2018 One Book South Dakota author Thomas Patterson will return to South Dakota this month to discuss his book "Informing the News: The Need for Knowledge-Based Journalism."
It is hard to imagine losing the editorial checks and balances that protect our First Amendment rights, our freedom of information.
What can be done to once again place American journalism on solid ground? Thomas Patterson's "Informing the News" explores potential solutions.
This fall, Kara LaReau will address thousands of elementary students. Some of those young faces will light up with recognition as they follow along; other listeners will drift into daydreams.
In 2018, the South Dakota Humanities Council and its partners will explore the rapidly-changing media environment and its impact on democracy.
The South Dakota Humanities Council seeks qualified speakers and reading discussion group leaders to deliver humanities programming in 2018.
From informative non-fiction to gripping mystery novels, the One Book S.D. has spanned all genres and interests.
Stradal's hit debut novel features Eva Thorvald who grows up in the Midwest and later finds fame and fortune as a traveling chef. Her cuisine is second to none.
The “foodie” heroine of the 2017 One Book journeys the Midwest leaving satisfied diners in her wake. The creator of her character will soon be doing the same.
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