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Content by Liv Hospitality. Whether you want to experience the breathtaking outdoors of Black Hills like a true local or find the lesser known treats and eats in the area, these hidden gems are right up your alley.

Rufus the blind two-year-old Kangaroo lives on a farm in Piedmont. His owner Alan Harper wanted to get a painting of Rufus for his wife for Christmas, in steps the Suzie Cappa Art Center. Alan decided to go to the Suzi Cappa for the commissioning of a painting. Five different paintings were …

We know, we know. You've been losing good sleep over what music to play while enjoying the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21. Or maybe not. Anyway, you're awake now, right? So you might as well bop to our rockin,' swingin' playlist as you wait for totality. By Valerie Schremp Hahn 

Students cut out paper fins and attached them to their snow-cone cup rockets. A boy taped one side of a paper triangle over a hole he cut out to catch air, which he hoped would send the rocket farther than last time. A girl beside him cut several holes in her rocket. Second-graders from Glenrock’s Grant Elementary School compared strategies for paper rockets and took turns launching them recently at the Science Zone’s latest exhibition.

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