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Stone Belt, The Midnight Meat Train, Fatted Calf String Band

This week on Artworks, Yaël Ksander find out how Bloomington-based “Stone Belt” is empowering developmentally disabled individuals through their Arts and Craft program. Peter Noble-Kuchera reviews the DVD release of “the Midnight Meat Train.” And Josephine McRobbie gets an introduction to Old Time music from some former rock and punkartists.

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Stone Belt Empowers Through The Arts

Stone Belt's Art and Craft program goes beyond occupational therapy. The art program is right at the heart of the agency's mission. WFIU's Yaël Ksander got to know a few of those individuals, who are starting to define themselves as artists.

The Midnight Meat Train

On Tuesday, at Best Buy, looking through the new Blu-rays, Peter Noble-Kuchera found Gandhi newly-released and even on sale. What better way to open up the discussion than by Sir Dickie's pedantic history lesson? But then he remembered: this was the week that "The Midnight Meat Train" finally arrives.

SPEA Exhibit: Black History in Photos

The Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs commemorates black history with a month long exhibit of photos featuring African Americans making a difference in their field, career. Liz Peck, the assistant director of student services describes what makes this exhibit unique.

Fatted Calf String Band Keeps Old Time Alive

The Fatted Calf String Band are a four-piece old time band, who use their histories in punk and rock music to play these tunes, in their words, "hard, fast, and a little ornery" at cafes, bars, and even the odd square dance. WFIU's Josephine McRobbie has more...

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