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Living In The Edge

A 1960's building has been given a complete face-lift and is now The Edge on Main in the charming All Saints Neighborhood in Sioux Falls. "I would say the building has a bit of a mid-century feel, and that translates a bit...

Yoga For The Sol

Yoga has been the popular go-to for mindfulness and exercise for years, but has recently taken a turn for the unconventional. For Karen Buxcel, owner of Sōl Yoga Collective, this change was the next logical step in her practice; a practice...
Keystone, Sturgis, Terry Peak, Spearfish Canyon. These aren't pins on a map - they're scents celebrating the unique beauty of the Black Hills in a new collections of candles from Pine-Clad Candle Co. From the sage and sweet grass of Bison Prairie to...
When Jenna and Richard Watkins built their 2,400 square foot ranch in Rockerville, the style they had in mind was modern farmhouse. “I think it became less modern and turned completely farmhouse,” laughed Jenna. The couple, who both work for the...
When Oksana and Vitaly Silchuk moved into their 2,207-square-foot ranch-style home in Sioux Falls, it was 2008 and they were newlyweds. “ was getting foreclosed on, so we snatched it and just saw potential in it,” said Oksana. “That’s how...
Step back into 1885 in the historic home of South Dakota’s first governor, Arthur Calvin Mellette, and former first lady, Margaret Wylie Mellette, on Prospect Hill in Watertown. The couple, who had four boys, built the Italianate-style home when...
Fashion trends can come and go as soon as you purchase them. That's not the case for this upcoming season. This Fall, prepare yourself for returning trends, like layering, coats, colors, and patterns. But with a 2018 upgrade. TH GREY ZANDBROZ...

At Home: Cale Feller

Cale Feller has lived in The Crane Centre in downtown Sioux Falls for five years, and moved into his current two bedroom three years ago for more space and a better view of 8th & Railroad. “I’ve always loved the...
When Bill Barber began construction on a historic school building just outside of downtown Rapid City, he knew the project was more than just a unique remodel. It was an opportunity to breathe new life into a community. Originally constructed in...

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