Marketing agency Fresh Produce is inviting the public to shop small - really small - this holiday season. For the fifth year, the business is hosting Kiosk Thursday in its downtown Sioux Falls office. Fresh Produce’s Ted Heeren and...
Kirsten Gjesdal has always loved food. That passion led her to open The Carrot Seed Kitchen Co. in 2015. Through her  inventory, cooking classes, and conversations with customers, she is making Brookings a more delicious place to live. First, what...

Friends Forever

To those of us that have siblings, nothing evokes clearer childhood memories than those that involve our brothers and sisters. The fun we had. The fights we had. The trouble that “found us.” We are who we are today,...
For many, it’s the sound of childhood. The repetitive, upbeat melodies of arcade games on auto, layered one upon another in a siren song that beckons, “Give us your quarters. Give us all the quarters.” And when we put...
There’s an old adage that goes, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” As adults, it’s easy to forget the wonders of childhood. Between work and countless other responsibilities, the idea...
By Natalie Slieter Dakotas’ Equality Summit is not just for the LGBT community; it’s also for allies. Leslie Jordan is the featured speaker for the Sioux Falls event that will be held September 9-10 at the downtown Holiday Inn. He’s an...
Imagine waking up unaided by an alarm clock, rolling out of bed, and beginning your workday while lounging, hair askew. Working from home takes many shapes. The pajama-clad putterer is almost never the reality. Instead, working remotely is an...
Baron Wolfgang has worked with interiors in Sioux Falls for more than a decade. Known for an artistic sensibility, a penchant for joy, and unerring good taste, this local luminary of design sat down at Sioux Falls delicatessen M.B....
By Leah Vanden Bosch Submitted Images Summers are best spent traveling, and with its eclectic collection of galleries, artifacts, and exhibits, the South Dakota Cultural Heritage Center will allow visitors to travel through time. Tucked into a bluff just north of...
By Denise DePaolo Submitted Images When Brother Ali last took the 605 Summer Classic stage in 2013, things didn’t go as planned. A huge crowd clamored to see the Minneapolis-based hip hop artist, and he was ready to give it his...

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