Fernwood Friday, the Penultimate Event of the Goshen Health Entertainment Series

The Goshen Health Entertainment Series has enjoyed record crowds throughout the season and if you have not yet attended one of these events, time is running out. Fernwood Friday, the penultimate event of the series is up next. Bring your chairs or blankets and enjoy! July 20 - Fernwood Friday 5:30 – 9:00 pm Kennedy’s Kitchen Kennedy’s Kitchen brings all things Irish to Fernwood Friday. From pub songs, and sing-a-longs, and stories, to ripping dance tunes, there will be a little bit of...

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Jennifer Weingart

Elkhart's Premier Arts Preparing To Stage First Amatuer Production Of Newsies

After winning the rights in an online contest, Premier Arts in Elkhart is set to open this weekend on the first amatuer production of Disney’s Newsies. At the beginning of tech week the cast and crew are pulling together Newsies only a week after The Little Mermaid. They’ve only had the rights since March. “The Little Mermaid was a gorgeous show with the lights and the sound and the sets and everything and this is a complete departure and we certainly worked hard to make it look nothing like...

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Ever since the election of Donald Trump as president, pundits have written obituaries for just about every virtue there is. The president's victory and the policies he's enacted, some commentators have argued, has marked the death of civility, tolerance, dignity, freedom and the American dream itself.

Updated at 3:56 p.m. ET

The White House withdrew the nomination Ryan Bounds to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit Thursday afternoon amid allegations of racist writings.

The Senate, on a party-line vote Wednesday, ended debate on the controversial nomination, with a confirmation vote expected Thursday. But instead, the nomination was pulled.

A small explosion and fire in the paint area of a production facility at a Pennsylvania Army depot injured four workers — three seriously — on Wednesday morning, according to the depot commander.

"We do not suspect any type of terrorist activity," Col. Stephen Ledbetter said at a news conference, adding that the investigation into the cause of the explosion is ongoing.

One in five working coal miners in central Appalachia who have worked at least 25 years now suffer from the coal miners' disease black lung. That's the finding from the latest study tracking an epidemic of the incurable and fatal sickness.

California will be staying in one piece, at least for now, after the state's supreme court ruled that a proposal to divide California into three cannot be placed on the ballot in November.

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St. Joseph County Public Library

Michiana Stories: Studebaker Part 1

On this episode of Michiana Stories, Assistant Director of the Studebaker Museum, Jo McCoy, has a conversation with both the museum’s archivist, Andrew Beckman and the museum’s curator, Aaron Warkentin about the innovation at the museum as well as some of their favorite Studebakers. Michiana Stories can be heard Mondays at 7:45 during Morning Edition and at 4:45 during All Things Considered. Michiana Stories is a production of the St. Joseph County Public Library and 88.1 WVPE.

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