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.
This week’s show features Jim and David discussing a variety of topics – local news, sports, weather, Primary Day, Star Wars, Comic Book Day… there’s so much that you need to tune in to get it all!
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Enjoy a full show with Jim Inman and David Pillar – the guys talk about Little 500, the property tax caps (including an interview with county councilwoman Marty Hawk) and much more. If you are looking for things to do over the next few weeks, David and Jim can guide you along!
It’s a full show of news, sports and weather… plus an in-depth discussion with Monroe County resident Becca Anderson. Becca and her young daughter were diagnosed with Lyme Disease in 2013, and she will share her story of learning about the disease, how it can be misdiagnosed, and how her family is on the road to recovery. This is an important show for the season, as people begin hiking, mushroom hunting and spending more time outdoors.
It’s Jim. It’s David. It’s the best of the week’s news, sports and weather… plus a little discussion about Salt Lake City, Mr. Pillar’s wedding, the movies coming out in 2014 and much more!
A great show tonight… Derek Richey, co-author of “Bloomington: Then and Now” comes back to the studio to talk about the growing interest of Bloomington’s history, and also the Indy Eleven soccer team. Plus, Jim and David have your week’s news, sports and weather… plus, someone will be hearing wedding bells this weekend!
This week it is Jim, David and you! David Pillar talks education with Jim, with a special interview from “Glass in the Morning” featuring MCCSC school board members Keith Klein and Sue Wanzer. If you have a child heading to kindergarten this year, we have the details for you… plus, and your news, sports and weather for the week!
Put on your dancing shoes! Barbara Leininger from Bloomington Arthur Murray is on the show this week to talk about this year’s “Dancing with the Celebrities.” The event has raised more than $700,000 for charities in Bloomington and Monroe County, and Barbara is looking forward to another great year in 2014. We have all the details about the event… plus your weekend wrap-up of news, sports and weather!
Last weekend “TBR” was pre-empted Friday evening for high school boy’s basketball sectionals… so not everyone was able to enjoy Julie Warren, Director of Tourism for Visit Bloomington. We have an encore with Julie as she shares a variety of upcoming events for Bloomington residents to participate in during the coming weeks… and of course the latest news, sports and weather for Bloomington. Enjoy the show!
A packed show this weekend, with The Educator (David Pillar) and the Minister of Culture (Jim Inman) as they welcome Julie Warren, Director of Tourism for Visit Bloomington. Julie shares a variety of upcoming events for Bloomington residents to participate in during the coming weeks… plus your week wrap-up of news, sports and weather!
Jim and David Pillar welcome Jill Steiner, from the Bloomington Boys and Girl Club, to discuss Lemonade Day in Bloomington. It’s also a full show of news, sports and the continuous crazy weather!
Jim Inman welcomes Skip Chambers and Michael Carter from the Monroe County History Club to the show this week. The MCHC is celebrating its first birthday, and Skip and Michael share some great stories about the club, and how to become involved. Jim also has all the latest news from the week for Bloomington. Enjoy!
We have a great show featuring some fantastic opportunities for local youth this week. Jim kicks off the first-half of the show with Ally Buhr and Josh Jacum from the Hoosier Hills FFA (Future Farmer’s of America), discussing National FFA Week next week. Then David Pillar comes in with BHS North teacher Pat Wilson to discuss the Bloomington High School North Habitat for Humanity fundraiser on Thursday, February 20. Plus your wrap-up of news, sports and weather!
Jim Inman and David Pillar have the week’s news and sports wrap-up (including the Super Bowl and Olympics)… plus Jim Comerford, director of the Monroe County Emergency Management Department, discusses the new emergency alert system for Monroe County residents.
It’s the Super Bowl Preview with Jim Inman and David Pillar! Tune in as the guys talk about the big game this weekend, and also share an interview with Indiana Senator Dan Coats. Plus, Joe Smith announces the 2014 Class of the Monroe County Sports Hall of Fame. Enjoy the show!
Jim Inman and David Pillar welcome Jason Bletzinger, new assistant superintendent from Richland Bean-Blossom Community School Corporation, to the show. Mr. Bletzinger has an extensive history in education, and shares about a variety of things going on in the Ellettsville community. It’s a full hour with news, sports and weather – enjoy!
Jim Inman is tackling the show this week with several guests – first it’s a look at the local news, followed by a conversation with Edgewood High School seniors Kaci Banister and Anna Dunn. Kaci and Anna are in to discuss the Contest of Champions show choir competition next weekend at Edgewood High School. Later in the show, Sandi Duncan, managing editor of the Farmers’ Almanac, gives an update on the weather forecast across Indiana through Winter and Spring. Enjoy the show!
Jim Inman and David Pillar welcome Julie Warren, Director of Tourism for Visit Bloomington this week. If you have some cabin fever, tune in and hear what exciting events are happening around the area over the next several weeks!