Lakeshore Public Radio

Lakeshore Public Radio 89.1FM, initially known as The Lakeshore 89.1FM, first hit the airwaves across Northwest Indiana on January 19, 2010. The station was created after the board of directors for Lakeshore Public Media, which also operates our sister station Lakeshore PBS, saw the need for regional access to a public radio station in order to provide localized up-to-the-minute news and information for NW Indiana residents.

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The Indiana Broadcaster's Association provides the latest updates on coronavirus as it impacts Hoosiers.

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The Indiana Broadcaster's Association provides the latest updates on coronavirus as it impacts Hoosiers.

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How do human beings respond to invisible threats like the coronavirus and carbon pollution? One threat is personal, direct, and close – touch an infected surface or talk too close to someone and you could be deathly sick in a matter of days. The other is impersonal, indirect, and far away– driving your car contributes in some tiny way to future melting glaciers, rising seas, and scorching heat waves. And yet responding to both requires a similar shift in mindset and behavior.

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The Indiana Broadcaster's Association provides the latest updates on coronavirus as it impacts Hoosiers.

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The Indiana Broadcaster's Association provides the latest updates on coronavirus as it impacts Hoosiers.

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The Indiana Broadcaster's Association provides the latest updates on COVID-19 as it impacts Hoosiers.

Carl Lisek, host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Mitch Barloga, Active Transportation Manager of Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC).

Regionally Speaking host Chris Nolte talks with Dawn Michaels, Executive Director for Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana and Gina Leckron, State Director- Habitat for Humanity of Indiana about an urgent plea to Congress to go further in supporting housing stability and nonprofits during COVID-19 pandemic. 

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The Indiana Broadcaster's Association provides the latest updates on COVID-19 as it impacts Hoosiers.

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The Indiana Broadcaster's Association provides the latest updates on COVID-19 as it impacts Hoosiers.

Lakeshore Public Radio host Chris Nolte has a conversation with Victor Garcia executive director of the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana about the organizations efforts to meet the increased needs of the community in response to the COVID-19 crisis. 

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The Indiana Broadcaster's Association provides the latest updates on COVID-19 as it impacts Hoosiers.

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Regionally Speaking host Chris Nolte speaks with Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill about scams related to COVID-19. Attorney General Hill urged Hoosiers to remain vigilant during these hardships and to always be on the lookout for fraudulent activities. 

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Indiana Broadcasters Association provides the latest news on COVID-19 and how it impacts Hoosiers.

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The latest from Indiana Broadcasters Association on COVID-19 and how it affects Indiana.

Carl Lisek, host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Amy Hill, General Manager & CEO of South Bend Public Transportation Corporation (Transpo).

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The latest updates on COVID-19 from the Indiana Broadcasters Association.

Chris Nolte gets the latest news on COVID-19 as it affects Indiana, with IPB News' Lauren Chapman.

Carl Lisek, host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Peter Clevering, Marketing Director of Homewood Disposal Service.

Our journals of the plague year start this week. Coronavirus went pandemic, and the investors’ bull market turned free-falling bear.  In the conversation market, the monopolist Donald Trump is upstaged after 5 years, by a microscopic bug out of China. We’ve seen Italy’s hospitals sinking under the viral load, and satellite photos of mass graves being dug in Iran.  Pro-basketball shut down for the season, and college kids got told not to come back after spring break. Tom Hanks and his wife tested positive in Australia, and Americans found they couldn’t get tested at home.

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From Valparaiso University:

Due to the COVID-19 situation, Valparaiso University has cancelled all events and activities where 100 or more attendees or participants may be present in order to best protect our community and all involved.  We regret to inform you that the Jazz Festival is cancelled this year.  We look forward to presenting a great Jazz Festival in April of 2021.

Carl Lisek, host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Gus Olympidis, President & CEO of Family Express Corporation.

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John Cain, host of "Eye on the Arts," talks with Kirk Muspratt with the Northwest Indiana Symphony about the April 3rd performance of Carmina Burana.

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This week on "Art on the Air," Tim King of LaPorte Symphony returns to update us about their conductor search and the auditions for The Hoosier Star.

Micah Bornstein in for host John Cain, with "Eye on the Arts," talks with Pat Port of the Genesius Guild, about the upcoming performances of the Musical Annie! taking place through March 23rd.

This Week on "Art on the Air," we will have photographers Paul Lawson discussing his recent photo excursion out west, and Carol Estes discussing her many recent projects including becoming president of Area Artists Association.

On this edition of "Let's Eat, with Chef Nick," Steve and Steve join us in the studio to talk about the partnership between Crown Brewing and Howe Farms.

Carl Lisek, host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Kevin Wood, Clean Transportation Specialist for Center for Sustainable Energy & Principle Investigator on the U.S. Department of Energy’s Vehicle.

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