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WGLT Sound Ideas- 2/3/21

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The Normal Theater is reopening and it's first film is about a pandemic, an airborne form of Alzheimer's Disease. Theater Manager Adam Fox talks about the film Little Fish and its appropriate, yet coincidental connection to the times we live in. Plus, reopening restaurants in Bloomington-Normal are having a tough time getting help. A lot of the professional class of restaurant workers; managers, chefs, sous chefs and so on, have moved on - or out -of town. The economy may not look the same once the pandemic is over, but it will recover. Hear an economist's take on the issue. Havana wants to become a tourist hot spot, but it's not the city in Cuba. It's the Havana in central Illinois.
 

Patrick Grogan is an intern at WGLT. He joined the station in 2021.