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Carl Norquist

Broadcast Media Specialist

Carl Norquist is a producer and writer for In the Moment. An EMMY-winning producer, Carl previously worked for KTIV News 4 in Sioux City, IA. Carl is a Minnesota native and graduate of Augustana University with majors in Art and English.

  • In the Moment is live from the State Arts Conference in Rapid City. It's a celebration and a call to action. We'll talk with industry leaders about the influence of artists, from the well-known to the everyman. And we'll ask: What do artists need from us, what do we need from them, to build healthy creative communities across our region?
  • Visitors at the South Dakota arts conference are invited to make time for an exhibit entitled "The Chair is Not Me."It features a collection of writing by J.J. James Janis with illustrations from artists with disabilities. Janis, who has has cerebral palsy, has penned a series of poems inspired by his experiences. His work shines a light on the struggles and triumphs of people with disabilities.
  • A new SDSU poll takes the temperature of voters ahead of the June 7th primary. Dakota Political Junkies Dave Wiltse and Lisa Hager also check in with how politics prepares for the Dobbs decision. Dr. Shankar Kurra is with us for a South Dakota COVID update. Plus, we preview the state arts conference as In the Moment prepares to hit the road for Rapid City.
  • May is National Moving Month, and the Better Business Bureau is warning of scams. Students graduating and starting new jobs make this time of year the busiest for moving.Jessie Schmidt is the South Dakota State Director of the Better Business Bureau. She says there are three common moving scams people should look out for.
  • An exhibition entitled "the Gift" is open now at the South Dakota Art Museum in Brookings. It tells the traditional Lakotan Narrative of the White Buffalo woman, who presented a sacred pipe to the Itazipco Oyate.
  • South Dakotans are on the move. We look at how to move without being scammed. We check in with a Black Hills business reimagining 3D printing. Plus, a traditional Lakotan narrative about when White Buffalo Woman gave a sacred pipe to an oyate of the Oceti Sakowin. We talk about the multimedia art exhibition "The Gift."
  • Linda Boyle has made it her mission to tell the stories of the Black Hills through song. In Illinois and South Dakota she has presented music and educational workshops for children and adults.Boyle's work has a strong sense of place, with themes of spirituality, multiculturalism, and love for mother nature. She joins Lori Walsh on In the Moment to discuss how the Black Hills have informed her work as a musician, artist, writer, and educator.
  • Are you a hard worker or a workaholic? We might think keeping the nose to the grindstone is a sign of virtue, but what happens when it's a sign of emotional pain? We talk with financial therapist Rick Kahler. Plus, hepatitis of unknown origin in children and what parents need to know about the liver disease.
  • Rapid City School District administrators intercepted 355 books an educator committee had requested for a 12th grade English class. The district says the books contain explicit sexual material inappropriate for school use. Now the school board will have to decide what to do with the books.We spend the hour talking about literature, education, and the First Amendment. Our guests include Jonathan Friedman with PEN America, author Dave Eggers, whose book "The Circle" is one of the prohibited titles, and members of the Rapid City school community.
  • A new generation will face the challenges of conservation and the Jane Goodall Roots & Shoots helps South Dakota kids see the future as something they can influence. We talk with renowned conservationist, author, and activist Dr. Jane Goodall.