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The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show 10.06.17

Oct 6, 2017
Bertha Iniguez

  

This week's artists:

Would You Kindly? pop punk from Sioux City, Iowa.

Angie Hosh post punk/Goth/synth pop from Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Mike Langley singer songwriter from Sioux City, Iowa.

Moreland and Arbuckle roots/blues/rock from Wichita, Kansas

Ways to tune in:

Sioux City area - 90.3, Iowa Great Lakes - 90.7, Everywhere - Siouxland Public Media App

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Cultural Continuum 10-06-17

Oct 6, 2017

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show - 10.06.17 (PROMO)

Oct 5, 2017
Bertha Iniguez

This week's artists:

Would You Kindly? pop punk from Sioux City, Iowa.

Angie Hosh post punk/Goth/synth pop from Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Mike Langley singer songwriter from Sioux City, Iowa.

Moreland and Arbuckle roots/blues/rock from Wichita, Kansas

Ways to tune in:

Sioux City area - 90.3, Iowa Great Lakes - 90.7, Everywhere - Siouxland Public Media App

Fridays, at 10 pm.

Don Davis

Let’s talk about the possibilities of collisions with the Earth.

Actually, our Earth is being hit all the time by cosmic dust and meteors. More often than not, these will fall into the atmosphere and burn up, producing a streak of light in the sky we call a “shooting star.”  But sometimes the chunks are big enough so that part of the original chunk gets through the atmosphere.  Anywhere between 5 – 300 metric tons of dust and meteors strike the Earth per day!

  

League of Women Voters Candidate Forum-10/03/17 

Coming up on The Exchange, we present a question and answer session with the media from last night’s League of Women Voter’s forum with the nine candidates for the Sioux City Council.  The candidates answered questions about a wide range of topics including housing, parking and drawing young people to Sioux City.

We’ll hear more of the League of Women Voters city candidate forum on the Exchange.

Ode: Finding my family

Oct 4, 2017
Ally Karsyn

A 20-year-old college student has to make a life or death decision for her mom.

Today, I’m recommending Astoria: Astor and Jefferson’s Lost Pacific Empire, a Tale of Ambition and Survival on the Early American Frontier by Peter Stark.

In the tradition of The Lost City of Z and Skeletons in the ZaharaAstoria is the thrilling, true-adventure tale of the 1810 Astor Expedition, an epic, now forgotten, three-year journey to forge an American empire in the Pacific Northwest.

Today, I’m recommending a quirky work of domestic fiction called Spoonbenders by Daryl Gregory.

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