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Forty local artists will line Seventh Street to display their works in a festival-like atmosphere for the First Annual Art Affair.

 

Food For Thought - 8-03 JD Welander

Aug 3, 2018

We usually focus on the EATING food on FD4T but that's only half the story. Dr. JD Welander from Midlands Clinic joins Adrian today. Dr. Welander talks about digestion and digestive issues, fiber, colons, bowels, irritable and otherwise all that and a lot more on this edition of Food For Thought.

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The Native African Christian Fellowship started small with just a few families gathering at someone’s house. Eventually, they found a home for their fellowship at the First United Methodist Church in Sioux City. And now they’re sharing their culture with the community at the Fourth Annual African Night.

Cultural Continuum 8-03-18

Aug 3, 2018

County fairs in Iowa and Nebraska, Second City moves from Lake Michigan to Spirit Lake and Saturday Afternoon is African Night

  The Exchange 080118. 

Coming up next on The Exchange, President Donald Trump has put tariffs on commodities like corn, soybeans and steel, to help even out America’s trade deficit with China.  However, Iowa farmers are already feeling the pain with lower prices and fears for the future.

Also, the sounds of the upcoming African Night.

And another Small Wonder with Jim Schaap.  That and more coming up on The Exchange, but first, this news.

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

Mix Tape Dance Party: Letterman Part 1 7/30/18

Jul 31, 2018
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For a special, two-part Mix Tape Dance Party, we'll be examining the musical legacy of David Letterman's late night TV shows. This week, we'll be hearing artists ranging from Bruce Sprinsteen, Nirvana and R.E.M.

Check It Out: The Great Alone by Krisitn Hannah

Jul 31, 2018

This is Barb Gross with the Sioux City Public Library and you’re listening to Check it Out.

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It's a stretch to think of Robin Hood on the Great Plains. Dakota warriors could do magic tricks with a bow and arrow, but somehow the hero of the Sherwood Forest would be a foreigner in a landscape without trees. The plains just ain't the place for Robin Hood.

But let’s try. Think of him emerging, angel-like, from a broad field of 12-foot hybrid corn in yet another Field of Dreams. Suddenly, there he is in green leotards. Friar Tuck is with him, and Little John, and his entire merry band.

Ten O'Clock Blues 7.28.18

Jul 30, 2018

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