In The Moment ... May 15, 2017 Show 093 Hour 1
If you relaxed with a cold drink this week after a long day of work outside, you might have reached for a locally brewed craft beer. The industry is growing in South Dakota, with more consumers seeking out local offerings. For American Craft Beer Week, we're joined by some of the region's top brewers ... Ermin Husidic from Miner Brewing Company in Hill City and Ricardo Tarabelsi from Fernson Brewing Company in Sioux Falls.
The Sanford Lab at Lead is home to high-level research projects conducted a mile underground. Among them is research into dark matter and the nature and origins of neutrinos. An assistant physics professor says understanding neutrinos leads to better understanding of how the universe works. SDPB’s Victoria Wicks spoke with Luke Corwin at a conference at the School of Mines this weekend.
This week kids in Sioux Falls are planting seeds and sprouts in four raised garden beds next to a parking lot. A few days ago, we brought you a conversation from Ground Works-Midwest about teaching gardens. Volunteers have now constructed more places for food to grow. SDPB’s Kealey Bultena takes you to Friday’s build.
The Sioux Empire Film Festival returns to the Belbas Theatre at the Washington Pavilion this weekend in Sioux Falls. May 19 and 20 you can find dozens of film screenings, as well as workshops. Joining the show today are Brent Clouser and Nathan Hoffman.