Thinking critically about yourself, and a winter COVID outlook
In the Moment airs live at 12CT/11MT. The audio will be attached to this webpage soon after the show airs.
On today's show
As we face the first winter with the deadly Delta variant of COVID-19, experts are concerned about what might be ahead. Dr. Jeremy Cauwels is chief physician at Sanford Health, he joins with a COVID-19 update. (5:00)
A new affordable housing development in Spearfish reflects current trends in South Dakota housing projects. It's the results of a public-private partnership and blends housing with recreation, retail, and other amenities. SDPB's Arielle Zionts joins us with more.
How can knowing your values greatly increase your influence in the world? We explore the "High Leverage Practice" of Self with Influential She's Mel Schopp and Deb Soholt.
We Take a Moment for South Dakota history today as we look back at the role of the Dakota Farmers Alliance in the late 1880s. We'll explore how taking pride in farm work helped lead to South Dakota's groundbreaking launch into the initiative and referendum process.
For today's Images of the Past, we talk with Custer resident Jim Frank about one of the city's often overlooked attractions. We'll explore the history of a tramway that once took visitors to an overlook site via motorized gondola cars. We'll also learn more about the current 50-acre mountaintop park that serves as both engineering marvel and showcase of Custer's natural beauty.
Jazz Nightly comes to you live tonight from the SDPB studios in Sioux Falls and the Black Hills. Host Karl Gehrke is with us to preview the Jazz Nightly Holiday Special. The JAS Quintet plays live from the Leo P. Flynn Gallery space in Sioux Falls. Alexander's Good Eggs plays live from the South Dakota Community Foundation gallery space in Rapid City. The show kicks off at 8 p.m. CST / 7 p.m. MST. Performances are streamed via SD.Net and at SDPB Music on Facebook.