By Michael Todd Photos Submitted Among four other headliners — the presence-driven catharsis of Cloud Cult, the all-out dance party of Later Babes, the heart-filled feminism of Caroline Smith, and the blood-vessel-breaking rock of The Kickback —  this year’s 605 Summer...
By Leah Vanden Bosch Eagle's Ride Photos by Bonny Fleming of Asio Studio Double HP Photos by 605 Staff Horses and their graceful presence are commonly associated with sport and riding, but now, more and more people are paying attention to their...
By Jordan Smith With the weather warming up, getting outside is on everyone’s mind. It can be hard to find a good place to exercise, but once you’ve found one, you’re halfway there. Good Earth State Park at Blood Run...
By Ellie Livingston Photo by Eric Sandbulte, Brookings Register “Through the arts, children are presented with huge amounts of new information that they process and use to participate in activities they enjoy. Through the arts, children develop creative skills, which carry them...
By Leah Vanden Bosch With a competitive petroleum sales market and convenience stores on seemingly every corner, third generation owner and president of Howes Oil, Andy Howes, wanted to create innovation within his family's business. Howes Oil is a petroleum...
By Kinsey Gustafson Nestled into a corner on the edge of downtown Rapid City sits a garage. Not just any garage. The Garage. What was once an auto repair shop in a historical building is now a collaborative workspace where...
By Denise DePaolo Images by Bonny Fleming of Asio Studio Time is short for poverty on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. That is, if Nick Tilsen has his way. Tilsen is a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe. He grew up on...
The concept will be familiar to many who are active on social media. Humans of Sioux Falls is modeled after the popular Humans of New York, a slice of life Facebook page dedicated to restoring some of the humanity...
Photos by B. Photography Hair and Makeup by Belle Touche Salon & Spa Clothing by L Couture Boutique  Every year, 605 Magazine asks readers to nominate someone they believe is deserving of a day of pampering. Keep reading to learn about the two...
By Jordan Smith The Washington Pavilion is beginning a new year with fresh leadership in its Visual Arts Center. Kara Dirkson took the helm of the VAC in late 2014, and now spends her days completing varied tasks, like meeting...

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