Main Street Weekend, September 22nd
Sunday, September 22, 2019 – We reprise our visit with anthropology professor Rinita Dalan, who talks about the use of ground penetrating radar to study an ancient native American settlement that has been designated a World Heritage Site. ~~~ Nebraska law school professor Richard Duncan is a staunch defender of the electoral college as the means to select our presidents. ~~~ Tom Isern will share a Plains Folk essay about the nature and scope of history. ~~~ From NPR’s Morning Edition, a conversation with Washington Post writer Christopher Ingraham about his decision to move his family to Red Lake County, Minnesota, after calling it the worst place to live in the US.