The Bloomington Review
Join Jim Inman and Brian Callahan every Friday night at 6 and Saturday morning at 8 for a look back at the past week on the Bloomington Review.
This week, Jim and Brian give an update on the Owen Valley bomb scare, discuss a Bloomington native who won a Grammy last weekend, and unveil the worst way to break up with someone on Valentine’s Day. Also featured: Joe Smith interviews Tony-nominated actress Cathy Rigby ahead of her performance at the IU Auditorium.
Jim and Brian discuss which night club in Bloomington is bringing in the big bucks, what the lack of mail delivery on Saturday means to you, and a little bit of history behind Assembly Hall.
Jim and Brian wrap up the big events of the past week, preview the Super Bowl, and give tips to pet owners on how to take care of their animals in the extreme cold.
In addition to the top stories of the week, Jim and Brian discuss some of the famous people that have come through Bloomington over the years.
This week on the Bloomington Review, Jim and Brian welcome Derek and Jen Richey, authors of “Bloomington Then & Now.”
This week on the Bloomington Review, Jim and Brian talk with IU Health Center Pharmacy Director Cheryl Thomas about what to do to avoid the flu this winter. Also discussed: honors for local schools, the Week of Chocolate, and wacky newspaper headlines.
This week on the Bloomington Review, Jim and Brian discuss the lack of driveway shovelers, abundance of “Polar Bear Plungers,” and a heroic chicken named Cluck Cluck.
This week on the Bloomington Review, Jim and Brian discuss the big “blizzard” named Euclid, the top local stories of 2012, and some fun party games to ring in the New Year.
On this edition of the Bloomington Review, Jim and Brian discuss the fire at Fountain Square Mall, the addition of a new trail from Vernal Pike to Ellettsville, and ways to keep your home safe during the holiday season.
With the Bloomington Review back on the air waves, new host Jim Inman shares some unique history about the Buskirk Chumley, what second graders are doing to help Hurricane Sandy relief, and why a 107-2 girl’s basketball score has drawn some fury. More fun at facebook.com/thebloomingtonreview.
The Bloomington Review returns this Friday night at 6 and Saturday morning at 7. New host Jim Inman will wrap up this past week’s events, look ahead to next week, and share some of Bloomington’s unique history.
The Bloomington Review is supported by The Center For Sound Sleep.
This week on the Bloomington Review, Greg and Brian discuss the big winners on election night and why the results were delayed. Also featured is an interview with U.S. Representative Todd Young from election night.
This week on the Bloomington Review, Greg and Brian discuss new laser technology to detect tailgating, the recent grades given to local schools from the state, and how to help out the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
This week on the Bloomington Review, Greg and Brian look at discrepancies in the county’s recently released campaign finance reports, the proposed paid parking plan’s effect on local businesses, and how Hoosier Hysteria has helped the community.
Greg and Brian examine some of the best interviews of the past year, including Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock and representatives from the MCPL and Hoosier Hills Food Bank.
This week on the Bloomington Review, Greg and Brian examine Michael McRobbie’s State of IU Address, the rise of prescription drug abuse in the state, and what the odds are of IU beating Ohio State.
This week on the Bloomington Review, Greg and Brian discuss candidate forum and debate information, Monroe County construction on I-69, and the effects of the privatization of the Hoosier Lottery.