In The Moment ... May 3, 2017 Show 085 Hour 1
For national Small Business Week, we sit down with Sioux Falls businessman Vick Strizheus. He's an international internet entrepreneur, speaker, author and business strategist. He's founder and creator of Four Percent, a training center for modern entrepreneurs.
Rising premiums, outrageous bills at the pharmacy, gridlock in Washington. If you think the American healthcare system is broken, you're not alone. Elisabeth Rosenthal is a Harvard-trained medical doctor and an award-winning "New York Times" senior writer. Her book is called "An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You can Take it Back." She joins us to talk about what went wrong with the American healthcare systems and how you can save money, seek vibrant health, and send a message to the industry by asking the right questions in your doctor's office.
SDPB's Kealey Bultena was recently given a regional Murrow award for her feature about South Dakota Symphony Orchestra musicians mentoring students in the Sioux Falls school district. We bring you her award-winning look at what happens when professional musicians migrate into the backpack-laden environment of a South Dakota high school.
SDPB's Gary Ellenbolt was recently honored with a regional Murrow award for sports reporting for his feature on polo in South Dakota. In a state known for its lack of pretension, it might seem surprising to find a sport often considered a mainstay for royalty and the wealthy. Here's Gary Ellenbolt's award-winning piece about a small group of South Dakotans bringing polo to the state.