Recent Episodes

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    November 21st, 2014

    On tonight's show, Cathy Dietz from DTSB tells Gordy about the upcoming Santa's Gingerbread Village Competition. Then, Delta David Snyder and Randy Whiteman play the song "Good Time Tonight." Atheletic Director Jack Swarbrick discusses changes, championships and challenges for the Irish and intercollegiate athletics. Finally we'll hear about a staged radio play of the show coming up at the Acorn

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    November 20th, 2014

    Tonight, the Conservatory of Dance will soon be performing the Contemporary Nutcracker at the Lerner Theatre in Elkhart. The Palais Royale features lots of catered meals for special occasions in its location above the Morris Performing Arts Center. We'll learn about the Union Coffeehouse in Buchanan. Southold Dance Theatre is presenting the return of the Holiday Walk 2014.

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    November 19th, 2014

    On tonight's show, the 42 Annual Madrigal Dinners are happening December 5-7th at Saint Mary's College. Southold Dance Theatre is presenting the return of the Holiday Walk 2014. Betsy Tavernier gives an overview of the walk. There's a new, ground-breaking community choir called The Ripple Effect. And Andy Hughes will tell us what's happening In The Bend.

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    November 18th, 2014

    Tonight, we'll hear about a Christmas Dinner Theatre happening this Sunday then David Smith talks with Gordy about some of the upcoming shows happening at the Lerner Theatre in downtown Elkhart. Elaine Hovenkamp joins us in the WNIT Kitchen to make up a terrific dish perfect for this time of the year. Finally we'll talk about the 13th Annual Turkey Lurkey happening this Saturday.

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    November 17th, 2014

    Tonight, we'll hear about Special Outdoor Leisure Opportunities. Then, Goodwill of Michiana has recently been granted a charter for a new school. We'll talk to Leeah Hopper and Debra Stanley from AIDS Ministries, AIDS Assist about an open house that is going on there. Finally, Ted Barron gives us a preview of some terrific films coming to the Browning Cinema.