Political Junkies, Dr. Robert Wright, New play: "All My Sons"
Dakota Midday - 02/22/2012
Host, Cara Hetland, is in Sioux Falls and talks with SDPB's Jackelyn Severin about legislative updates.
Augustana College Thought Leader Forum speaker Dr. Robert Wright discusses "How Low Will We Go? Long-term Perspectives on a Flailing Economy." Wright is the Nef Family chair of Political Economy at Augustana and director of the Thomas Willing Institute.
Seth Tupper, Mitchell Daily Republic Editor, and David Montgomery, Rapid City Journal reporter, are this week's Political Junkies. Representative Noem was in Pierre yesterday for a question and answer session, the Army Corps of Engineers held a flood preparedness seminar, the HB 1234 petition is gaining signatures and more.
Michael Pangburn is the Director of the new play "All My Sons" which will show at the Grand Opera House February 24-26. Barry LeBeau plays the lead role of Joe Keller for this Pierre Players' production. "All My Sons" tells the story of Joe Keller, a captain of industry during World War II, whose business partner was imprisoned some years before the play starts for selling faulty parts to an airplane manufacturer, which led to the death of American soldiers. The performance starts at 7:30pm with a Sunday matinee at 2pm.
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