ProBleu IT on the show!  Craig will share insights and tips for internet security while traveling (think Spring Break), as well as for your home.  Social media for kids?  Internet of things?  We’ve got that as well…

Plus all of your news, sports and weather for the weekend!

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Mental health is a hot topic in today’s world, and we’re grateful to have Jean Scallon, MA FACHE on the show this week.  The former Bloomington Meadows Hospital CEO is now Regional VP of Springstone, and shares about the warning signs people should watch for, and how to find help when needed.  Whether it be drug addiction, depression or some other challenge, there is help, and Jean has great information to share.

Plus Inman and Pillar will have all your news, sports and weather for the weekend!

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We can now say “we knew him when…” This week we welcome Edgewood High School senior Payton Thomas to the show.  Payton has been the announcer for girls’ basketball at EHS for three years, and he’s looking to pursue a unique career in voice-over work.  You’ll hear why when you hear him on this week’s program – and be sure to check out his YouTube channel.

Plus Inman and Pillar will have all your news, sports and weather for the weekend!

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We are happy to welcome back Geoff Aiken from BHS North, along with Isabel Flynn and Brandon Hunt, to share about the North Habitat for Humanity program.  Their gala fundraiser will be held on Thursday, February 22 at the Monroe Convention Center.  Listen for the full details of the event on this week’s show! You can get more information by emailing gaiken@mccsc.edu.

We also welcome Kelsang Kalden from the Kadampa Meditation Center to the program.  Kalden shares about the Friday, February 16 event “A World Gone Made: Conflict and Chaos,” which will be held at center.  Learn more about this special opportunity in this week’s show.

Plus Inman and Pillar will have all your news, sports and weather for the weekend!

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This week Inman welcomes Public Information Sergeant Curt Durnil from the Indiana State Police.  Sgt. Durnil will share information on Highway 37/I-69, protecting your home during the winter and much more.  You’ll get a lot of helpful information out of this program.  Be sure to follow him on Twitter and Facebook.

Plus Inman will have all your news, sports and weather for the weekend!

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We’re excited to welcome Efrat Feferman and Trent Deckard from United Way of Monroe County to the program.  Efrat and Trent share about the mission of United Way, how the organization helps more than 25 different groups and what you can do to get involved.  Check out How We Help on the United Way’s website for great info!

Plus Inman and Dr. Pillar have all your news, sports and weather for the weekend!

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Tune in to The Bloomington Review this week, as Inman and Dr. Pillar catch you up on all the news, sports and weather for your weekend!

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This weekend Dr. Pillar and Inman have your winter weather forecast and update… plus all your news, sports and fun!

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It’s the first show of the year… and there’s no better way to kick it off than with David Hays and Doug Hughes from Comprehensive Financial Consultants and Your Money with David Hays.  David and Doug offer an overview of 2017 in the financial markets, and share insights on the new tax laws taking effect in 2018.

Plus Inman and Pillar have all your news, sports and chilly weather for the weekend!

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It’s the last show of 2017, and we’re excited to have Bet Savich, the director of the Bloomington Volunteer Network, on the show this week.  She shares a variety of upcoming volunteer opportunities, and also invites everyone to the City of Bloomington’s New Year’s Eve Bicentennial Kick-Off Celebration.

Plus Inman and Pillar have all your news, sports and chilly weather for the weekend!

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This week Inman flies solo… a full show with your news, sports and weather, plus some holiday events and experiences to share as well!  Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to all!

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It’s great to have Skip Chambers, Michael Carter and Derek Richey in the studio to share about the Monroe County History Club.  The guys talk this week about their recent luncheon that focused on long-gone Monroe County covered bridges, plus shared about their Tuesday, January 2 event at the American Legion.  Check out I Remember Bloomington Way Back When on Facebook for more information.

Plus Inman and Pillar have your news, sports and snowy forecast for the weekend!

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