Former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel discusses the 40th Anniversary of the Pentagon Papers. He talks about the legal battle that led Daniel Ellsberg to give them to Senator Gravel, who would enter them into the Congressional record.
Mary Kopco is the director of the Adams Museum and House. She talks about tomorrow's grand opening celebration of the Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center. It is a multi-faceted facility featuring the finest collection of Black Hills Historical documents in the world.
Also, starting tonight the Prairie Repertory Theatre is staging "Arsenic and Old lace" in Brookings. Managing Director and Director of production JD Ackman and actor Wes Haskell, who plays Mortimer, share their insights about the production.
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