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She and her husband went to the revival because the church was their church too, sort of. They hadn't been shy about telling their neighbors they liked the United Brethren fellowship but weren't that hot on all that stuff about hell.

Maybe the revival’s title should have kept them away: "Hell, What it is. Where it is. Who Goes There." They went anyway.

Ten O'Clock Blues 4.21.18

Apr 22, 2018

Rev. Freakchild starts us down the path to righteousness (and excellent blues) on this week's edition of the TOB. Also we hear from Kenny Wayne Shepherd, the late Magic Slim and Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats.

Welcome. Sit. Stay. Bean.

Apr 20, 2018

Bean is a 5-month old tuxedo kitten who is currently looking for a new home. She is available now at the Siouxland Humane Society.

Support for Welcome. Sit. Stay. Comes from Priscilla E. Forsyth, Attorney at Law. Providing criminal defense and immigration law services to the Siouxland Community.

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Animal Song of The Week:

Gretchen has a bevy of guests dropping by a live broadcast of Opus at Momo's, next door to the Orpheum Theater, the site for this weekend's ground-breaking performances of West Side Story. She talks with SCSO Board President, Juliet Everist, as well as Christie Tremaine. Also she talks with SCSO Conductor, Ryan Haskins and the production's Associate Director, Christopher Murrah among others.

Food For Thought - Becky Kempers SCFM 4-20-18

Apr 20, 2018

We're thinking spring and Adrian is out of town so we revisit a broadcast with Becky Kempers on this edition of Food For Thought.  Kempers provides us with an overview of what the market is, where its been and what www.farmersmarketsiouxcity.com hopes to achieve this summer.

Cultural Continuum 4-20-18

Apr 20, 2018

Travis Morgan joins Steve to talk about the epic West Side Story production with the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra Saturday and Sunday at the Orpheum Theater. There is also live theater, a bevy of Earth Day events, art at a yoga studio and your usual assemblage of seminars and talks. 

Coming up today on The Exchange, as the political season begins to gear up, we hear from a new presidential candidate who says everyone deserves a basic universal income.

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Also, at look at the life changes of Robert Kennedy.  That and more on the Exchange, today at noon, Siouxland Public Media.

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Welcome to the Exchange, on Siouxland Public Media, I’m Mary Hartnett.  

The Motion of Mars

Apr 19, 2018

This coming summer in 2018, Mars will be spectacular in our night sky as it outshines all the stars and planets except Venus. It won’t be quite as bright as it was in 2003, but nearly! In honor of this, the next few discussions will be about various topics connected to Mars.

This is Jenn Delperdang with the Sioux City Public Library, and you’re listening to Check It Out.

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She told me she remembered Black Sunday, that she’d never forget it in fact, because she was just a little girl, and her family was in church. It was a Sabbath afternoon. It was Palm Sunday too, the first day of Holy Week, and her family was at worship when “the roller” came in, a curtain of darkness, a huge wall of dust swept up from ground shorn of its ancient grasses.  When that roller arrived, she said, the church filled with dust, blinding them all. What she had never forgotten was that the only thing she could see up front behind the pulpit was the pastor’s white collar.

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