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Food For Thought - 7-27 Matt Hubert, Brioux City

Jul 27, 2018

Brioux City is a fairly new brewery in Sioux City, located adjacent to a fairly old bar.  Marty's Tap now offers four of Brioux City's offerings at any given time. Current selections include a Jalepeno Pineapple IPA, the Peanut Buddha Stout, the D.A.D. Cream Ale and a Lemon Haze. Also the 1st Annual Sioux City BriouxFest is on the horizen with lots of great local music on...err....on tap.

Opus 7-27-18 March Dances

Jul 27, 2018

Cultural Continuum 7-27-18

Jul 27, 2018
Sioux City Journal

Ode at the Marquee, a bunch of nature stuff and Vangarde Arts is hopping!

County Fairs, Live Music, Ode, Sweetcorn, Greek Fest and TURTLES!!!!

Welcome to the Exchange on Siouxland Public Media, I’m Mary Hartnett. Protests against the XL pipeline have become common in the Dakotas and Nebraska.  Those concerned about the environment fear contamination and pollution, and others are disturbed by the use of eminent domain to lay the pipeline. For Art and Helen  Tanderup it was both.  And their concerns lead to them do something extraordinary: the couple gave the area designated for the pipeline to the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska.

Ten O'Clock Blues 7.21.18

Jul 25, 2018

New music from Shemekia Copeland, SITP headliner, Boz Scaggs and Buddy Guy all on the show this week. Plus Texas blues from Austin's The Peacemakers and some vintage Delbert McClinton.  

Jim Schaap
Ally Karsyn


The night Martin Luther King was shot, four of us—small-town, small-college, white boys—were following the Gulf’s eastern shore on an all-night trek from south Florida to New Orleans. It was spring break, 1968—50 years ago.

Alexis:  Technology....for better or for worse is here to stay...giving us instant access to answers and beyond what is in our textbooks.  It is entertaining and interactive and we seem to be born knowing how to use it.

Jami:    We like using technology, plain and simple.  It allows us to go beyond what we thought was ever possible.

Alexis:  Personalized instruction sounds great on paper, but the reality of large classrooms and limited resources is what students are often faced with.

Check It Out: The Power by Naomi Alderman

Jul 24, 2018

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

Mary Hartnett

Welcome to The Exchange, on Siouxland Public Media, I’m Mary Hartnett.  Most kids these days can often be found glued to a phone or an Ipad, watching their favorite shows, playing games, and connecting on Facebook or other social media.  Parents use safety settings and other controls, yet it is still hard to make sure kids are safe when they are online.   “Parent Alert: How to Keep Your Kids Safe Online,” by Will Geddes and Nadia Sawahla gives parents some simple strategies that can keep you informed about your kids' activities online.  Geddes says he wanted to cut through the endless inf

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