This is a skit by Ben Goldberg. This skit is an adaptation of the classic story, The Tortoise and the Hare. This skit includes various characters and sound effects to bring the story to life. If you enjoy this skit, many more are available throughout our website!
Have you ever wondered what your pet was thinking? WHJE’s Sarah Lein takes you through a Saturday morning as her dog, Koopa. Experience walking, talking, eating, and that special relationship with man’s best friend.
Carol Farney loves children. She has been the director of Children’s Learning Program in Zionsville for 22 years. In this profile, she explains why she loves her job and loves children so much. Many people within her school and the community appreciate all of her hard work she has put into her job for the last two decades.
In this first edition of Under the Microphone, Zach Miller and Brennan Walters dive in to the question, is it possible to describe a color? For something that most people see every day, it’s surprising that humans haven’t yet grasped the ability to describe a specific color, for instance lime green, to someone who’s never seen that color or any other color before. So why is this? Several things can help us understand why this might be impossible, including the human eye’s limited ability, and impossible colors…
The impossible color experiment discussed in this episode can be found here: http://goo.gl/g6WFYJ
Carmel Dance Marathon is in its 11th year of raising money for Riley. Listen to coverage of this amazing night.
On Thursday, February 25th, Carmel High School put on a charity auction dinner catered by Biaggi’s to raise money for Carmel Dance Marathon.
Jack Kizer, Brady Klain, and Sam Weiderhaft discuss the latest in Carmel Greyhound Athletics featuring an interview with Senior Carmel Girls Swimmer Claire Adams and Junior Basketball Point Guard Sterling Brown.