Witty, insightful, in-your-face and humorous, Bike Snob is an irreverent and worthy read focused on the contemporary world of bicycling – for both the avid cyclist and for those of us left wondering all the hoopla is about.
Join WBAA, AM920, public radio from Purdue, for a one-hour special public affairs presentation "A Conversation with Our Astronauts," at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday (April 22) on AM 920 and www.wbaa.org. The highly anticipated forum was recorded April 12th at Elliott Hall of music and hosted by Purdue President Mitch Daniels. You may listen to the podcast here.
Join WBAA, AM920, public radio from Purdue, for a one-hour special public affairs presentation "A Conversation with Our Astronauts," at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday (April 22) on AM 920 and www.wbaa.org. The highly anticipated forum was recorded April 12th at Elliott Hall of music and hosted by Purdue President Mitch Daniels.
As a young girl growing up in the 1860s on a Wabash County, Indiana, farm, Geneva Grace Stratton received a wondrous gift from her father, Mark, who had noticed his daughter's love for nature and wildlife, especially the larks, cardinals, passenger pigeons, swallows, and hawks that flew overhead. He declared that all birds on the farm belonged to her, and she was to become their protector. "I was the friend and devoted champion of every bird that nested in the garden, on the fences, on the ground, in the bushes, in the dooryard, or in the orchard trees," she noted years earlier.
WBAA's Jan Simon talks with Sara Mummey, Executive Director of the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra, and Twana Harris of Purdue’s Black Voices of Inspiration about Saturday evening’s “Gospel Meets Symphony” concert at the Long Center.
The next Tippecanoe Chamber Music Society performance takes place Sunday, March 30th at 4:00 p.m. at Fowler Hall in Purdue's Stewart Center. TCMS Artistic Director Margot Marlatt and two of the concert's featured musicians, cellist Sara Wollan and pianist Marc Loudon, recently came to the WBAA studios to talk about the concert, which features music of Mozart, Mendelssohn, and Gaspar Cassadó.
Ashfall and the follow-up tale, Ashen Winter by Hoosier author Mike Mullin, is part coming of age story and big part adventure – taking us on a peril filled journey of discovery through a modern-day Midwest America ravaged by a cataclysmic natural disaster. The concluding volume, Sunrise will be published this Spring.
One of the largest public art exhibits in Greater Lafayette’s history is currently on display.
The INSIDE OUT project features 86 poster-size photos of local artists that are hanging in the windows of businesses on the Purdue Campus, through the Levee in West Lafayette, on to Main Street in downtown Lafayette.