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. That was 25 years ago…still no scooter.
Breadico Coming to Southside Sioux Falls
Breadico is expanding their business which is good news for Sioux Falls bread fiends.
Helpline Center Volunteer Openings for Basketball Lovers
Basketball fans, these volunteer openings are right in your court!
Opportunity Career Expo, Connecting Employers and Job Seekers
This event's mission is to eliminate barriers between employers and potential employees with disabilities.
KFC Crocs Are Scented Chickenwear for Your Feet
Will you be wearing fried chicken shoes this year?
Sioux Falls for Better or Worse One of Hardest Working U.S. Cities
Yes, Sioux Falls works hard, but is that always a good thing?
Flyboy and Stensland, Two Great Tastes that Taste Great Together
Ice cream, donuts, and coffee. Oh my!
EmBe’s Tribute to Women Award Nomination Deadline Coming Soon
Nominate an inspiring woman in your life for the EmBe Tribute to Women Awards.
The World Has Been Waiting for a Fruitcake Movie, Right?
Okay, it's not really about the fruitcake. But maybe it should be.
Finally, It’s Girl Scout Cookie Time Again
Delicious cookies for you in the box, outside the box--amazing experiences for local girls!
Find Your Volunteer Calling Through The Helpline Center
Making kids' wishes come true, helping at a basketball tournament and learning about all things water-related, are just a few of the ways volunteering will make a difference in Sioux Falls.