Ten O'Clock Blues 9.22.18

Sep 23, 2018

The Voice semi-finalist, Nakia opens the show, plus J.D. McPherson has problems opening up, and The Reverend Shawn Amos takes us on a tour through Hollywood in his trusty Rambler.

Food For Thought - 9-21 Katie Roberts

Sep 21, 2018

Siouxland Habitat for Humanity's Katie Roberts gives us all of the Baconfest information she has this time on Food For Thought. The 5th Annual Baconfest is set to go next Saturday the 29th at The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino's Battery Park.  She also talks about Habitat for Humanity and something called "sweat equity".

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Cultural Continuum 9-21-18

Sep 21, 2018

Park(ing) Day returns Downtown, some theater, some chamber music, some Motown and Nature Calls at the Convention Center

The Exchange 091918

Coming up this week on The Exchange, we talk with Sioux City fourth district Democratic Congressional Candidate JD Scholten about his campaign and a new poll that shows him gaining on the incumbent Steve King.

Also, we talk with the author of a new mystery based in Okoboji and get a preview of Riverssance. 



Sioux City Art Center

In Julie Blackmon's Crystal Ball, the uncanny representation or reality reveals deep truths about parenthood. The Sioux City Art Center's Todd Behrens takes us into this photograph where expectations become a medium for building understanding.   

Join us every Wednesday morning as we explore the collection of the Sioux City Art Center.

Produced by Jorge Quezada

Ten O'Clock Blues 9.15.18

Sep 18, 2018
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Seems easy enough, simple and true: once you're free, that’s it--no going back. Free at last. Makes sense.

Well, not so. In the case of more than one slave and former slave, being free for a time, or having been free for months or even years, was not a ticket to ride because by law in these United States it was altogether possible and perfectly legal for a free man or woman to be returned to an owner and thus chained up once more, improbable as that may seem.

Mix Tape Dance Party: End of Summer Show 09/17/18

Sep 18, 2018
Time Magazine

On this week's MTDP, we'll say goodbye to summer with new tunes from Courtney Barnett, The Wrecks and Trish Toledo, along with an all-time classic from Debbie Harry and Blondie.

Support for Check It Out comes from Avery Brothers.

Ten O'Clock Blues 9.08.18

Sep 14, 2018

50 years ago the Rolling Stones started playing music by old guys from Chicago, now the Chicago guys return the favor on Chicago Plays the Stones. Also hear the James Hunter Six, Samantha Fish's sister, Amanda Fish and Boz Scaggs.