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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.

Craig Hickman from ProBleu IT joins us in the studio this week to share about internet safety.   Read more

May is Stroke Awareness Month, and we have some important information for you in case someone you know has a stroke.  Sonia Pruitt from IU Health Bloomington Hospital is in the studio this week to share about the warning signs of stroke, why timeliness is so important and what we all can do to help prevent the #4 killer.  There is a monthly Stroke Survivor’s meeting at SOCC.

Plus all your news, sports and weather for your week!

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Sarah and Phil Peden’s daughter, Lily, lives with Prader-Willi Syndrome, or PWS.  The genetic disorder impacts Lily in multiple ways, as Sarah shares with our listeners.  May is National Prader-Willi Syndrome Month, and you can learn more by visiting the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research, as well as join the local One Small Step group on Facebook.

Plus all your news, sports and weather for your week!

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This week we welcome Amy Makice, a local therapist and member of the City of Bloomington Commission on the Status of Children and Youth.  Amy speaks about anxiety in children, as we head into May – Mental Health Awareness Month.  For more information, you can visit the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, and the Effective Child Therapy organization.

Plus all your news, sports and weather for your week!

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Inman flies solo this weekend… but no worries!  He talks Indiana and the 2016 Presidential election, plus the shocking death of Prince.

Plus all your news, sports and weather for your week!

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This week we welcome Trent Deckard and Kyla Cox Deckard to share about growing up in Bloomington, CASA, the Chocolate Moose and more.

Plus all your news, sports and weather for your week!

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Enjoy our follow-up interview with adventure explorer Michael Waterford.  Michael headed west in January to tackle the Great Basin – but how did it go?  He will share his experiences there, plus what he is looking to enjoy in Indiana this year.

Plus all your news, sports and weather for your week!

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Join us for a fun conversation with The Bloomington Lady, Julie Warren.  Julie is the Director of Tourism for Visit Bloomington, and she brings a lot of fun ideas for family activities over the next few weeks.

Plus all your news, sports and weather for your week!

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A new show, with this week’s news, sports and weather… plus an encore of our interview with 2016 Lemonade Day city champions Dan and Tina Peterson, and Amy Swain from the Bloomington Boys and Girls Club.  Enjoy!

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It’s a packed show this week, with all the IU Basketball (men’s and women’s) updates, plus Public Information Sergeant Curt Durnil with the Indiana State Police.  Trooper Durnil shares information about the ISP program Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC), safety tips for those leaving for Spring Break and drones and law enforcement.  You can email for more information – icacyouthed@isp.in.gov.

Plus all your news, sports and weather for your week!

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A packed show with Dan and Tina Peterson, co-city champions, and Amy Swain, city director, for Lemonade Day 2016.  This great program helps kids learn about money, working with investors and ultimately having a lemonade stand on Saturday, May 21, 2016.  This is a free opportunity, but you must register soon!

Plus all your news, sports and weather for your week!

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Inman flies solo this week, but has a packed hour of news, sports and weather for listeners tonight.  Enjoy the show!

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This week Jim welcomes Skip Chambers and Michael Carter, founders of the Monroe County History Club.  The MCHC celebrates three years this month, and Michael and Skip share about the monthly gatherings, the photography project they are working on and much more.  The meetings occur the last Tuesday of each month, at noon, at the American Legion Post 18.

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

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The Minister and the Educator welcome the Assistant Superintendent – Jason Bletzinger, from Richland-Bean Blossom schools in Ellettsville.  The trio discuss ISTEP, snow days, bus drivers and a grant awarded to RBB to help bring new opportunities to the students.

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

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Inman flies solo this week, but he brings some tips for Heart Month (February) that anyone can do.  The American Heart Association’s “Life Simple 7” has seven steps to help improve your health, and decrease your risk for heart disease.  Inman also talks about the Go Red for Women luncheon on Friday, February 19.

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

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This week Jim and David welcome three guests – Jackie Parks, Brian Emmons and Pat Wilson.  Jackie and Brian are students at BHS North, and Pat is an educator and sponsor of the BHS North Habitat for Humanity program.  The annual gala is scheduled for Thursday, February 18 at the Convention Center, with funds going to help build the 16th house in 16 years!  Contact Pat Wilson for more information – 812-219-8447.

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

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An interesting show this week…  we had Julie Warren from Visit Bloomington, talking about all kinds of fun things coming up in the area.  David Pillar was in the studio as well.  And then the recording disappeared – so you have Jim flying solo this week with a recap of the show!  All your news, sports and weather for your weekend, right here!

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