The emotional blocks that keep us from preparing for the inevitable
In the Moment is SDPB’s daily radio news and arts program.
On today's show:
The decision was made to make the South Dakota Festival of Books a virtual event. Ann Volin with the South Dakota Humanities Council join us with details.
How's the economy doing in the Black Hills region? We check in with Tom Johnson, he's the president and CEO of Elevate Rapid City.
Financial advisor and therapist Rick Kahler joins us to discuss the emotional blocks that keep us from preparing for the inevitable.
On this date in 1970, Rapid City recorded its earliest measurable snowfall since 1888! The record, however, was broken again on September 11, 2014.
We learn the history of the Flandreau Indian School during an installment of "Images of the Past."
Interdisciplinary artist Duy Hoang is the Stuart Artist-in-Residence at South Dakota State University. Tomorrow evening he gives a public lecture titled "Eat a Plum, Give a Peach," in which he shows the progression of his art form over the last few years. The event is at 6:00 p.m. in Founders Recital Hall on the SDSU campus.
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