John Collier

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Indiana Communities are debating the future of their historic buildings as state and local leaders push for economic development and city expansion.

Some small towns are struggling to maintain these structures in the face of sometimes confusing and conflicting rules and regulations.

CTGL Sylvia 9/7 Preview

Sep 6, 2018
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The Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette begins their main stage productions for the 2018-19 season with Sylvia on Friday, September 7th.  WBAA's John Clare spoke with director John Collier about the A.R. Gurney play.

Find out more about the production here. This Sunday afternoon, September 9th, Natalie's Second Chance No Kill Shelter will be on hand with information and pets to adopt!

Where did I leave my chariot?

Oct 29, 2012

Purdue's 2012 Interdisciplinary Engineering Colloquium will consider the issue of parking. A panel will discuss both technological and cultural perspectives - everything from safety to efficiency to cultural impact.