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Mingus Changes Two

The latest entry in Night Lights' ongoing series of jazz elegies, with an emphasis this time on recordings from the 1970s and 80s by Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, Woody Shaw, Pat Metheny and others.

Celebrate the 200th birthday of the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale, with our medicinal playlist

Margaret Squires 2

Margaret Fisher Squires reads "Twice Warmed, "Graduation," and "Interview with an Old Biddy" on this edition of the Poets Weave.

Van Buren Street empty in Nashville, IN, in May 2020

A dramatic drop in business and shifting reopening dates mean an uncertain future for Downtown Nashville.

Ether Game celebrates Cinco de Mayo!

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Ellington Treasury shows

In 1945, as World War II wound down in Europe and the U.S. ramped up for an invasion of Japan, Duke Ellington undertook a weekly broadcast on behalf of the war effort, playing music and encouraging civilians to buy war bonds.

Artist Michael Sinclair illustrates a portrait of a man who died from coronavirus.

Artist Michael Sinclair is using his talents to memorialize those who died from complications of COVID-19, through the organization "DiedFamous."

Buzz Buzz Buzz. How long can you hold a single note? We explore the answer on Ether Game

Girls jumping at the seashore

On this edition of the Poets Weave, Torie DiMartile reads "if i have a daughter, what I will tell her of men," "Walking Heart," and "Who Says."

The Indiana University Bicentennial Medal, designed by Jeeyea Kim

In celebration of IU's Bicentennial, Patrick O’Meara hosts a discussion with members of the faculty and staff who have been instrumental in crafting many aspects of this year’s commemoration.

Dr. Aaron Carroll hosting Healthcare Triage

Each week, Dr. Aaron Carroll and the Healthcare Triage team upload videos promoting facts and research over rumors and speculation. In the coronavirus pandemic, that might be tougher than ever.

Ether Game hears the big news from Beijing, exploring classical music and China

Nat King Cole - Hittin' The Ramp

This week, jazz historian Will Friedwald joins us to talk about the early years of Nat King Cole and the King Cole Trio.

Old postcard showing the Fort Steuben Bridge, Steubenville, Ohio.

Beth Lodge-Rigal reads "Mysterious," "Ft. Steuben," and "Sandbreak" on the is edition of The Poets Weave. This set of poems is dedicated to her father.

We search our phrase books for just the right words with a show that explores multilingual music.

In the 1940s the young singer Anita O’Day became a sensation on the big-band scene, performing one of jazz’s first racially-integrated duets and courting what would become a lifelong reputation as an independent spirit

Praying Mantis

On this edition of The Poets Weave, Torie DiMartile reads "Mythology of Mantedea."

James Timberlake

Kelly Wilson, Director of IU's J. Irwin Miller Architecture, speaks with Architect James Timberlake, Co-founder of the innovative and award-winning firm KieranTimberlake.

Gene Coyle in study

Gene Coyle spent years as a CIA operative in Moscow at the height of the Cold War. Now living in Bloomington, he tells us about the highs and lows of his career.

Brilliant Corners Summer 2020

"The great chain of witnesses": a poem by Betsy Sholl in the new issue of Brilliant Corners drew its inspiration in part from a Night Lights show.

It’s National Poetry week, so here’s a treat. An Ether Game playlist to beat,, all about poetry in classical music

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