Regionally Speaking, Thursday, March 17, 2016
On Regionally Speaking: Chris Nolte talks with an author and researcher who’s spent a lot of time looking at letters sent home by soldiers during wartime from many different conflicts in history. Andrew Carroll will recount what he’s learned when he speaks on March 25th on the IU Northwest campus, during the university’s year-long exploration of America’s military experience.
Todd Ziegler of Indiana Landmarks also talks about the May 21st “Logs to Lustrons” architectural tour at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. It explores places that include restored residences that are not normally open to the public and vacant landmarks that are in need of a new use.
Kathy Sipple, who’s created the Northwest Indiana Timebank, will speak next month at the Northwest Indiana Earth Day celebration at the Porter Ciounty Expo Center in Valparaiso. She talks with Chris about her creation, and how it’s a big benefit to the environment.