I was born in Montana and lived in a beautiful place where so many things were lush and green, that they nicknamed it “the Emerald City.” The colors there were brighter, the people shorter, the snow on the poppies - whiter. But everything wasn’t easy growing up. You never knew when some evil witch would wiz by and try to steal the ruby slippers right off your feet. Flying monkeys could drop-in when you least expected them, barging in when you were showering or re-stuffing your scarecrow! My first job was singing with ‘Lollipop Guild.' I tired of lederhosen pretty quickly and moved on to theatre, which is where Ben found me working as one of the foul-mouthed talking puppets in “Avenue Q”. He promised me baked goods and my own Vespa scooter, if I’d come to work with him and that was almost 24 years ago…still no scooter.
Siouxland Libraries Celebrate National Pet Month. Catch Your Pet ‘Reading’
Catch your pet "reading" and they could become a library star, plus you can help out the Sioux Falls Humane Society too!
Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons ‘BIG’ STEM Event This Weekend
Girl Scouts are about so much more than cookies. This is the weekend of their BIG Event and your family will love it!
Breadsmith Opening New Eastside Location This Summer
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Sioux Falls ‘First Lady’ Sylvia Henkin Dies at 96
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Pink in the City Expo Supports Breast Cancer Research and Care
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Ciao Bella! The Road Ends for My Remarkable Dog
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Sioux Falls Art and Wine Walk Marry Two of Life’s Best Creations
This is the perfect opportunity for a night out with friends!
I’ll See You in My Dreams. Is Your Brain Waking You Up At Night?
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Scrapbooking and the Art of ‘The Guilt’
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Sioux Falls Axe Throwing and Beer. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
I can't help it, whenever I hear the term "axe-throwing", my brain always conjures up a hiarious old Tonight Show episode.