Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor shares her story of survival at Auschwitz, and the subsequent journey of forgiveness and education through the CANDLES museum.
Join us for a tour of one-of-a-kind Eden Farms and learn about their hydroponic farming that grows basil, arugula, and watercress year-round.
Meet Matthew Corken, a one man band who builds his songs from the ground up. His next 21+ show will be at Connor’s Pub in Broad Ripple on May 2nd.
Join Earth Eats' Annie Corrigan as she learns how to make the perfect BLT. This sandwich includes flavorful ingredients including some from Eden Farms!
Meet Matthew Corken, a one man band who builds his songs from the ground up, using an array of instruments from guitar to tambourine.
From piano to horns, Bloomington favorite Postmodern Jazz Quartet, joins us in the Weekly Special studio to play one of their favorite jazz renditions, "Gnid."
Popular Bloomington-based Postmodern Jazz Quartet shares their inspiration, history, and approach to teaching the next generation of jazz musicians.
In the premiere of our "What's in a Picture" series, we explore the hidden history of Vigée Le Brun's "Portrait of Mrs. Chinnery," at the IU Art Museum.
The Weekly Special visits the incredible Carmel-based Museum of Miniature Houses to explore over 600 miniatures, from houses to individual artistic pieces.
IU Art Museum Director, Heidi Gealt, joins us to provide details on the "Three Remarkable Women" exhibit, featuring Le Brun's "Portrait of Mrs. Chinnery."