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Alex Watters
Ally Karsyn

I stood next to my mom at the end of the driveway… and said, “How much would that suck to be paralyzed?”

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show - 9.22.17 (PROMO)

Sep 18, 2017
Bertha Iniguez

This Week's Artists:

Goodbye Old Friend, metal/metalcore from Le Mars, Iowa. 

Emily Johnson Band, classic soul/R & B/ blues from Sioux City, Iowa.

Roger Wendover, soulful, awakened acoustic grooves from La Crosse, Wisconsin.

MIL MUZIQ, R & B/Hip-hop from Sioux City, Iowa

Tune in, EVERY FRIDAY, at 10 p.m., only on Siouxland Public Media.

How to listen:

What happened in the lumber town of Hinckley, Minnesota, on September 1, 1894, was beyond horror.  Four hundred white men, women, and children died, as well as countless Ojibwa in the pine forests all around.  It's probably impossible to know how many human beings died in total, since more than a few transient logging camp workers from as far away as Nebraska were simply never accounted for. 

Ten O'Clock Blues 9.16.17

Sep 17, 2017

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show - 9.15.17

Sep 16, 2017
Bertha Iniguez

This week's artists:

Lamb Theatre

Inspiration can strike from anywhere. Reading the obits one day, Kenneth Jones came across the story of Emily Wheelock Reed, a librarian who lived and worked in Alabama during the 1950's and 60's. Trouble began for her when she added illustrator Garth Williams' book The Rabbits' Wedding to her stacks, a book that portrays the marriage of a black rabbit and a white rabbit.

Cultural Continuum 9-15-17

Sep 15, 2017
WITCC's Institute for Lifelong Learning

Western Iowa Tech’s Institute for Lifelong Learning has released its fall 2017 catalog, featuring movies and concerts, lectures on John Quincy Adams, classes in cooking and self-defense, and more. Coordinator Mara Hall joined Mark Munger to talk about the offerings, starting the conversation with talk of an upcoming trip to Ashland, Nebraska.

WITCC's Institute for Lifelong Learning

Western Iowa Tech’s Institute for Lifelong Learning has released its fall 2017 catalog, featuring movies and concerts, lectures on John Quincy Adams, classes in cooking and self-defense, and more. Coordinator Mara Hall joined Mark Munger to talk about the offerings, starting the conversation with talk of an upcoming trip to Ashland, Nebraska.

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