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Kim Morris
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WALK FOR LIFE

First Choice for Women is hosting the Walk for Life annual walk to benefit the lives of unborn children in Delaware County.

 

Click here to register for this amazing event.

BARK FOR LIFE 2015

MidWest Homes for Pets is excited to host Delaware County's second annual American Cancer Society Bark For Life event!

 

Click here to register for this amazing event.

EDUCATOR OF THE MONTH

Each month, 104.1 WLBC and Purdue University College of Technology will choose an extraordinary educator focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics to become 2014 Educator of the Month!
 

COOLEST KID IN WLBCLAND!

We've teamed up with Alaska Heating & Cooling to look for exceptional elementary students in WLBCland!
 

BSU'S DIFFERENCE MAKER OF THE MONTH

Each month a Difference Maker will be chosen by Ball State Federal Credit Union and presented an award in recognition and appreciation of their overall excellence as an employee at Ball State University.  Click here to see this month's Difference Maker!

WLBCLAND COMMUNITY RESOURCES

We're offering a helping hand to those that need it most.  Click here for a listing of helpful resources by county.  Please use these pages as a starting point to seek help for yourself, or for someone you know.  The agencies listed here are for you to contact directly.

MUSIC NEWS

  • Music Review: Zac Brown Band eclectic on 'Jekyll + Hyde'

    This image released by Southern Ground/John Varvatos Records/Big Machine Label Group/Republic Records shows, "Jekyll + Hyde," the latest release by Zac Brown Band. (Southern Ground/John Varvatos Records/Big Machine Label Group/Republic Records via AP)Zac Brown Band, "Jekyll + Hyde" (Southern Ground/John Varvatos/Big Machine/Republic Nashville)


  • Music Review: Stapleton's solo CD takes road less travelled

    This CD cover image released by Mercury Records Nashville shows "Traveller," by Chris Stapleton. (Mercury Records Nashville via AP)Chris Stapleton, "Traveller" (Mercury Nashville)


  • Live Music and Great Dining: A Mighty New Combo

    Live Music and Great Dining: A Mighty New ComboMusic venues with a strong culinary element are popping up all over the city this year. We've grown accustomed to long-standing food trends in this city: kale, craft beer and food trucks, and a huge boom in the last few years of pizzerias and Asian eateries. Something we haven't encountered is a sudden growth in niche spaces, like restaurants and music venues combined. Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club was the first on the scene in 2015, opening on March 13. Like its three sister restaurants—Linger, Root Down, and Root Down D.I.A.—the restaurant is serious about its food.


  • DJ legend van Dyk unites Middle East with dance music

    German DJ Paul van Dyk in 2012He is unlikely to be named a Middle East peace negotiator, but DJ superstar Paul van Dyk says that his music in a way has succeeded where politics has failed. "The Politics of Dancing 3," the German DJ's latest album which was released Monday, brings together artists from around the Middle East in a sign of how electronic music has increasingly become global. Van Dyk -- often considered a pioneer of trance music, although he dislikes the categorization -- brought both established and emerging DJs into the studio for the album, which is driven by fast-paced driving beats and catchy, accelerating melodies. "The collaborations I did, they very clearly show how uniting music is," van Dyk told AFP in New York, where ahead of the album's release he played a six-hour set at a Brooklyn warehouse.