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    • Coolest Kid in WLBCland - January 2015

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WLBC POLL

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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

  • 'Sound of Music' 50th Anniversary: The Real von Trapps Reflect on the Iconic Film

    "The Sound of Music" turns 50 today and is still just as iconic as ever, decades after Julie Andrews starred as Maria in the 1965 classic.

  • iTunes in March: 'The Imitation Game,' 'Wild,' 'The Last Man on Earth' and More

    Apple's store is also offering Adam Sandler's latest 'The Cobbler' and Ethan Hawke's 'Cymbeline' and free episodes of big March series premieres, including ABC's 'Secrets and Lies' and 'American Crime,' CBS' 'Battle Creek' and TV Land's 'Younger.'

  • Epic Celebrity Falls: Music Edition

    Madonna falls as she performs on stage for the BRIT Awards 2015 at The O2 Arena on February 25, 2015 in London -- Getty ImagesMadonna took a hard tumble at the BRIT Awards (we feel for ya girl) and we couldn’t help but take a look back at some of the best spills, tumbles and trips in music.


  • Music industry moves to Friday global album release

    Key groups representing music retailers, record companies and artists said that they would coordinate album releases to go out everywhere each Friday at one minute past midnight local timeThe music industry has announced an agreement to release albums globally on Fridays, ending divergences among regions that have fueled piracy in an age of instant music. Thursday's decision, after nine months of consultation, is expected to go into effect by summer in the Northern Hemisphere, said Frances Moore, chief executive officer of the music industry's global body IFPI. "What is absolutely clear is that there is nearly unanimous agreement that a global release date is a good thing," Moore told AFP. Under longstanding traditions, albums are generally released on Monday in Britain and France, Tuesday in the United States, Wednesday in Japan and Friday in Australia and Germany.