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Remembering the Sabbath, plus a time and place for Gonzo journalism

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On today's show …

The Big Sioux River Water Summit is expanding in scope to become the Big Sioux River and Sustainability Summit. Travis Entenman is the Managing Director of Friends of the Big Sioux River. He joins us in our Sioux Falls Studio.

We begin a series on the foundations of the Sabbath and ask what a day of rest means in a contemporary world. Professors Murray Haar and Jill Storm sit down in the studio to discuss the Jewish traditions around the Sabbath and how we recognize the meaning of freedom.

Journalists get paid to set aside personal bias when they report. There are some notable exceptions to that standard. How are we to look at objectivity in the media today? Kevin Woster writes about it on his blog.

Plus, David Hersrud and Larry Rohrer unveil parts of the "Top Albums of the Year" list with music from Amanda Shires, The Beths', Artic Monkeys, and Soccer Mommy.

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Lori Walsh is the host and senior producer of In the Moment.
Carl Norquist is a producer and writer for In the Moment. An EMMY-winning producer, Carl previously worked for KTIV News 4 in Sioux City, IA. Carl is a Minnesota native and graduate of Augustana University with majors in Art and English.
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