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Kuniko Yamamoto transforms a sushi mat using origami techniques.

Lotus Blossoms headliner Kuniko Yamamoto incorporates elements of traditional Japanese arts into her performances for children.

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Joshua Krause a Romeo

"At fifteen, I was indeed a "star crossed lover," the ball of energy that Romeo is." Josh Krause

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Greta Wohlrabe

Local veteran Tara Briggs speaks with "Grounded" actress Greta Wohlrabe about their personal connections to the story.

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conductor Adam Bodony

"You come across pieces that are done less often and they stick with you as something special. " conductor Adam Bodony

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comedian on stage at comedy attic

Jared Thompson of The Comedy Attic says there's no doubt that audiences are the main reason top comics want to perform at his club.

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Josephine Decker

Filmmaker Josephine Decker spoke with WFIU's James Gray.

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the group

I was set for music college as a bass,but on the radio there was the countertenor Andreas Scholl and knew that I wanted to sing like that." Timothy Wayne-Wright

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Jean-Louis Haguenauer

The Jacobs School of Music pianist recorded Debussy's complete songs using the composer's own piano

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pilot and projections

She has a loving husband and a daughter she adore, but she misses the wild blue.

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two of the

There's two sides to the story. That's not the way it happened. That's not the whole story...

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Harry Engel and Thomas Hart Benton pose in front of Benton's mural panel featuring a portrait of Hoosier Group painter William Forsyth, in Bloomington, October 1940 or March 1941.

Indiana landscape painter William Forsyth’s latent modernism may have secured his place in history—Thomas Hart Benton’s version at least.

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