Sep 29, 2021
Sones de Mexico, Chicago's most popular Mexican band, was founded by our guest, Juan Dies, who learned his profession at Earlham College and Indiana University, as well as in Kenya and Malaga.
Juan is an ethnomusicologist who performs and teaches the amazing variety of music emanating from Mexico.
Sep 23, 2021
Artistic director Greg Sorvig returns to tell us about this year's festival.
Sep 15, 2021
Kevin Weaver, who has submitted films to The Heartland International Film Festival, describes his Bloomington-based production company which creates documentaries as well as business and nonprofit oriented films.
He and Morton discuss the value of films centered on individuals compared to potential films that could or...
Sep 8, 2021
Archivist Stephen Lane shares the significance of his sixth floor special collection that emphasizes the history of Indianapolis.
Along the way, we discover that Stephen was a Peace Corps volunteer in Paraguay at the end of the last decade, while John was a PCV in neighboring Bolivia 1966-1968. Then, a flood opened of...
Sep 1, 2021
DO INDIANA OFFROAD ("D.IN.O) is the management company behind almost a score of off road races each year, each attracting as many as 200 competitors.
Brian Holzheusen is the leader of D.IN.O. His company plans, obtains permits, registers competitors, and keeps timing records.