In the Moment ... June 21, 2017 Show 119 Hour 2
Dakota Political Junkies Denise Ross and Seth Tupper join us to talk about the top political headlines in the state. Today we tackle the Rapid City billboard debate, bentanine taxation, and the ongoing conversation between voters and lawmakers regarding voter-initiated ballot measures.
Firearms play a vital role in South Dakota history. A new documentary by South Dakota Public Broadcasting offers you a look at guns as part of that history and guns as a part of our identity. Heritage of Arms premiers on SDPB-TV tomorrow night. We’re joined by SDPB's Brian Gevik.
Thousands of soccer players and fans descend on Sioux Falls this weekend. The city hosts a regional youth soccer tournament. Organizers say no other sporting event in Sioux Falls has a larger economic impact. This isn't the first time the city welcomes soccer teams from the region. SDPB's Kealey Bultena reports as Sioux Falls prepares for the 2017 U-S Youth Soccer Region 2 Midwest Championships.
A new album called “Requiem” has topped the Classical Billboard, Amazon and iTunes charts in recent weeks. It's a recording of the Catholic Mass for the Dead sung in Gregorian chant by a group of priests called The Fraternity – it was recorded in Lincoln, Nebraska and produced by one of the top Classical producers in the world. SDPB's Susie joins us with insight.