Garie Lewis

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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. 

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Coming up next on The Exchange, we hear from the three candidates to fill the remainders of a retiring member’s seat on the Sioux City School Board. They will present their proposals to the school board at its meeting next Monday.  One of them is former school board member John Meyers.

Also, we talk with the author of a new book that tells the story of an enslaved woman who ran away from President George Washington and was never caught.

And a look at the events you can expect at this year’s Rivercade Celebration.  That’s coming up, after this news.

Lamb Arts Regional Theatre presents the world premiere of “Monster Makers,” running September 25 to October 18. Based on real events, Stephen Dolginoff’s new musical brings the magic of film to the stage with three tales of famous monster movies. The stories are told 'through the lens' of each film's original appearance - moving from the sepia-toned silent films, early Hollywood black and white, and finally the technicolor tones of the 1970's Hammer horror films. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m., Thursdays through Saturdays.