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Spring appears to be stubbing its toe a bit as it toddles into our area presenting us with a day of sun, then clouds, then snow which I am confident really wants to be rain. Our little garden is still wearing its winter pajamas — a clutter of leaves and stalks of long winter-dead plants.
Toys for Tots and Ugly Sweater contest
The Belle Fourche Arts Council recently announced the winners of its annual Plein Aire Art Event Sept. 20-22 at the Tri-State Museum and Visitor Center.
It's never too early for Christmas music when you're one of the Oak Ridge Boys.
The strength of South Dakota’s creative community comes from its diversity, weaving together threads from all cultures across our lands and celebrating through the arts our common connections. This is especially meaningful to consider as we celebrate Native American Day and the first people …
For a moment, "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" seems poised to turn into a wonderful take on "Father of the Bride" only with fangs and wings.
A Shakespeare adaptation without all that Shakespeare stuff, David Michôd's "The King" goes once more unto the breach only to come up short.
100 years of Zonta
Diamond Rio's concert that was scheduled for Oct. 27 has been postponed, according to a news release from Deadwood Mountain Grand.
The Goo Goo Dolls may have established a comfortable niche as a well-respected rock band with pop leanings reflected by the 12 million albums they’ve sold worldwide and much-loved hit singles like “Iris,” “Slide” and “Name.” But as far as founding member/lead vocalist John Rzeznick is concer…