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Limestone Heritage, Storytelling in Bloomington, Pharez Whitted

This week on Artworks, Indiana Limestone heritage, storytelling in Bloomington, and a new recording from Pharez Whitted.

Laura Grover, the guiding force behind The Bloomington Storytelling Project, talks about what it’s like to turn an everyday story into a performance. And, we’ll hear a story being told live at one of their events.

Also on the program, Yael Ksander explores the importance of Indiana Limestone on a local and national level.

And David Brent Johnson reviews the latest recording from an Indianapolis Jazz icon.

Stories On This Episode

From Ground to Skyline: Celebrating Limestone’s Storied Legacy

The ILS at the Bybee Stone Co.

“Five people out here in mud up to our ankles.” That's the way Amy Brier remembered the first Indiana Limestone Symposium, which she co-founded in 1997.

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie


If You Give a Mouse a Cookie …was great hit and it has spawned a whole shelf of If You Give… follow ups.

True Tales From The Bloomington Storytelling Project


The Bloomington Storytelling Project celebrates its one-year anniversary. The project founder, Laura Grover, talks about the power of a simple, everyday story.

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