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Experience Michiana - January 23rd, 2013

Episode #323 - January 23rd, 2013

Tonight, John Shoup and Jessica Hardy talk about an upcoming comedy film festival, Andrew Beckman from Studebaker Nation Museum tells us about a new exhibit that's going to be open for Black History month, and much more.

Original Airdate: January 24, 2013

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    Laugh Out Local
    John Shoup, Jessica Hardy More Information
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    Laugh Out Local

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    John Shoup and Jessica Hardy talk about the Chicago Comedy Film Festival Laugh Out Local event that will take place at the Bristol Opera House on Saturday, January 26th at 6:00pm. It’s a chance to see this year’s winning comedy films.  There will also be an Improv workshop.

    Guests

    1. John ShoupArtistic Technical DirectorElkhart Civic Theater
    2. Jessica Hardy

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    Not So Open Road
    Andrew Beckman More Information
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    Not So Open Road

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    Andrew Beckman talks to us about what’s happening at the Studebaker Museum.  There's a new exhibit for Black History Month called "No So Open Road" that showcases travel in the U.S. before the civil rights movement.  Another exhibit showcases Studebakers involvement in the Indianapolis 500. That and an event called "Drinkin' with Lincoln."

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    1. Andrew BeckmanArchivistStudebaker National Museum

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    InTheBend.com: Andy Hughes
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    InTheBend.com: Andy Hughes

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    Guests

    1. Andrew S. HughesArts & Entertainment EditorInTheBend.com

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    Snow Globes
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    Snow Globes

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