In The Moment ... June 20, 2018 Show 362 Hour 2

Founded nearly nine years ago in Sioux Fals, and inspired by Celtic and folk forms both old and new, Maggie In the Meantime is a blend of ballad, folk and storytelling that gives the group a broad appeal with many types of audiences.

Maggie in The Meantime is scheduled to perform tonight at 7:00, weather permitting, at the Bulow Park Bandshell in Beresford.  You can also catch them Friday evening at the Watertown Zoo at 6:00, and at the Huron Public Library next Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

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In The Moment ... June 20, 2018 Show 362 Hour 2

Chuck Parkinson joins the show with a preview of this month's Where Do We Go From Here. The topic is Getting proactive on mental health in western South Dakota -- new ideas and next steps.

From the Black Hills Studio is Chuck Parkinson and Dr. Stephen Manlove - with the Manlove Psychiatric Group.

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In The Moment ... June 20, 2018 Show 362 Hour 2

Each week, In The Moment gathers the week it is in politics. We then bring in our Dakota Political Junkies to provide their knowledge. Today we welcome in Jon Hunter, the publisher of the Madison daily Leader. We also have the executive editor of the Aberdeen American News, JJ Perry.

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In The Moment ... June 20, 2018 Show 362 Hour 1

SDPB's Nate Wek talks about the passing of the new events center in Rapid City and its impact on high school sports and activities.

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In The Moment ... June 20, 2018 Show 362 Hour 1

Recently a series of photographs and letters were processed by the South Dakota State Historical Society. These were World War I era photographs and letters written by Webster native Private Herbert McKennett. Matthew Reitzel is a manuscript archivist with the society and is with us now to expand upon this donation.

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In The Moment ... June 20, 2018 Show 362 Hour 1

On the heels of a World War I documentary on SDPB TV, we are reflecting on those days. Today we remember Harvey Dunn. Dunn was an artist and the majority of his work is housed in the Smithsonian Institute located in Washington DC. Over 100 pieces of his work are in the South Dakota Art Museum in Brookings. Lynn Verschoor is the director and joins us now.

Nigerian Artists And John Lopez Open Show In Lemmon

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An art exhibit that combines found objects, paintings and live performances will shake  up Lemmon this weekend. The show is a collaboration between two Nigerian artists  and their mentor, South Dakota local John Lopez. The work features similarities between African, Western and Native American culture.

John Lopez grew up in Lemmon and his gallery called the Kokomo Inn is full of huge animals. These animals are welded sculptures Lopez makes from metal objects he finds. He tries to capture an animal’s unpredictability and spirit in his larger than life pieces.

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Avera's Wallace Jackmon thinks the topic of media induced anxiety and depression is worthy of a national conversation. Dr. Jackmon has been chosen to present at the National Association of Social Workers national convention in Washington D.C. this week. He joins us with a preview.

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In The Moment ... June 19, 2018 Show 361 Hour 2

Democratic candidates Billie Sutton and Michelle Lavallee have received the party nomination at the statewide convention. As they hit the campaign trail ahead of the general election in November, we welcome them to In the Moment.

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In The Moment ... June 19, 2018 Show 361 Hour 2

Art can be meditation, expression, activism, and escape. It can also be a career. The Oscar Howe Summer Art Institute in Vermillion helps guide the next generation of artists interested in American Indian culture.

Internationally renowned artists Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Neil Ambrose Smith are in Vermillion for the Institute.

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