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Wednesday, May 27 – Merrill Piepkorn and Lauren Donovan join us to discuss the North Dakota Barn Project, a multi media collaboration inspired by barn dances. ~~~ The Minneapolis Federal Reserve held a two-day conference in Dickinson last week featuring academics and research concerning the economic impact of the Bakken. Here to tell us more about it is the organizer, Rob Grunewald, an economist with the Federal Reserve.
Thursday, May 28 – The MSUM Read Aloud Awards have been announced. More than 21,000 regional children weighed in on the selections. The award acknowledges the best books when read out loud. Librarian Pam Werre tells us all about it. ~~~ The State Historical Society of North Dakota is seeking nominations for this year’s local history awards. Here with the details is outreach coordinator Danielle Stuckle. ~~~ Chef Tim Rosendahl stops by with this week’s food topic. ~~~ Doug and Bill have our What’s Happening calendar of events.
Friday, May 29 – Giulia Enders is researching for her medial doctorate at the Institute for Microbiology in Frankfurt, work that led to her book titled “GUT: The Inside Story of Our Body’s Most Underrated Organ.” It’s the story of how our intestines are at the core of who we are. ~~~ Bruce Berg comments on a PBS Friday night favorite in his essay “Easy on the Ears.” ~~~ Matt Olien has this week’s movie review: “Far From the Madding Crowd.”
Monday, June 1 – Our Monthly look at recent headlines as news director Dave Thompson and special guests join us for our Editors’ Roundtable.