In The Moment ... March 2, 2017 Show 41 Hour 1
In 2015 Douglas Preston climbed aboard a rickety, single-engine plane carrying laser technology on loan from NASA that could map the terrain under the dense rainforest canopy. He was looking for a lost civilization. What he discovered was life-changing. Douglas Preston's new book is called THE LOST CITY OF THE MONKEY GOD: A True Story.
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Jennifer White is an artist and gallery owner. The last time we talked with her, she had just announced the opening of Post-Pilgrim Gallery in Sioux Falls as a place where contemporary Native artists and visions could thrive. A year later, the gallery is going strong. Jennifer and other Native artists are featured in this month's South Dakota Magazine.
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Kevin Woster joins us this week to talk about a building in Rapid City that serves to drape hope over a situation that often feels hopeless. We also talk about the differences (and similarities) between President Trump and Bill Janklow. Woster is a journalist and writer. You can find his blog at SDPB.org/Woster.
- This segment starts at 37:23.