From Europe, to the Hamptons, to Sioux Falls: Adventures in the arts
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On today's show …
Election day is next week. Voters will decide on Initiated Measure 27. It's a measure that would legalize the possession, use, and distribution of marijuana in South Dakota. Jackie Hendry has the story.
At the core of every new business project in the state, whether it’s a pipeline or a meatpacking plant, are people working to make them happen. Often, citizen groups stand in opposition, with concerns about the impact of business growth and development. SDPB’s C.J. Keene takes a look at how those interests can play out.
American travel writer and television personality Rick Steves has a new mini-series called “Art of Europe.” This 6-week series can be seen on SDPB TV. Rick Steves joins the show with more.
An exhibition featuring work from some of the nation's greatest artists is open now at the Washington Pavilion. Guild Hall, featuring artwork from Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, Chuck Close, and others arrives in Sioux Falls. We talk with curator Cody Henrichs.
Plus, why would you gather people who snipe at each other online together in a field with loaded shotguns? Kevin Woster welcomes the return of the Mount Blogmore hunt.