Deep Sea Fishing with Artist Steve Bormes

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Ice fishing, Turkish yogurt churns and retrofitting swag lamps might seem like an odd inspiration for a major art installation, but nothing is too far off the map when Sioux Falls artist Steve Bormes finds his groove.

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Reflections on the Dignity Dedication

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SDPB's Charles Michael Ray attended the dedication of the Dignity Sculpture near Chamberlain this past weekend. He shares his thoughts here.

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See Bryan Akipa's Performance at the Lighting Ceremony for "Dignity of Earth and Sky"

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The Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate-raised artist provided the perfect soundtrack for the lighting of the monument.

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The Lakota Film Festival

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A full day of movies and films showcasing Lakota stories and filmmakers.

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In His Own Words: Dale Lamphere on "Dignity"

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South Dakota state artist laureate Dale Lamphere sat down with us a few months ago to talk about his work, including his new statue, Dignity.

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...what i did on my summer vacation.

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Do you remember writing a paper in school about your summer vacation? So do we! September's episode of Dakota Life takes a look at some unique summertime activities as well as places to stop by and say hi. Do YOU have a summertime experience that you want to share with us? Tell us abut it on our blog.

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The Best of Jazzfest 2016

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Each summer, tens of thousands of people from all over the upper-Midwest converge on Yankton Trail Park in Sioux Falls for a 3-day celebration of music.

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Like Hunting, but not Killing Anything: A Conversation with Photographer Erica Lane Harvey

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The photographer's Badlands series is on display at Sioux Falls' Eastbank Art Gallery.

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605 God: What if Drake was from Toronto, South Dakota?

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Would his moody music make as much or more sense in the hazy Glacial Lakes as in "the 6"?

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Northern Plains Indian Art Market Returns to Sioux Falls

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The 29th annual NPIAM brings world-class American Indian art to Sioux Falls Sept. 15-18.

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Recent Study Ranks The Top-10 "Happiest" Cities In South Dakota

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According to a recent study by Credit Donkey, which looks at crime rate, average commute time, income, divorce rate, housing, restaurants, and amenities, here are the top-10 "happiest" cities in the state of South Dakota. All of the data used in this study is courtesy of the US Census Bureau.

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Red Cloud Indian Art Show

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Whether you're traveling South Dakota on a hawg, in a solar-powered car or an RV, you still have a chance to check out this year's Red Cloud Indian Art Show at the The Heritage Center at Red Cloud Indian School. SDPB recently spoke with curator Ashley Pourier and featured artist Leroy Janis.

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Adrian Primeaux Brings the Grass Dance to the World, the Future, Home

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Primeaux brings the grass dance to an international audience in A Tribe Called Red's video for "Stadium Pow Wow." SDPB spoke with him about traditions and innovations in Native dance.

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Raptors Caught on Barbed-Wire Fences: Why We Look

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As Tragic Works of Art, Do They Connect Us to Our Origins?

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From Lagos to Lemmon

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Sculptor John Lopez teams up with Nigerian artists Dotun Popoola and Jonathan Imafidor to create Boss Cowman Square in downtown Lemmon.

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