In The Moment

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In the Moment is SDPB’s daily news and culture magazine program. We have a deeply rooted sense of place, and that place is South Dakota. In the Moment features authentic conversations with news makers, scholars, artists, and everyday South Dakotans. We bring you world-class radio storytelling featuring the highest journalistic integrity. We tell true stories of our state and true stories of people who are doing something or creating something for a reason. We tell these stories with intelligence, fairness, compassion and imagination. We bring our listeners into the conversations and keep them In the Moment.

Keep up with Lori Walsh by reading her "In the Margins" blog at www.sdpb.org/margins.

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In The Moment ... June 18, 2018 Show 360 Hour 2

This summer, SDPB brings you highlights from the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra's 2017-2018 Season.

Our Summer with the Symphony series offers uninterrupted recordings of live performances from the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, including insight into the history of the music and the artists who created and performed it.

Today we bring you Ballad Nocturne with composer Ann Millikin and piano soloist Emanuele Arciuli.

Chris Laughery

In the Moment ... June 18, 2018 Show 360 Hour 1

South Dakota Public Broadcasting brings you a new Images of the Past documentary "From the Great Plains to the Great War," premiering Monday, June 25 at 9 p.m. Central, 8 Mountain on SDPB-TV.

This week we help you get ready for this compelling look at the role of South Dakotans in the Great War with a series of conversations on In the Moment. Today we welcome Kurt Hackemer, with the Department of History at the University of South Dakota.

In The Moment ... June 18, 2018 Show 360 Hour 1

The Capitol Hill Challenge brings nearly 3,400 teams of students from all 50 states into competition. The challenge? Invest a hypothetical $100,000 for a 14 week time period in listed stocks, bonds, and mutual funds and maximize the return of your team portfolio.

Philip High School is the first South Dakota school to place in the top ten nationally.

Cara Hetland

In The Moment ... June 18, 2018 Show 360 Hour 2

South Dakota Republicans gather this week in Pierre for their statewide convention. The event kicks off on Wednesday, June 20 at the Ramkota Conference Center and Hotel.

Today we welcome Dave Roetman to the program. He's Finance Director for the South Dakota Republican Party and Chairman, Minnehaha County Republicans.

Western Dakota Tech

In The Moment ... June 18, 2018 Show 360 Hour 2

Western Dakota Tech is hosting a poverty simulation on June 21st. Barb Garcia is facilitator. She joins us for a preview of the process and to discuss hopes for systemic economic and cultural change.

wbay.com

In the Moment ... June 18, 2018 Show 360 Hour 1

For perspective on trade and how it impacts South Dakota farmers and consumers, we welcome agricultural economist Evert Van der Sluis.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... June 15, 2018 Show 359 Hour 1

From a drag queen storytime to a party in Terrace Park, Sioux Falls Pride keeps the festivities going this weekend.

It's part of a nation-wide Pride month that celebrates and advocates for the LGBTQ community.

Joining us for a preview is Adam Dale Jorgenson, President of Sioux Falls Pride 2018.

What is America's best loved novel? South Dakota Public Broadcasting and PBS bring you The Great American Read. The choices have been narrowed down to a list of 100 fiction books, and you can find the list and vote for your favorite here. Vote daily and tune in throughout the summer to In The Moment as we discuss books and all their many wonders. 

SDPB's Jackie Hendry took a look at the list to tell us about one of her best loved novels:

In The Moment ... June 14, 2018 Show 358 Hour 2

Earlier this morning, Democratic candidate Billie Sutton announced his running mate in the race for governor.

Michelle Lavallee is a Sioux Falls businesswoman and a former Republican.

SDPB's Lee Strubinger joins the show to tell us more about Sutton's running mate.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... June 14, 2018 Show 358 Hour 2

Lincoln, Nebraska based singer/songwriter Andrea von Kampen provided a Moment in Sound segment in advance of her appearance at the White Wall Sessions in Sioux Falls.

With over 4 million Spotify streams and counting, von Kampen has quickly established herself in the recording studio and on the road.

"We were completely blown away" - NPR's All Songs Considered.

In The Moment ... June 14, 2018 Show 358 Hour 1

Tonight on On Call with the Prairie Doc, Dr. Richard Holm discusses the "Great Mysteries of Life."

He joins SDPB's Lori Walsh on In The Moment for his weekly preview.

It’s been a hard year for large retail stores across the nation. In South Dakota several department stores, including Younkers, Herberger’s, and JC Penney’s have closed or announced closings in malls across the state. However, that doesn’t mean people have stopped shopping. In fact while large department stores close another type of retail has boomed in the past year.

capjournal.com

In The Moment ... June 14, 2018 Show 358 Hour 1

As South Dakota Democrats get ready to gather for their statewide convention, delegates weigh their choices for Constitutional officers. For a look at the process, we welcome one of the Democratic candidates for Attorney General, Randy Seiler.

On The Other Hand With Kevin Woster

Jun 14, 2018
SDPB

In The Moment ... June 14, 2018 Show 358 Hour 1

Kevin Woster visits about his latest On The Other Hand blog post at SDPB.org.  Today's discussion centers on the race for South Dakota's Attorney General polition - and that elusive mountain lion!

SDPB

In The Moment ... June 13, 2018 Show 357 Hour 1

This week marks the 69th SD High School Rodeo final in South Dakota, where young cowboys and cowgirls from throughout the state will take the final step to representing South Dakota in the national championships held next month in Wyoming.

Heather Benson stops by to talk about the path these kids take to get there and what to expect during the weekend in Belle Fourche.

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... June 13, 2018 Show 357 Hour 2 

Comedian Zac Maas heads home. The comedian returns to the Black Hills of South Dakota to record his first comedy album at Western Dakota Improv. You can see him on June 15 and 16 in Rapid City.

He currently works out of the Denver comedy scene, but South Dakota still provides plenty of material for his act.

Dakota Poltical Junkies Talk Dem Convention And AG

Jun 13, 2018
SDPB

In The Moment ... June 13, 2018 Show 357 Hour 2

Dakota Political Junkies Jonathan Ellis and Denise Ross discuss the upcoming state convention for Democrats, the race for Attorney General, Senator John Thune and the 2018 Farm Bill.

The Junkies convene every Wednesday at 12:06 p.m Central/11:06 a.m. Mountain on In The Moment.

discussions.mnhs.org

In The Moment ... June 13, 2018 Show 357 Hour 2

What if you had to learn your family's story by visiting the archives of museums and universities? Kate Beane and her family spent a decade piecing together a story ... that of Charles Alexander Eastman, Ohiyesa in Dakota. He was a doctor and a writer. He described himself as an Indian and as an American.  

Now SDPB and Vision Maker Media present a free, public screening of the documentary Ohiyesa: The Soul of An Indian. Join us Saturday, June 16, at 6:00 p.m. at SDPB's Sioux Falls Studio, 601 N. Phillips Avenue, Suite 100.

"Ghostbuster's Daughter"

Jun 13, 2018
Penguin Random House

In The Moment ... June 13, 2018 Show 357 Hour 1 

When Harold Ramis died in 2014, he left behind millions of fans who cherished his work as an actor, writer and director of comedy classics like Animal House, Caddyshack, Vacation, Groundhog Day and Ghostbusters.  His movies are filled with satire, original storytelling, and quotable lines.

While working on the stage and on radio with The Second City and National Lampoon, Ramis performed alongside comedy icons like John Belushi, Bill Murray, Christopher Guest, Gilda Radner and Joe Flaherty.

sanfordhealth.org

In The Moment ... June 13, 2018 Show 357 Hour 1

This month, NPR brings you a new series called "How to Raise a Human." Follow the hashtag on social medial or on NPR.org.

SDPB brings those conversations home to South Dakota by welcoming pediatricians and parenting coaches and parents to talk about the glorious and messy and marvelous journey that is parenting.

Sue Illg is a parenting coach at Sanford Health.  She talks about "Helping the Mother."

sdfu.org

In The Moment ... June 12, 2018 Show 356 Hour 1

Is there a pathway for expansion of ethanol markets or are fuel economy regulations in the way? Are those regulations effective for other reasons? To help us understand current EPA rules and to discuss the Renewable Enhancement and Growth Support rule, we're joined by Doug Sombke, President of the South Dakota Farmers Union.

Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... June 12, 2018 Show 356 Hour 1

The Oscar Howe Summer Art Institute honors longtime University of South Dakota professor and Northern Plains artists Oscar Howe. He established the institute in the 1960s in order to guide the next generation of Native American artists.

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... June 12, 2018 Show 356 Hour 2

Judd Hoos has just released a new album and a new single.  Plus, they're playing over 30 concert dates this summer to support their new music.

Judd Hoos is an American Rock Band based in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Breathe In was released just over a year ago and charted number 23 on the iTunes new rock charts. Since then the band has spent the past year promoting their full length album, Music In The Dark.

sdpb.org

In The Moment ... June 12, 2018 Show 356 Hour 2

South Dakota Democrats gather this week for their 2018 State Convention.

South Dakota Democratic Party Chair Ann Tornberg and Executive Director Sam Parkinson preview the convention.

Mary Stadick Smith

In The Moment ... June 12, 2018 Show 356 Hour 1

People stay in their careers for more than a paycheck. They seek purpose and a positive work environment, benefits and continuing education.

Mentorship can play a big role in not only improving outcomes at work, but in retaining staff. SDPB's Jackie Hendry has been exploring how mentorship works with South Dakota teachers.

www.narongmusic.com

In the Moment ... June 11, 2018 Show 355 Hour 2

This summer, SDPB brings you highlights from the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra's 2017-18 Season.

Our Summer with the Symphony series offers uninterrupted recordings of live performances from the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, including insight into the history of the music and the artists who created and performed it.

Patrick Hicks

In The Moment ... June 11, 2018 Show 355 Hour 1

Patrick Hicks is writer-in-residence at Augustana University and the author of "The Commandant of Lubizec," "The Collector of Names," "Adoptable," and others.

He's recently returned from a research trip where he visited the site of the Ravensbruck Nazi concentration camp.

Joseph Bottom

In the Moment ... June 11, 2018 Show 355 Hour 2

What are the cultural consequences of computers? Dakota State University continues the quest to explore the topic with an upcoming lecture from Heather Wilson, Secretary of the Air Force, on Monday, June 25. She'll focus on topic of "Computers and War."

Joseph Bottum leads The Classics Institute at Dakota State University, dedicated to exploring the good and the ill of our digitized world.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... June 11, 2018 Show 355 Hour 1

Alisyn Camerota's novel Amanda Wakes Up features fierce and frazzled protagonist Amanda Gallo, who lands a coveted spot on a cable news morning show, only to have her journalistic moral compass battered by lazy producers, the blood-sport of Twitter, and the chaos of an increasingly surreal presidential campaign.

Amanda Wakes Up is now in paperback.

Pat Hahn's Interesting Career

Jun 11, 2018
South Dakota Veterans Forum

In The Moment ... June 8, 2018 Show 354 Hour 1

From 1961-63, Pat Hahn worked as the secretary to the station commander at Rushmore Air Force Station, the secure weapons administration, storage and handling facility for atomic weapons.

She joins In The Moment at the Black Hills Bureau to explain her interesting work.

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