Monthly Archives: April 2012
On today’s Midday Matters: Nina Carter, founder of a new organization, Mirror Me Foundation, and Beth Kennedy, Executive Director of Whitington Homes & Services join Sarah to discuss their respective organizations and how their making an impact on Fort Wayne … Continue reading
On Monday’s Midday Matters on “The State of Public Radio,” we had a show full of great conversations and thoughtful listener questions, which meant one of the prerecorded interviews we were going to use for the show did not make … Continue reading
Earlier this week, WBOI’s Sarah Delia caught up with Morrison Agen owner of Neat Neat Neat Records and Music. This is the mostly raw audio from their conversation where they sipped coffee, talked shop about vinyl, and learned more about … Continue reading
Today’s Artcentricity: We pre-celebrate National Record Store Day w/ Bob Roets, his son Chris & Tim Hogan from Wooden Nickel Music, Neat Neat Neat Records’ Morrison Agen–and YOU!
It’s time to check up on your Outer Spaces!
On Health 360 Midday Matters today: Mary Jo Bland of USF shares details USF’s Proactive Elder Care Workshop which takes place Friday, April 20 at the North Campus from 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Diane Martin joins us to speak on the … Continue reading
It’s time to take a Financial Focus on Midday Matters! Today, we’re getting Money Smart with Vickie Hadley from the Allen County Extension. Later, we’ll talk with Debbie Beckman about Equal Pay Day.
Today on Midday Matters, we’re talking primary elections. We’ll touch on some state and local races, talk about turnout, and discuss the influence of money in this year’s races.
Discussing today on Midday Matters Friday Artcentric: Award-winning author Margaret McMullan, heading this way for DeKalb county’s literacy giving circle ‘Mother Goose on the Loose’–Margaret, and event co-ordinator Judy Sorg are joining us–you should too!