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Thursday, May 5 – The summer movies are almost upon us! Here with a preview are Matt Olien, Brittney Goodman and Tony Tilton. ~~~ Chef Tim Rosendahl of Rosey’s Bistro has this week’s food topic, water! ~~~ Doug and Ashley have our What’s Happening calendar of events.
Wednesday, May 4 – MeiLi Smith as produced a documentary called “Faded.” It features real life struggles and testimony from residents of Grand Forks and the surrounding area, and it will screen as part of an upcoming free community forum called “Deadly dose, the Realities of Fentanyl and Drug Overdose in Our Community.” ~~~ Children’s author Crystal Vaagen is John Harris’s guest in this excerpt from the Prairie Pulse television show. ~~~ Loren Yellow Bird discusses his work at the Fort Union Trading Post for the National Park Service and also his role as cultural consultant for The Revenant, starring Leonardo DiCaprio. He’ll also be speaking on those topics tomorrow at NDSU.
Tuesday, May 3 – Anastasia Higginbotham is the author and illustrator of “Death is Stupid,” a forthright exploration of grief and mourning for children, part of her Ordinary Terrible Things series of books. She visits with Ashley Thornberg in an interview recorded on-location during a book signing event at Zandbroz Variety. ~~~ Ashley also visits with Fargo native Jennifer Baumgardner, the executive director and publisher of The Feminist Press. ~~~ Alex Roth tells us about the “Family Startup Weekend” coming to Bismarck. ~~~ The debate about whether or not humans are warming the planet is essentially over – ninety-seven percent of climate scientists agree that we are. But the debate over tactics on how to reduce our carbon emissions is just starting to heat up. For Inside Energy, Amy Martin explains.
Monday, May 2 – Former NDSU Extension horticulturist Ron Smith is here live to take your calls, e-mails and online messages. ~~~ Federal rules regarding school lunch nutrition are currently up for debate. We have a report from Grant Gerlock of Harvest Public Media.
Friday April 29 – Our monthly editors roundtable with news director Dave Thompson and special guests: Steve Wagner, news editor of the Grand Forks Herald, and Amy Dalrymple, Forum News Service reporter based in Williston. ~~~ Matt Olien reviews “Everybody Wants Some.”