Rebecca Thiele

Announcer & Producer

Rebecca Thiele became the Arts & More producer for WMUK in 2011. Rebecca also assists the station with social media practices and occasionally anchors during All Things Considered. She is a proud graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism.

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Theatre
9:38 pm
Mon October 7, 2013

Theatre disasters showcased in 'Noises Off' at WMU

Nathaniel Sabo (on shoulders), Deontez Lockett (middle), Lexie Plath (left), Sarah West right)
Credit John Lacko

Behind the curtain, theatres are hotbeds for chaos and no play shows this better than Noises Off.

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Fine Art
6:45 pm
Wed October 2, 2013

Yoga instructor makes mosaics out of CDs

Credit Jerry Givens

Remember all of those old AOL discs you used to get in the mail? Artist Jerry Givens wishes he had more of them. Givens makes mosaics out of cut up CDs. At today’s Kalamazoo Art Hop, his art will be at Sangha Yoga where Givens is general manager.

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6:43 pm
Wed October 2, 2013

State fees go up for birth, death, marriage records and copies

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The standard fee to search for a record would increase by $8. Copies would rise from $29 to $42.
LANSING, MI -- Searching birth, death, marriage or divorce records and requesting copies is about to get more expensive in Michigan. The state Senate on Tuesday narrowly approved a bill expected to help the Department of Community Health generate $1.5 million a year in new revenue through increased vital records fees.
3:43 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

Bills seek to prevent scrap metal theft

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The legislation would not allow recycling companies to pay people cash for commonly stolen items like copper wire, air conditioners, and catalytic converters. Recycling companies can also choose to hold off on cash payments for three days.
LANSING, MI -- A Michigan House panel on Tuesday approved a long-discussed, much-debated proposal designed to curb metal theft that lawmakers and law enforcement agencies have said is " tearing apart communities." The bipartisan legislation, nearly two years in the making and still a priority for Michigan Gov.
3:25 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

Bike signals might change in Michigan

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To signal a right turn on a bicycle, you’re supposed to use an upturned left arm. But many cyclists just put their right arm straight out. A bill that’s circulating in the state House would allow both.
LANSING - On a day when the federal government shutdown and the Affordable Care Act went into effect, even the most mundane business was happening in the state Capitol. The House Transportation and Infrastructure committee unanimously passed a bill that would allow bicyclists to use an additional method to signal a right hand turn.

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