In The Moment: How Do Cryptocurrencies Impact The U.S. Dollar?

Jun 7, 2021

In the Moment, June 7, 2021 Show 1063.

Jim Petrick is a hog producer out of Gayville. He will discuss the recent meat packing cyberattack and the impact it may have in South Dakota.

We explore the ongoing impact of the American Rescue Plan on South Dakota's small business. Jaime Wood with the U.S. Small Business Association joins us.

We continue our crash course in economic theory as Joe Santos, a professor in the Department of Economics at SDSU, discusses cryptocurrency and what currencies such as Bitcoin and Dogecoin mean for the U.S. dollar.

We take a moment to remember Charles Ingalls, the father of Laura Ingalls Wilder. He died this week in 1902.

We meet artist, sculptor and musician James Van Nuys and hear the sounds from his resonator guitar on "Old Guitars and the Local Musicians Who Love Them."

We look at what regional artists have been working on during the pandemic as we preview "Proof of Life II," a visual arts exhibit at the Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City. Denise Du Broy is the museum's director and curator. She joins us from SDPB's Black Hills Studio.