22 Friday / November 22, 2019

WFIU’s Noon Edition Live at The Inkwell

11:30 am to 01:00 pm
The Inkwell

Area residents have been submitting questions to WFIU’s City Limits series since the Sept. 20th climate strike wanting to know what can be done to combat climate change on an individual and city level. We’ll address some of these questions by hosting a Noon Edition show live at The Inkwell on the Monroe County Courthouse square. We’ll have climate experts and city officials on air and will be taking written questions from the audience. You may also submit your questions for the show in advance at [email protected]

Join hosts Sara Wittmeyer and Bob Zaltsberg Friday, November 22, from 11:30am-1pm. The live radio broadcast begins at noon.

Guests will include:
Alex Crowley, Director, City of Bloomington Economic and Sustainable Development Department
Matt Flaherty – At Large Member, Bloomington City Council
Janet McCabe- Director, Environmental Resilience Institute
Andrew Predmore- Director of Sustainability, Indiana University

The event is free and open to the public. Food and drink will be available to purchase at your own cost from The Inkwell.

Civic Affairs / Eat and Drink

22 Friday / November 22, 2019

Hawktail at the FAR Center

07:00 pm
505 W 4th St, Bloomington, IN 47404

Hawktail will be playing at the FAR Center for Contemporary Arts on November 22, 2019, presented by Bloomington Roots + 505 Live. This will be the opening of a music series featuring some of the nation’s most notable folk and acoustic bands.

Hawktail is known for their captivating performances and ability to create music with traditional roots that stem out into new and exciting sounds. Band members include Brittany Haas, Paul Kowert, Jordan Tice, and Dominick Leslie, who have played on well-known projects such as The Punch Brothers, The Dave Rawlings Machine, Crooked Still, and Live From Here. Following their AmericanaFest performance, No Depression magazine noted that the band created a “… labyrinth of complex yet accessible acoustic music that had me in a trance.”

Entertainment / Live Music

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