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Jun 19, 2019

Having served as a judge, mayor, county historian and teacher of government and political science, Joe Castelo has observed directly, personally, painfully, the slow demise of rural, small town Indiana.

Here we learn about departure of young people, the absence of state support for beneficial highway routes, slow...

Jun 12, 2019

This conversation with Ed Richardson, President & CEO of Thomas & Skinner, Inc., is a detailed discussion about management of a business, in this case, a manufacturer of ALNICO magnets.

The magnets are used in satellites, missiles, aircraft, and even watt meters in homes.  

Subjects are skilled and unskilled labor,...

Jun 4, 2019

With thirty six years of advocacy, The Hoosier Environmental Council has protected our state's most valuable asset, the place where we live.

Led by our guest, The Council has worked to protect rural areas from animal factory pollution, inventoried and proposed methods to limit the dangers of coal ash dumps (Indiana has...

May 29, 2019

With pending termination of a national forestry act, The Indiana Forest Alliance is advocating protection and reforestation.  

Trees, it says, begin to solve the problem of climate change because they remove offending particles from the air.  Urban forestry both lowers temperatures and raises home values.  

And a...

May 22, 2019

Listen to the end, where you will hear a piano solo by Emmet Cohen, the 2019 American Pianists Award Winner.  For this, we thank our guest, Joel Harrison, President, CEO and Artistic Director, from whom we learn about The Jazz Competition, The Classical Competition, and his personal history managing the...