Literature, language, and its influence on healthcare
In the Moment is SDPB’s daily news and arts program.
On today's show:
A look into the latest releases of the South Dakota COVID-19 Family Impact Survey. We check in with SDSU Poll director Professor David Wiltse.
SDPB's Lee Strubinger takes us to North Rapid City, a neighborhood that's been divided up politically by the state Legislature for decades. Some are hoping to change that this year.
Dr. Jerome Freeman from Sanford Health joins us for our September literary heritage spotlight. He will discuss how literature has informed his medical practice.
Billy Mills grew up in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, became a Kansas Jayhawk, enlisted in the Marines, and became an Olympic legend and an all-star track athlete, with many record-breaking feats and a lifetime of achievements.
Longtime South Dakota journalist Kevin Woster, an SDPB contributor, wants people to consider this as an alternative name for Custer State Park: Elk Song State Park. He joins Lori Walsh to discuss his recent blog post.
David Hersrud visits with Larry Rohrer about hologram concerts, music merchandising and Layla Revisited in a new episode of Fresh Tracs.
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