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Andrea Mallarino and Marcy Webb, sexual assault advocates at ACCESS in Ames, talk about the Hearts for Art exhibit this weekend at the Ames Public Library, featuring art of sexual assault and domestic violence survivors.
Gavin Aronsen fills in details from his Iowa Informer story on the proposed naming of Ames' 6th Street skateboard park after Georgie Tsushima, local skateboard legend, videographer and community leader who died tragically last year. Teresa Downing-Matibag, Georgie's mother, describes her son's big-hearted vision and his friends' help in keeping his "Flatland Crew" (FLC) campustown skateboard shop open as a resource for Ames skaters.
Ames Convention and Visitors Bureau: In April talented students from around the state will converge on Ames for five different science-focused conventions. Allyson Walters shares other family-oriented events for the coming month.
- Iowa Informer
- Hearts for Art
- Iowa Informer story
- Flatland Crew
- Ames Convention and Visitors Bureau
Originally broadcast 03/28/2016
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