The ND Yoga Conference ~ Dakota Skipper Butterfly ~ News Chat with Dave ~ Matt Reviews: "No Time to Die"Friday, October 15, 2021 - Ever told yourself or your kid to take a deep breath?….It helps us relax when we’re angry, sad, or panicking. Yoga is all about breathing and mindful movement. Ashley visits with yoga teachers Allison Rissel, Sigrid Strebe, and Bonny Fetch, who make the North Dakota Yoga Conference happen. ~~~ Chuck Lura shares a Natural North Dakota essay. ~~~ News director Dave Thompson is here for his weekly news chat. ~~~ Matt Olien reviews the new Bond film, “No Time to Die.”
Thursday, October 14, 2021 - Bringing art to unexpected places is a passion of artist Nicole Gagner, the founder of Meadowlark Mercantile. She got a grant from the North Dakota Council on the Arts to use old snack vending machines for art vending. Gagner partnered with Justin Cancilliere, the executive director of the BisMan Writers Guild to put homemade ‘zines in one of those machines. ~~~ Tom Isern shares a Plains Folk essay called “Searchlight for Cowboy Ballads.” ~~~ Anton Treuer is known for, among other things, writing "Everything you Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask." Recently he appeared in a webinar as part HumanitiesND’s Gamechanger series. We share an excerpt as he visits with Russ McDonald, President of United Tribes Technical College. ~~~ Sue Balcom discusses garlic in today’s episode of Main Street Eats.
North Dakota's death toll is now 1,662.
Tim O'Keeffe says the process of getting the images to their rightful owners may take months.
Today's test positivity rate is 7.31 percent.
Pipeline to bring Bakken natural gas to the Red River Valley one of the proposals for ARPA federal moneyThe project would be a "public-private" partnership, with a dollar-for-dollar match requirement.
Lawmakers will meet starting Nov. 8th for redistricting and spending ARPA money.
News from NPR
- A Capitol Police officer is accused of telling a Jan. 6 suspect to hide evidence
- Anthology 'The Matter of Black Lives' reflects on America's past to guide its future
- Katie Couric's ethics are questioned for concealing Justice Ginsburg's comments
- How insights from 2020's election officials could help safeguard future elections
- 'We belong here, we have always been here': A conversation on the Latinx identity
Today's Dakota Datebook
In October of 1928, a new student organization emerged at the University of North Dakota. It was announced in UND's student newspaper, the Dakota Student, which reported: “'Tribe of the Sioux' is to be a new rooting organization, composed of 100 men students who will be placed in a reserved section in the first five rows of section E. Memorial Stadium."