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GLT's Datebook

GLT's Laura Kennedy highlights a wide variety of events and personalities certain to be of interest to GLT listeners throughout central Illinois.

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Ol' Blue Eyes would have been 100 this year.  To celebrate, a local jazz group is hosting a concert in celebration of Sinatra.  Laura Kennedy has more.

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Heartland Theater is staging a play by award-winning playwright Lynn Nottage.  "Intimate Apparel" is a work that truly lives up to its name.  Laura Kennedy has more on this edition of the GLT Datebook.

Angel Ambrose

Get to know some of the artists in our community with the Annual Art Walk.  Laura Kennedy has more on the GLT Datebook.

Sylvia Shults

Paranormal author Sylvia Shults discovered a fascinating history of demons in her latest book.

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A theatrical work combining dance, singing, drumming and a shocking element of history is coming to the stage of Kemp Recital Hall on the Illinois State University campus.  Laura Kennedy talks with the creator of Walking With My Ancestors.  

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  Homecoming is more than just bonfires and football games these days.  Laura Kennedy talks with Doris Groves from the ISU Alumni Center about what  Illinois State University's Homecoming has to offer the campus and the community.

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  People of all spiritual beliefs are welcome at the 8th annual Pagan Pride Day at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Bloomington.  Laura Kennedy has more on the GLT Datebook.

Mark Nybakke

Organizer Mark Nybakke talks about the upcoming Bloomington/Normal Zombie Walk, including what pudding and a crossbow have to do with the fundraiser.

David Davis Mansion Foundation

  David Davis is 200! Hear about the party to celebrate Judge Davis, plus how the David Davis Mansion is holding the fort in tough economic times.

  Get a preview of "Noises Off," the new show at Community Players in Bloomington.

 

Artist Brian Simpson talks about the new thing in art collecting:  3x5 artist cards.

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