Main Street … Upcoming shows

Monday, May 30 – On this Memorial Day, we start with a conversation with historian and author Dr. David Mills, first aired in May of last year. Mills wrote “Cold War in a Cold Land: Fighting Communism on the Northern Plains.” We’re also joined by his former advisor Dr. Tom Isern, distinguished professor of history at NDSU. ~~~ Nate DiMeo has an essay from “The Memory Palace” called “Dig Set Spike” where a volleyball game takes place in an unusual setting, a prisoner or war camp. ~~~ Adam Grimm works for the US Navy as a musician. We learn about Country Current, one of seven ensembles of the US Navy. ~~~ Davia Nelson & Nikki Silva are the Peabody-award winning producers behind Kitchen Sisters Productions, an effort to build community through storytelling. They host “Fugitive Waves,” and today they introduce us to Stubb Stubblefield, the Archangel of BBQ.

Tuesday, May 31 – Were you busy in the garden over the Memorial Day weekend? Do you have some questions? Former NDSU Extension horticulturist Ron Smith is here to take your calls and e-mails live.

Wednesday, June 1 – Sleepy Hollow Summer Theatre is hopping, and they’re taking the show on the road, touring The Music of Kander and Ebb to Hazen, Watford City, Williston, and Dickinson. (John Kander and Fred Ebb were a legendary Oscar, Emmy, Tony and Grammy-award winning songwriting team.) Other events this summer include movie showings, the midsummer evening festival, Beauty and the Beast, Cabaret, Children’s Tea, and gourmet feasts. Here with a preview is artistic director Job Christenson. ~~~ We learn about this year’s Teacher Training Institute from Tim Wollenzien, education services manager at Prairie Public. This year’s institute is titled “Integrate, Innovate, Motivate 2016: Creative Tech for Teaching.” Also joining us is John Sessler, the manager of program engagement for PBS Learning Media.

Thursday, June 2 – Todd Sando is soon retiring as the North Dakota State Engineer. He reflects on his career in this excerpt from tomorrow’s Prairie Pulse television show as he visits with host John Harris. ~~~ Chef Tim Rosendahl is here with this week’s food topic. ~~~ Doug and Ashley have our What’s Happening calendar of events.

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