In The Moment ... May 8, 2017 Show 088 Hour 1
We're joined by members of the JAS Quintet. Today they bring you a taste of the fourth offering in the Jazz Curators series. "Lady Day" explores the life and music of jazz legend Billie Holiday. Shows are this weekend, May 12 and 13 at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls.
An issue that infiltrated the 1990s is catching the eye of South Dakotans who fish. The South Dakota Supreme Court will rule on the second of two lawsuits pertaining to public access to bodies of water for recreation. It's an issue that took center stage in Day County, where several bodies of water formed more than two decades ago following heavy snow and spring rains. Since then sportsmen have wanted access to the water that pools on private property, but landowners want their privacy. State law holds water in trust for "beneficial use" for the public. As for what beneficial use actually means? That's now for lawmakers to decide. SDPB's Lee Strubinger takes us to Day County where the lawsuits began.
Roger Broer is known for his unique method for creating image transfers. The artist uses handmade tools to move paint and pastel from glass to paper. SDPB's Chynna Lockett spoke with Broer in his Hill City studio while he worked.