It's an organization that celebrates the "best in human values" and serves as a resource for lifelong learning. How can a creative community founded during a time of lack of information thrive in the age of information overwhelm?
Michael E. Hill is the president of the Chautauqua Institution, a nonprofit that welcomes 7,500 persons in residence during a nine-week summer season on Chautauqua Lake in southwestern New York. He visited Rapid City as part of the Morning Fill-up, sponsored by the Numad Group with support from the Bush Foundation.
When we learned journalist David Owen had written a new book about hearing, we knew we wanted to welcome him to In the Moment because your ability to hear is incredibly important to us. His book is called "Volume Control: Hearing in a Deafening World."
In The Moment ... September 27, 2019 Show 668 Hour 1
The Rough and Tumble is a folk-Americana music duo. They released a new album "Howling Back at the Wounded Dog" earlier this month. This weekend, you can see them under the South Dakota Skies in Hill City, Rapid City, and Hot Spring. This is the last time you'll see them in South Dakota until next year, so plan accordingly.
Rob Monson is the executive director of School Administrators of South Dakota, Eric Knight is the Superintendent of Centerville School District, and Kevin Nelson is an education consultant and former Principal at Beresford Elementary.
The relationships we cultivate in our lives are essential to happiness. But what about our health?
In The Moment producer Josh Haiar and Dr. Nathan Deichert, Associate Professor of Psychology at Black Hills State University, discuss Deichert's research which examines how a person's gratitude, environment and mood relate to physical health.